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PAIN - The Musical, The First Ever Live Stream (Feb 26 Showing)

 PAIN - The Musical, The First Ever Live Stream (Feb 26 Showing)

PAIN - The Musical, The First Ever Live Stream (Feb 26 Showing)

Feb 26, 2024 - 19:00 (EST)
2 hours

Pain The Musical By Bahram Jam (APTEI)

 ...because people living with PAIN deserve a VOICE!

Hello, I'm Bahram Jam and I invite you to witness the unique, never-before-told story of PAIN and the human experience come to life through an immersive musical experience...ONLINE!

A Premier Reading

Sunday, February 25th, 3-5 pm (EST)
Monday, Feb 26th, 7-9 pm (EST)

SOLD OUT in person events at VideoCabaret Theatre in Toronto

...but NOW due to popular demand, it will be STREAMED through EMBODIA ACADEMY so you may experience it from your home!

For years I asked myself, hypothetically if PAIN could speak, what would it say? What advice would it have? Would people even listen? As a physiotherapist for over 30 years, I combined my passion for patient care with my love of musical theatre to give PAIN and those affected by it, a VOICE.

I truly wish that this production will not only help inspire and positively change the lives of those currently living with pain but will ideally prevent the development of chronic pain in the first place.

Join me for a one-of-a-kind theatrical production that may forever change the way we experience PAIN!

There are two options to join the live stream of PAIN - The Musical:

  1. Sunday, February 25th, 3-5 pm (EST). Click HERE to register!
  2. Monday, February 26th, 7-9 pm (EST). Register on this page


Registration rates (in CAD):

  • Regular registration: $25
  • Early-bird rate! (Ends February 22nd): $15
The instructors
Bahram Jam (he/him)

Bahram is a physiotherapist and founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI). He's taught 1000+ continuing education courses to healthcare professionals across Canada & internationally.

He has instructed over one thousand post-graduate orthopaedic and pain science courses and has been a guest presenter at several physiotherapy and medical conferences across Canada and internationally.

His primary clinical approach is to identify relevant functional impairments and determine the best self-management strategy to maximize patient independence.

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