Do you Really Want to
Manage your Pain!
Whenever I search Google pages, looking at the pain listings, most of the entries are on pain management.
Pain management is based on this theory:
Chronic pain can be one of the most difficult things to deal with, especially since, by nature, it is recurring and often without a cure.
So... If you can't cure your pain just manage it .
Pain Medicine is dedicated to providing you the highest quality acute and chronic pain medicine, utilizing a multidisciplinary approach that ...
It is amazing
how many clients tell us it is either drugs or surgery because
their pain cannot be cured.
Or perhaps you
can benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy.
We would rather use simple exercise to restore the bodies functions. If you go for the cause of the pain rather than the symptoms the pain goes away! Of course you need to take responsibility for restoring your health!
Muscles Adjust to Inactivity Quickly
Muscles adjust to inactivity to conserve energy. If your at a desk all day for eight hours the muscles conclude that it is there to stay. When you stand up to go home and there is stiffness. Do this for weeks and your body will beg you to move. When muscles go dormant other muscles are called in to do the job.
Why treat the Symptom, Treat the Source of Pain
If your tires are wearing quickly do you just put another pair of tires on your car, and than another and another pair of tires. Or do you take your car in for an alignment.
There is a huge penalty for not being aligned. We receive signals that we're off balance, even before actual physical pain starts. But eventually the pain is coming.
You Can See the Cause of Pain
Look in the mirror is one hip in
a different position than the other, or is one shoulder forward or
higher than the other one. Is the head forward, shoulders
rounded, feet pointed outward. These are the cause of
symptoms that will lead to pain.
We receive signals that we're off even before actual physical pain starts. But eventually the pain is coming. When pain comes we make the mistake of stopping activity. With lack of activity the body becomes more dysfunctional.
This imbalance has nothing to do with poor
design, nothing to do with our age, and nothing to do with
genetics. We are not fragile, we're not overly complicated, and
we do have all the abilities necessary to get well.
You have two choices: you can change the
stimulus or you can change the environment. Those are the only
two choices you have
Body's Design Restored by functional
always remembers its design memory, so when you start changing
the stimulus with exercises the body has no choice, it changes.
The goal is to allow the body to return to its birthright, its
design template, and it can because it never forgets the memory.
All we're doing is providing the necessary stimulus by doing the