We understand that living with chronic pain harms your mental health. It prevents you from enjoying a decent quality of life.When it gets really bad, unrelenting pain can also contribute to the development of generalized anxiety disorders, agoraphobia, and clinical depression. While chronic pain can hamper your quality of life, there are ways to help toContinue Reading »
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What Is The RE 3 Recovery Program?
Is your shoulder pain a source of stress and discomfort? Have you tried physical therapy, chiropractic, stretching, saunas, yoga, ice, heat, and hot tubs, and nothing works to fix the pain? Are you stuck and losing hope?The “shoulder” is made up of bones and joints with strengthening and stabilizing muscles and tendons and LOTS of fascia (connectiveContinue Reading »
What Is The Difference Between Massage And Myofascial Release?
I get asked this question often, what’s the difference between massage and myofascial release, is it rubbing and stretching? Is it like deep tissue or sports massage? Is it more energy work instead of physical? And the answer is … sort of! How Are Massage And Myofascial Release Different? Of course, I could get technicalContinue Reading »
Which Form Of “Myofascial Release” Is Right For Me?
Myofascial release and the myofascial (fascial) system are getting a lot of attention in the realms of science, alternative medicine, and bodywork these days as researchers define, and redefine, what the fascial system is, how it functions, and why we should be paying attention to it. It can be a lot to take in, especiallyContinue Reading »
Daily Myofascial Self Treatment MUST match activity!
I’ve written a bit about this previously, that your myofascial self treatment and care must match your workout. That there are likely some go tos, some self treatment that you will do for life to help keep your body moving and feeling best. I am familiar with those for myself. Generally that is some timeContinue Reading »
Are Migraines Plaguing Your Daily Life?
We know how it feels. It’s miserable.When you suffer from migraine headaches, the experience is far worse and more painful than regular headaches.Migraines are a form of neurological disease that leads to an intense throbbing pain that leaves you bedridden and unable to work, exercise, or socialize for days, weeks, or even months in severeContinue Reading »
Are You Addressing The Same Aches And Pains Over And Over In The Same Way?
How Aches And Pains Become “Normal” I recently spent some time receiving a series of myofascial treatment sessions for myself. I wasn’t in crisis. Didn’t have anything seriously bothering me. But was aware of some nagging trouble that just never seems to resolve. You know, shoulder, back, and neck tension “from too much time inContinue Reading »
Have You Been Told That Your Back Pain Is Chronic?
When you suffer from back pain, it can negatively affect your quality of life. Medical professionals often diagnose and do their best to help lessen discomfort. But what happens when they fail to find and fix the root cause?What are you supposed to do when they say the pain is “chronic”?That’s usually when patients findContinue Reading »
Myofascial Health Requires A Long Term View Toward Sustainable Change
To truly shift the health of your myofascial system and the entirety of your being requires a long term view and development of lifetime practices toward sustainable change. This is much different from any sort of “fix-it and forget it” type of approaches you might have tried in the past. What Does Sustainable Change Take?Continue Reading »
Getting Older Is Not An Excuse To Put Up With Pain
More than half the population of seniors in the US endure some sort of chronic pain. Isn’t that a depressing statistic?But an even more somber statistic is that chronic pain is a good predictor of early death. Some statistics even state that if you have severe chronic pain, you have an increased chance of dying inContinue Reading »