Low Back Pain can be excruciating, but the radiating pain of sciatica can be even worse! Such pain is often caused by neuromuscular and fascial issues and can be treated conservatively. These exercises are very similar to those [...]
Sorting out lower leg pain? Trigger point referrals are usually pretty straightforward. First, we divide your leg into three sections, the front (your shin), the outside, and the back (calf). Each of these sections has a small [...]
We call things that maintain, or continue, our pain myofascial perpetuating factors. Often, these are similar to things that helped cause the problem. Dr. Janet Travell was pioneer in the field of myofascial and trigger point therapy. In [...]
Of course, there are many kinds of pain and different causes. Yet, most types of chronic pain share a similar pattern: Initially, some form of local pain happens. Then, pain recurs. Your nervous system gets sensitized. Eventually, your [...]
Sleep is a natural process when we rest and repair ourselves. In, fact a minimum amount of sleep is needed for survival. However, we need larger amount of sleep to be at our best. Ideally, we don't need to do anything about sleep. Usually, we get tired, we go to bed, sleep all night and wake up the next day feel refreshed.