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What You Do With Pain Matters

What You Do With Pain Matters

Here’s a bit of news that will come as a surprise to most – what you do with pain matters. Oh wait, I can imagine a lot of people nodding with me at this one. Actually, most already know that you can’t let pain beat you. You’ve got to rise up, keep going, and reach forRead More…

Frozen Shoulder – What is it Going to Take

Frozen Shoulder – What is it Going to Take

If you have recently been diagnosed with frozen shoulder or have been looking for help for awhile now, then I’m glad you are here. There is a lot of information on the internet about your options and it can be easy to get overwhelmed. It can also be easy to get sucked into believing andRead More…

Recovering From Frozen Shoulder – Valerie’s Story

Recovering From Frozen Shoulder – Valerie’s Story

One of our favorite people shares a bit of her journey recovering from frozen shoulder.I came to Release Works because I had Frozen Shoulder. The name “frozen shoulder” is an understatement: like calling “pneumonia” a “cold”. I renamed it “Flaming hellfire of the arm”, and  Life with Frozen Shoulder:Constant burning pain in the arm, shoulder,Read More…

Fundamental Truths of Healing and Recovery

Fundamental Truths of Healing and Recovery

When it comes to resolving headaches, migraines, back issues, knee troubles, shoulder difficulties, or a body that is generally starting to feel like it is giving out, there are a few basic truths that need addressed, accepted, and embraced as you move forward.1There is no quick fix or magic pill – This one is prettyRead More…

Anatomy of a Headache (Part 2)

Anatomy of a Headache (Part 2)

Now that you have a bit more understanding of what is likely causing your headaches and migraines (See “Anatomy of a Headache, Part 1”), let’s take a look at what it will take to fully resolve what is causing your symptoms. It isn’t a complicated process to get the body moving and working well, butRead More…

Anatomy of a Headache

Anatomy of a Headache

Most people who suffer from headaches and migraines are focused on one thing – Make the pain go away! Common solutions include pain relievers, both over the counter and prescription, cold packs, heat packs, muscle relaxants, herbal remedies, silence, sleep aids, dark rooms, trigger point injections, botox, meditation, and stress reduction, just to name aRead More…

The Quality of Your Movement Matters (Part 2)

The Quality of Your Movement Matters (Part 2)

Here at Release Works, we talk frequently about the quality of movement in your body. We might say something like, “It’s not so much about what you do as it is about how you do it”. People are often unsure what we mean by that and may wonder, “How does quality of movement matter andRead More…

The Quality of Your Movement Matters (Part 1)

The Quality of Your Movement Matters (Part 1)

If you spend even a little bit of time people-watching, you’re sure to notice some of them don’t move so well. You might think that something in their body hurts, and that’s leading to the poor movement, and you’d be right. But did you know, poor movement is very likely leading to the something hurting inRead More…

Stop Blaming Your Activity For Your Knee Pain

Stop Blaming Your Activity For Your Knee Pain

One of the things we hear frequently from people is that they are giving up activities they love. Hiking, climbing, walking, and running. People are giving these things up because they experience knee pain (or hip or back pain) during and after. The activity is blamed as the cause.This has got to stopThere is aRead More…

Why Chronic Back Pain Doesn’t Go Away On Its Own

Why Chronic Back Pain Doesn’t Go Away On Its Own

You probably don’t want to hear it, but if you have been dealing with back pain for longer than 2-6 weeks, it likely isn’t going away on it’s own. There are 2 general categories of back pain, acute and chronic. Acute back pain may last from a few days to a few weeks and is often causedRead More…

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