ABOUT

MIND 2 MOVEMENT

WHAT WE DO​

At the Mind 2 Movement Institute (M2M), we raise awareness about the importance of mental and movement (biomechanical) health within the context of emotional, cognitive, and physical pain and suffering.

 

To this end, we provide continuing education seminars, courses, and events to all medical practitioners who want to alleviate pain and suffering, including doctors, chiropractors and physical therapists, and everyone in between.

 

We recognize that within the medical community so far, mind and body have not been successfully integrated when addressing chronic pain. To address this, we created the Edutreatment model, a structured program based on research and data from multiple different fields, including biomechanics, medicine, neuroscience, and psychology. This allows M2M to bring the mind to movement and address the physical as well as the mental roots of chronic pain and suffering.


OUR MISSION

To alleviate pain and suffering in the world through the powers of mindfulness and optimal movement based on sound biomechanical principles, which are the basis of our Edutreatment model.

WHY MIND 2 MOVEMENT?​

Chronic pain is a disease of the mind as well as the body. Within the medical community so far, mind and body have been dealt with separately, and no one has been able to integrate them successfully.

DR. SKULPAN ASAVASOPON

MPT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT

Founder of Mind 2 Movement Institute (M2M)​

THE FOUNDER​

Skulpan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Director of the Movement and Cognition Neuromechanics Research Laboratory at Loma Linda University (LLU).

 

He utilizes biomechanical and brain and body imaging methods to study the central and peripheral mechanisms of pain chronification. He also holds an appointment as an Associate Professor of Research in the Department of Neurosurgery at the LLU School of Medicine and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Research Clinical Faculty in the Department of Biokinesiology & Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California.

A new approach to managing pain and eliminating suffering

PAIN EDUTREATMENT

Achieving healthier minds and movement.


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