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13 Apr Crooked

Cathryn J Ramin's heavily researched look at the back pain industry, "Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting On the Road to Recovery", is painfully satisfying to read - especially for people who have struggled with back pain and the surgeons, pushers, and needle jockeys that profit from it. Ramin's book is framed by her personal journey to...

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21 Sep Surprise Charges for Surgery Article

I clicked on an article in the Times today about surprise charges for surgery.  I should not have been, but I was surprised to find that almost all of the charges mentioned were for back or neck surgeries for herniated discs.  The first person discussed had a surgery for herniated discs in his neck.  He had negotiated fees with his...

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04 Jun The Orwellian Award

Next week the Municipal Arts Society is going to give their annual Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis Medal to Bruce Ratner and MaryAnne Gilmartin. This award was created to honor Ms. Onasis' preservation efforts. Giving it to Bruce Ratner makes as little sense as giving President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize. The Historic Districts council feels the same way. “We claim no ownership...

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01 Apr The Message of Pain

As we work on Story of Pain, we struggle to figure out how best to make use of the flood of amazing and inspirational materials that we are assembling. First and foremost, we want to make a film that tells the story of Dr. John Sarno. This will form the backbone and the heart of the film. In the process of...

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