Pages tagged with Pain Management

When we are injured, we feel an acute pain. When we are sick, having affection for a longer period of time, we feel a chronic pain. Three quarters of the intensity of the pain we encounter comes from our subconscious mind, and we can diminish it, we can control it.
Pain management is gaining popularity today. People are turning to alternative methods to relieve their pain. The traction method has been used from ancient days to reduce the lower back pain.
In this article I go into detail about my first MRI experience that was needed to diagnose and manage the pain in my right shoulder.
Medications for pain can have serious side effects. Whole foods can relief pain and fight inflammation naturally.
A look at the alternative pain management options that are available today and are favored over traditional treatments.
Noninvasive pain management can be used to help relieve your pain, all natural treatments. Learn which noninvasive pain management techniques may help you with your pain.
A look at how easy it is to become an addict and the journey back.
Pain and suffering This is a fact ...not a Philosophy ...I have helped many ...unkowingly what Lord Buddha hath said much earlier than me... I learn from all religions only... the essence ...you may share
A friendly poet is in nervous pain,,hope this poetry helps him find relief....
A poem that centers upon the thoughts that emanates from a heart reaching out to God, the Creator of Heaven and earth. Crying for peace, joy in the midst of pain that his disobedience caused to come upon himself.
There are natural remedies that people have been using for many centuries to treat the pain caused by burns, bee stings, back aches, carpal tunnel syndrome, canker sores, and a lot more.
Many migraineurs feel very alone in their still misunderstood suffering, My eldest daughter was one of them, but they are not alone. We have recently discovered that there are a number of support groups where migraine sufferers can find understanding, information resources, and encour...
"Doesn't everyone have this kind of pain?" Living with the painful foot problem. This is my story.
Often seen as a structurally subtle body segment, the neck is burdened with the highly difficult task of supporting the human head. Because of the tension, trauma, and poor posture inherent in the workplace today, it is no surprise that head-on-neck and neck-on-thorax imbalances serve...
Erik Daltons famous Myoskeletal Workshops and best-selling home-study programs teach massage & bodyworkers practice-building strategies for complex back, neck, rotator cuff, hip, and leg pain conditions. Ideal for sports, orthopedic, functional movement & structural integration therap...
Tight muscles create asymmetry and weak muscles permit asymmetry in both the myofascial and skeletal systems.
In a highly functioning body, the neuro-myoskeletal system hangs in dynamic symmetry, with each part balancing the other. But when a woman wears high heels, a new dynamic equilibrium occurs. If one body part becomes fixed, the whole system must compensate with altered movement pattern...
Like many of our popular, but abnormal, athletic endeavors such as golf, tennis, bowling, etc., cyclists bring with them a complex biomechanical downside that is oftentimes hard to completely fix. The “arched back” model is usually the most problematic. In an effort to level the e...
Humans are designed to move in order to survive – locomotion must precede all other activities. The past few decades have witnessed the emergence of two diverse schools of thought, each with their own biomechanical explanations detailing the seemingly simple act of walking. In this ...
Explores and describes the difference between justice and revenge. Also looks at why vengeance is so appealing to those who have been hurt
Piriformis syndrome should not be treated as an isolated situation, even if tests such as the Pace, Freiberg, and Beatty are positive. A stable pelvis, derived through proper upper and lower quadrant balance, is vital for long-term correction of sciatic nerve conditions. All ligaments...
ITB syndrome is typically referred to as an overuse injury. In this article, Dr. Dalton describes how his Myoskeletal Alignment home study techniques can provide solutions for this misdiagnosis, and offers a case study of just such an instance.
This is an article about an herb called Kratom and how it can help with addictions and pain.
Lavender oil, epsom salt, a floatie and some of my ingenuity, adds up to a relaxing bath and a sound sleep. Most heat is the best option for tired and sore muscles.
Emotion can feel good and sometime bad, we all in our way feel emotions, in these three poems I try to describe some emotions. and suffering.
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