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The Take a Pain Check (TAPC) podcast is founded and hosted by Natasha Trehan. This podcast engages in conversations about relationships, school, advocacy and much more about living with chronic illness. The host brings her life experiences and talks to guests about their lived experiences. If you're looking for inspiration, support, and laughter, Take a Pain Check is the community for you. Tune in every other Sunday at 12pm EST on Youtube, Spotify, Apple, Google Podcasts, and iHeartRadio. With an amazing guest line-up including researchers, rheumatologists, youth with rheumatic diseases, TAPC is currently changing the lives of youth impacted with rheumatic diseases by modelling a wide variety of perspectives and experiences. This is especially vital for youth who lack the resources to advocate for themselves. Take a Pain Check strives to make a difference in the lives of young people and inspire them to make the best out of this disease.


Our guests come from a variety of perspectives from the rheumatic disease community. Whether that'd be patients, friends, health care professionals, they have tons of insight to offer as their involvement differs. Learn more about our guests and watch their episodes to get a feel of what the podcast is all about. 


The views and opinions expressed by guests on this podcast do not represent or reflect the official policy or position of the Take a Pain Check Foundation and podcast. All information shared is from personal experiences and does not constitute medical advice. We do not take responsibility for any statements expressed during the Podcast. Take a Pain Check does not endorse any products or services. Any said products or services mentioned on this podcast may not be suitable for you or your condition. Please consult with your physician if you have medical questions as it may pertain to your condition.