Trigger point pain can look and feel like quite a few other medical problems.
When you've been told 'it's not your heart, not a pinched nerve, not arthritis and not a prolapsed disc' but you still have severe pain - it could be worth checking to see if you have trigger points.
What many people don't know is that there are many types of osteoarthritis - and what it means for you changes a lot depending on where in your body the arthritis occurs.
There's some surprisingly good news about a very common type of arthritis - that could make old age a better experience for you.
There's an unusual thing about healing from surgery (or any scar) and how what you do while you're healing will either make the scar better - or worse.
I know it's a pretty common situation for most of us - we think 'yeah, I'm going to do that' and when it comes to the crunch....we don't.
Well, Ginny has a really interesting response to my objections - and you may find this useful when it comes to changing any behaviour.
Understanding why you get inflammation in your body - and how natural anti-inflammatory foods can help reduce pain.
Relief and help for people who have chronic pain - from trigger points, arthritis, muscles and joints.
More stuff from “Life After Pain”
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