Blogs about Chronic Pain

Friday, July 21, 2017
Stuart clock's Blog
Myofascial release therapy is a type of massage that is often recommended for people with chronic pain. The myofascial tissues cover, support and surround muscles all over the body. Areas in these tissues may become tense or tight, known as pressure points. The tension and tightness is what causes pain and therefore to relieve the pain, the therapist must find the pressure points and release the tension.How Myofascial Release Therapy Works
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 • Westminster, MA 01473-1415
Cynthia Gauthier's Blog
How a painful sidelining injury exposed my true inner strength and released me from the shackles of false assumptions. We all can fall victim our mind’s common tendency to get stuck in rigid patterns of thought.  This is one such story.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Ellen's Blog
Chronic pain affects a large majority of the Americans. About 100 million Americans are said to suffer from it. Chronic pain is usually defined as a pain that lasts longer than a time period of six months. The severity of chronic pain can be hard, mild, episodic or persistent.Chronic pain may start in the body but its signs may remain in the nervous system for many months or years. Chronic pain may affect the sufferers both emotionally and physically. Chronic pain usually stems from joint pain, headaches, backaches and pain from surgery.