Category: pain

Oct3rd 2019

Flare-ups and how to handle them

The following is from a blog by Dr. Bronnie Thompson, an occupational therapist, researcher, and lecturer from New Zealand. You can find more from Bronnie at   If you live with persistent pain of any kind, you’ll know what a flare-up is. Periods of time when pain is exacerbated and sustained at a higher

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What You Believe About Your Back Pain Matters!

Sep10th 2017

Low back pain is very common. And while most cases will resolve on their own in a few weeks, 23% of those affected, or almost 1 in 4, will experience persistent pain. We now know that pain, especially persistent pain, is a product of biological, psychological, social, and environmental influences. This may help partially explain

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