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Growing Pains and more are discussed on the 2nd podcast recording for International Pain Foundation’s #NERVEmber Awareness Month – hosted by Shane Shultz of the Arisen Strength Motivational Podcast. This episode discusses growing pains and 2 other chronic pain conditions: Ankylosing Spondylitis & Adhesive Arachnoiditis. Guests include Barby Ingel & Ken Taylor of the International Pain Foundation (iPain), Kendra Neilsen Myles of EDS Wellness and two other chronic pain guests. The Arisen Strength Motivational Podcast is supported by Speaking to the Heart Radio Network and can also be found on ZubiaLive.

I am grateful to Barby and iPain for welcoming me, again, to share my personal experiences associated with chronic pain, specifically about growing pains, while also continuing to raise awareness on hypermobility related disorders, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS), Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders (HSD) and related conditions. EDS Wellness is always happy and more than willing to collaborate and work with Barby and the International Pain Foundation. Similarly, I’ve shared before about how great of a resource Barby was (and still is) while I was preparing to launch EDS Wellness (officially). She’s remained a source of support for EDS Wellness as we continue to solidify our foundation, and grow and expand our mission and vision. Barby and the International Pain Foundation have fantastic resources that are pertinent and incredibly helpful for our community. To learn more about the International Pain Foundation, or to look through the resources that can be found on their website, go to

Last, EDS Wellness is working on a 2018 video webinar/podcast series covering several of the topics that were suggested in our recent survey, and a few more! An official announcement and details will be shared and posted soon; however, Barby is one of our confirmed speakers and will be our guest for the March 2018 webinar broadcast. Date: March 2nd, 2018 at 5pm EST. Instructions and details on how to register will be shared closer to the March 2018 event.