Archive for October, 2012

FREE: No Pain / Life Gain Chronic Pain Classes

- October, 2012

There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.

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SLEEP WELL Workshops

- October, 2012

Exploration is a common theme in the Feldenkrais Method. However, when a person is engaged in solving a physical problem, ache or pain, healthcare practitioners try to find the source of the problem to “fix it”. When this works, it is great! However, when the problem is not so straightforward, it can cause stress for the patient and the practitioner.Exploration is a common theme in the Feldenkrais Method. However, when a person is engaged in solving a physical problem, ache or pain, healthcare practitioners try to find the source of the problem to “fix it”. When this works, it is great! However, when the problem is not so straightforward, it can cause stress for the patient and the practitioner.Exploration is a common theme in the Feldenkrais Method. However, when a person is engaged in solving a physical problem, ache or pain, healthcare practitioners try to find the source of the problem to “fix it”. When this works, it is great! However, when the problem is not so straightforward, it can cause stress for the patient and the practitioner.

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Overcoming Chronic Myofascial Pain

- October, 2012

Question: “I have been diagnosed with a chronic myofascial pain in my hips and thighs. How is this treated and can it be cured?”

Simply stated, myofascial pain is a form of chronic pain in the muscles and tissues known as the fascia. It is often characterized by “trigger point” areas of pain which are areas in the muscles that are extra sensitive to touch. Unlike a typical muscle strain or injury, myofascial pain lingers long after physiological “healing” of the tissues has taken place.

There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.

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Simple Tips to get sweeter sleep!

- October, 2012

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Question: “I have been diagnosed with a chronic myofascial pain in my hips and thighs.

Simply stated, myofascial pain is a form of chronic pain in the muscles and tissues known as the fascia. It is often characterized by “trigger point” areas of pain which are areas in the muscles that are extra sensitive to touch. Unlike a typical muscle strain or injury, myofascial pain lingers long after physiological “healing” of the tissues has taken place.

There can be as many approaches to curing or managing this type of pain, as there are practitioners. Physicians will typically address the issue through medication management and trigger point injections. Naturopaths, acupuncturists, nutritionists, chiropractors and massage therapists will likely have different approaches, many of which work for some people and do not work for others.

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