Download Our Free Chronic Pain eBook

See How You Can Find Lasting Relief From Chronic Pain Without Medication, Surgery, or Injections.  https://www.dropbox.com/s/vvqnwvk96fiu0al/Chronic_Pain_E_Book.pdf?dl=0 What you will find in this very helpful eBook: What Causes Typical Pain to Become Chronic Pain? There Are Some Chronic Pain Sources That Are “Easily” Fixable Psychological Factors Effecting Chronic Pain Download Your Copy Download This Introductory Coupon

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4 Causes of Knee Pain That Have Nothing To Do With the Knee

4 Causes of Knee Pain That Have Nothing To Do With the Knee Posted on July 20, 2015 by Curt Redd Original Post: August 6, 2013 by,   jessephysio A spot for all things related to Orthopaedic Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is a common condition encountered in orthopaedic practice. PFPS most commonly presents with retro- or peri-patellar pain associated with positions of the knee that result in increased or misdirected mechanical forces between the kneecap and femur. Climbing stairs, running, kneeling, squatting and long-sitting are frequent pain aggravators. Clinicians have come to understand that the cause…

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How to Understand Someone With Chronic Pain

How to Understand Someone With Chronic Pain Posted on August 22, 2013 by Curt Redd My pain blooms everywhere; please try to understand… http://www.wikihow.com/Understand-Someone-With-Chronic-PainChronic pain changes many things in life, most are invisible. Many people do not seem to understand chronic pain and its effects. Many people do not seem to understand that chronic pain sufferers have attempted numerous alternative therapies and know what therapies have worked or not worked for them. Some people have been misinformed or merely misunderstand. In the spirit of informing those who wish to understand: These are some things that can help you to understand,…

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What Is Scoliosis?

What Is Scoliosis? Posted on September 18, 2013 by Curt Redd By KidsHealth.org Anatomy In Motion‘s photo. Your spine, or backbone, helps hold your body upright. Without it, you couldn’t walk, run, or play sports. If you look at yourself sideways in the mirror or look at a friend from the side, you’ll notice that the back isn’t flat like a piece of board. Instead, it curves in and out between your neck and lower back. Despite that gentle curve from the side, a healthy spine appears to run straight down the middle of the back. The trouble for someone…

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New Earth Physiology – Activating the Vagus Nerve

New Earth Physiology – Activating the Vagus Nerve Posted on October 22, 2013 by Curt Redd Original article by Angela Savitri Petersen – Posted October 25, 2012 by RLM Press in Metaphysics WHAT IS THE VAGUS NERVE? The 10th of the cranial nerves, it is often called the “Nerve of compassion” because when it’s active, it helps create the “warm-fuzzies” that we feel in our chest when we get a hug or are moved by something… The vagus nerve is a bundle of nerves that originates in the top of the spinal cord. It activates different organs throughout the body…

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EMOTION CIRCUITS IN THE BRAIN

EMOTION CIRCUITS IN THE BRAIN Posted on March 30, 2014 by Curt Redd Joseph E. LeDoux Center for Neural Science, New York University, New York, New York 10003; e-mail: ledoux@cns.nyu.edu Key Words fear, memory, learning, conditioning, amygdala, limbic system Abstract The field of neuroscience has, after a long period of looking the other way, again embraced emotion as an important research area. Much of the progress has come from studies of fear, and especially fear conditioning. This work has pin- pointed the amygdala as an important component of the system involved in the acqui- sition, storage, and expression of fear…

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Teaching the Nervous System to Forget Chronic Pain – Recall, Then Erase

Teaching the Nervous System to Forget Chronic Pain – Recall, Then Erase Posted on February 4, 2015 by Curt Redd By Eleanor Nelsen on Wed, 13 Aug 2014 “It was an emergency situation,” she says. The horse Sally was riding was barreling straight towards another, younger horse, and the only way to stop him was to pull back on one rein, hard. She felt a pop in her wrist. Heat shot up her arm, excruciating pain fast on its heels. That was four years ago. No one knows quite what happened to her wrist that day, but whatever it was…

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Pudendal Neuralgia

Pudendal Neuralgia Posted on February 18, 2015 by Curt Redd Health Organization for Pudental Education Overview of Symptoms The main symptom of pudendal neuralgia (PN) and pudendal nerve entrapment (PNE) is pain in one or more of the areas innervated by the pudendal nerve or one of its branches. These areas include the rectum, anus, urethra, perineum, and genital area. In women this includes the clitoris, mons pubis, vulva, lower 1/3 of the vagina, and labia. In men this includes the penis and scrotum. But often pain is referred to nearby areas in the pelvis. The symptoms can start suddenly…

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THE BODY IS A MIRROR OF HOW WE LIVE OUR LIVES

THE BODY IS A MIRROR OF HOW WE LIVE OUR LIVES Posted on March 18, 2015 by Curt Redd If we don’t treat the root cause of the problem, we will just end up getting a new symptom. What really matters and allows healing? Relationships: Is the primary relationship you are engaged in healthy and supportive, or stressful and unhappy? Are there other important relationships in your life that are causing stress? Occupation: Do you enjoy what you do for a living, or for your principal daily activity? Do you hate your job? Do you dread going to work or…

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4 Causes of Knee Pain That Have Nothing To Do With the Knee

4 Causes of Knee Pain That Have Nothing To Do With the Knee Posted on July 20, 2015 by Curt Redd Original Post: August 6, 2013 by,   jessephysio A spot for all things related to Orthopaedic Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is a common condition encountered in orthopaedic practice. PFPS most commonly presents with retro- or peri-patellar pain associated with positions of the knee that result in increased or misdirected mechanical forces between the kneecap and femur. Climbing stairs, running, kneeling, squatting and long-sitting are frequent pain aggravators. Clinicians have come to understand that the cause…

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