Do you:

  • Sense a gap between your present and desired states of health and well-being?
  • Experience reoccurring headaches, backaches or other pain?Have a spinal cord injury or care for someone who does?
  • Suffer from asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease or other chronic condition?
  • Work in the fields of medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy or complementary therapy?

Are You:

  • Interested in bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be – in your health, life and overall sense of well-being?
  • Ready and willing to make changes that will transform your health, yourself and your life?
  • Curious about integrative health practices that combine the best of conventional medicine and “alternative” therapies?
  • Seeking ways to further inspire and help patients overcome challenges in your role as physician or physical, occupational or complementary therapist?

If you answered “Yes!” to any of the above then you’re in the right place.

Dr. Scott Spann is currently working on a book that shares his incredible story of recovery from quadriplegia and guides others in creating a mind-body environment conducive to optimal health and well-being.

He, and colleagues Joanna Cain BSN RN and Tracy Carreon, have published a workbook, Maximize Your Minimums: A Workbook for Reaching Your Utmost Potential, that will teach you the tools of mind and spirit that Dr. Spann used to support his miraculous recovery.

As an orthopedic surgeon and the survivor of a spinal cord injury (SCI) who continues to cope with residual impairments and reoccurring pain, Dr. Spann understands first-hand the physical, mental and emotional challenges associated with debilitating and chronic conditions.

Did you know?

  • Over 125 million Americans suffer from some sort of “chronic condition”(an illness or pain lasting more than three months), including anything from cancer and arthritis to headaches and back pain.
  • Each year approximately 12,000 people experience a spinal cord injuryWith so many hurting, pain has become commonplace. Many who suffer may not consider themselves “sick” or “chronically” ill, but they do sense a gap between optimal health and their present state.

Whether you suffer from a debilitating injury, chronic illness or regular/episodic pain, Dr. Spann’s book will inspire your belief in your own greatest potential, empower you to make changes that count and guide you, step-by-step, through the process of transformative healing.

Read a summary of Dr. Scott Spann’s upcoming book.

Learn more about Maximize Your Minimums: A Workbook for Reaching Your Utmost Potential.

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