My guest today is Ryan Walsh. After graduating from Princeton University, Ryan became an analyst at a world-renowned hedge fund company and then a software engineer at high-tech web companies. In 2011, Ryan had a major soccer injury that led to a very painful and difficult recovery. He became crippled by knee pain, back pain, wrist pain,headaches and more.
His doctors prescribed various remedies but nothing seemed to work. He eventually discovered research by Dr. John Sarno, which taught him how to cure pain using only his mind. Being highly skeptical, Ryan set out to investigate how the mind could change how the body could heal and feel. Not only did his symptoms go away, he started becoming more productive and focused.
Through studying the mind/body interaction, Ryan became an expert and today helps clients learn to think differently in order to change how their bodies work (and feel) physically. Using lessons learned from positive psychology, neuroscience, motivation, and personal development, Ryan found ways to use what he studied and researched to help people become pain free and more productive. Ryan is a runner and currently lives in San Diego, California.
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