Dealing with chronic back pain can often be a frustrating process. While injections and surgery help many people, not everyone gets the same relief. For some, the discomfort can linger on for weeks, months or even longer. Luckily, recent neuroscience discoveries are providing a window into how neural pathways in the brain process and “remember” pain, leading to new approaches for relief.

Come hear internist Bradley Fanestil, MD, describe new research on neural pathways that offers hope to those suffering from this condition. He’ll then explain techniques that teach your brain how to “forget” pain.


Bradley Fanestil, MD, with Internal Medicine
Associates of Foothills


Tuesday, July 24, from 7 to 8 p.m.


Boulder Jewish Community Center, 6007 Oreg Avenue

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