Pain Care Tips
Pain Care Tip EighteenSeptember 22, 2018
It sounds like an odd idea, but your brain can’t really tell the difference between thought and reality. This is why athletes visualize, to improve success with difficult-to-achieve movements.
Practice vivid visualizations of the movements you want to recover. Really use your imagination—see yourself moving with less pain, more ease.
Start with what you think is possible, and shoot for the moon as you get better at it. The more you practice,Read More
Pain Care Tip SixteenSeptember 22, 2018
The changes we experience when pain persists—in our body, breath, thought, emotions and spirit—start to look similar, regardless of the original source of the pain.
Sometimes the best answers come from doing what’s best for all aspects of our self, rather than just focusing on the source of the pain.Read More
Pain Care Tip ThirteenSeptember 22, 2018
Regaining ease of movement and living well again might require more compassion, more effort or both.
It also requires patience, but don’t become discouraged and give up—negative energy has as much (negative) impact as positive energy helps!Read More