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Episode 26 - One Thing with Jilly Bond

Season 3, Ep. 6

Join Jilly Bond as they discuss one thing they want people challenged by pain to know about.

 

In this podcast, we explore the challenges of living with chronic pain and how it can feel like there's no solution that works for everyone. Our guest, Jilly Bond, a pelvic pain therapist, shares some hopeful insights into managing chronic pain. She explains why there isn't just one treatment out there for everyone, and that persistent pain can change over time. Jilly shares simple strategies and interventions that can help alleviate pain, such as improving bowel habits, reducing caffeine intake, and incorporating movement and exercise. Jilly's expertise in pelvic pain adds a unique perspective to this conversation, as she shares overlooked causes and solutions for this type of pain. If you're living with chronic pain, this podcast offers practical tips and hope for managing your pain.

 

The transcript is available at onething.painsci.org.


Season Three of One Thing is powered by the Australian Pain Society.

 

For more information on One Thing check out onething.painsci.org or search for @OneThing_Pain on Twitter and Instagram.

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