How visualization can help you manage pain. The sensation of pain according to neuroscience is the result of the brain concluding that there is a threat. When the brain believes that there is more credible evidence for danger than there is credible evidence for safety, pain will be produced to protected us. This is the...Read More
The solution was closer than ever I knew. (This blog was written by a Pain Rehab Source reader who wanted to share her story with others.) I want to start with the fact that I am 99% better after 18 years of chronic pain. I had reached my fifth year of remission from cancer and...Read More
How do you know if your pain symptoms are related to fibromyalgia, as opposed to another medical condition? In their quest for answers, individuals with ongoing pain often see one healthcare professional after another, walking away with conflicting diagnoses. If you struggle and wonder whether you have fibromyalgia or not, asking the right questions is...Read More
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