Blogs about Pain Management

READ THIS- ON POSTURE

http://www.theptdc.com/2013/11/posture/

YOUR POSTURE

BACK PAIN

BACK PAIN- PRACTICAL TIPSShane McLean, ACE Certified Personal Trainer with the T. Boone Pickens YMCA Today’s a bad back day. Again. Couldn’t have come at a worst time because you areA. Busy at workB. Out in the yardC.  Driving all day. D. Or your feet constantly.Sound familiar?

10 Top Tips for an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

 By Jesse Cannone | Published: January 7, 2013 ( Sharing the good stuff agian- Shane)

Myofascial Release Part 4

 

Myofascial Release Part 3

 Myofascial Release Part 3 I got some feedback from readers that I’m writing a little too technically.  Sorry everyone, when I get in science mode it’s hard to get out!  This time around I’ll try my best to make things as understandable as possible, but feel free to comment with questions or requests for further explanation. 

Rotator Cuff syndrome an Cure by Physiotraining tm.

LET'S REMEMBER WHY PHYSIOTRAINING FOCUS ON PREVENTION OF INJURIES THROUGHOUT THE CLASSES:

Prepare for Impact

Active people take hits.  They get bumps, bruises, aches, and pains.  Some are ER worthy in which case the patient will undergo physician’s care.  Others are mere inconveniences that cause pain, swelling, discoloration, and irritation.  Instances of pain are normal, chronic pain is not.  There are solutions and preventative measures that can be taken to reduce the body’s reaction to active lifestyle occurrences.  

PAIN FOODS

. Foods that increase inflammation will increase your joint pain and delay your recovery. These include: 1. Trans fat (the WORST fat there is) 2. Sugar 3. Processed foods 4. Gluten (for gluten-sensitive people) 5. Dairy (for dairy-sensitive people) 6. Alcohol (even your glass of red wine) ...