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MIGS Chronic Pain Video Activity – 195963







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Vera Egboka July 12, 2021

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Nemer Elbatnigi July 13, 2021

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Nancy Craig September 9, 2021

Bias : although the evidence presented showed a slight trend to mindfulness helping chronic pain, the presenter implied it was unrefutable strong evidence. Many of the bars crossed the line for confidence interval. I wouldn’t have described the evidence in such strong words.

Marie Lynn Lacasse September 12, 2021

Very insightful. I look forward to incorporating in my practice.

Colin Matheson September 12, 2021

Thank you for these great sessions.

Mandy MacIver September 17, 2021

Excellent. Thanks.

Mandy MacIver September 17, 2021

Excellent. Thanks.

Uzoamaka Okwuosa September 27, 2021

None

MHARUKH TAMBOLI October 14, 2021

none

Jodine Klippenstein October 15, 2021

None

Jodine Klippenstein October 15, 2021

None

Jodine Klippenstein October 29, 2021

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Atyeh Hamedani November 8, 2021

thanks for providing sample/example sentences to use, it’s so easy to incorporate this into practice when it’s presented in this practical fashion

dianne stackhouse February 16, 2022

none

Jay Mercer June 10, 2022

NA

William Garnet Warrian June 26, 2023

No


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