Sam's Latest Book!
Relief from chronic pain with yoga is possible. In this book, yoga therapist Samantha Parker explains how traditional poses can be modified and gives readers keen insights into what is physically happening to the body while practicing yoga. She also dives deep into what is actually causing your chronic pain, so you can combat it at its true source!
Parker takes away the mystery and presents the practical side of yoga, so you can come away from a yoga session and implement what you did on your yoga mat that day for the rest of your day, week, and possibly life.
A presentation on how to create the skills needed for Paincare management in patients. The presentation covers Understand DoD/VA FRP Evolution & Purpose Identify the 5 Goals of an FRP Determine level of FRP intervention need based on current chronic pain science Know how to start a FRP with local […]Read More
Rehabilitation of Neuro-musculoskeletal Injuries within and Intensive Outpatient mTBI and Pain Rehabilitation Program: Outcome Success for Special Operators
The Movement Recovery Program (MRP) system is a time and ability based biopsychosocial treatment system. It consists of twelve 90 minute ADVANCED restorative group PT, Yoga, and Cognitive Restructuring sessions. The MRP uses a functional diagnostic and symptom based Neuroplastic-Graded Proprioceptive Stimulation (N-GPS) approach to reduce chronic pain related kinesiophobia, […]Read More
Outcome Success for Special Forces: Intensive Outpatient Chronic Pain Management Program for Rehabilitation of Neuro-musculoskeletal Injuries and mTBI
ABSTRACT Samantha Parker MS, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, CPT,(1), Jeff Frankart (2), PT, MAJ, USAR, SP US Army Health Clinic, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center; Defense Veterans Brain Injury Center, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Keywords: Yoga, Chronic Pain, Multidisciplinary, Alternative Medicine, Interdisciplinary care, TBI Click here to get a detailed PDF of […]Read More
The Interdisciplinary Pain Management Center is an innovative service that provides active duty service members only, who are suffering with pain by an outpatient team-based care which may include medication management, interventional pain interventions, health psychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, Yoga therapy, medical massage and mindfulness-based stress […]Read More