During the last month, I have thought long about Char's comment, which I'll paste here for your easy access. Charlene Jones said: "When pain hits, I go in with wordless dialogue: I find the spot that hurts, or the muscle group, and let it hurt. I just sit and let the
It hurts to start, then I feel better afterwards. Getting moving after downtime is Such a Joy.
"... hundreds of studies have shown that nothing holds more power over the body than the mind." - Deepak Chopra When I find that none of my physical interventions are making much difference in my baseline pain, I do two things: step up the level of physical intervention (get
What have you found that works for rotator cuff strain? Any simple solution that worked for you to solve any chronic pain conundrum is the topic for discussion at the Front Range Chronic Pain meetup this Saturday in S. Denver. Let me know if you can join in person or by phone. Thanks!
Since I’ve come back from Greece, I have this new routine, where I walk every morning before work, just 20 minutes. After coming down from the mountains at the end of June into the terrible heat of the city and foothills on fire, I get edema. I immediately do a lemon water purge, cut
I've reduced my baseline work pain level by 75% by standing while I work at the computer. I tried out my laptop + monitor on a three-drawer file cabinet and it was the perfect height for me. What's your simple solution that's brought you considerable relief? It doesn't have to be about work.
Complete bliss. If it wasn't too early for bugs they'd be stuck in my teeth from grinning the whole way. As you know from my last post, physical therapist Bob designed a lower body workout to get me through the winter that made me realize what a whimp I've become. It was hard to