For many people, chronic pain is a way of life. Some of the most common types of pain include headaches, lower back pain, arthritis pain and post-surgical pain. According to the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) chronic post-surgical pain is defined as pain of at least 3-6 months duration that develops or … More A Natural Solution for Post-Surgical Pain
A report published this week by CNN sheds some new light on rates of concussion in high school sports in the United States. There are some promising take-aways, such as, the rate of recurrent concussions has decreased since 2013-2014. This is most likely due to various forms of legislation passed in all 50 states in … More Which High School Sports Have the Highest Concussion Rates?
There are so many people living their lives with some kind of condition that they would rather not have. The problem is, they don’t know what to do about it. Often times, they have “tried everything” and since nothing has worked completely, they learn to live with their limitations and in some cases, pain. According … More Understanding Matrix Repatterning
One of the body’s greatest built-in mechanisms is the ability to feel physical pain. You may not have ever looked at it this way, but the ability to feel pain is a gift. If we didn’t feel pain, we would never know that something was wrong. Or that something we are doing is damaging our … More Solution or Suffering?
When I was in school, I loved studying neurology. As hard as it was to learn, it was, and still is, one of my favorite subjects. I have learned a lot about the brain over the years. I have studied all the pathways of the brain, the neurological pathologies and what parts of the brain … More A Thing or Two About Concussions