I have a new client who has been coming almost weekly to alleviate some back pain that he has been experiencing. He said, “My back doesn’t hurt anymore. Maybe I shouldn’t come in as often.” I said, “Well, you don’t want to wait until you hurt to come in!”. So much of what I and my massage colleagues do is help PREVENT pain from being a PROBLEM. Pain is an indication that your body is unhappy and needs you to stop what you are doing and heal. Of course, there can be pain when you exercise or do some new activity that you haven’t done in awhile because you are.
How good are you at balancing the things you value in life? Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus has some great advice on how to prioritize the big rocks so you can live the life you want to more fully! What tips to do you have for making more time for the things you love? http://www.drjennsden.com/blog/balacing/2016/3/8
Most people hate being laid up or in pain and will typically tackle an ache or injury very aggressively to hopefully heal quickly. While some injuries respond well to that strategy, I had a recent experience that showed me less effort can sometimes be more beneficial when it comes to relieving pain in the body. And what I mean by less does not mean doing nothing, but to approach the body in a more gentle, softer way. In 2014, I took an amazing class called Wilderness Basics offered through the Sierra Club. I went on 3 overnight hiking/camping adventures around the San Diego area. It was an incredible experience and.
Lately I’ve been getting A LOT of massage…at least twice as much as I normally do. I am recovering from a bad muscle strain and the extra massage I have been receiving is part of getting me out of pain and back to 100%. Under normal circumstances with the amount of stress and muscle aches I experience, getting a 90 minute massage every two or three weeks helps me maintain my health and well-being. Since April, I have been getting massage almost every week and sometimes 2 or 3 times a week depending on the opportunity. I also get one or two chiropractic adjustments a week, I stretch daily, and.
Finding a therapist who does effective Trigger Point Therapy in San Diego can be hard. I’ve successfully treated clients with Trigger Point Therapy since 2009 in the San Diego area. I am educated in Trigger Point Therapy and can effectively treat shoulder and neck pain, TMJ and jaw related issues, headaches, sciatic pain and carpal tunnel syndrome, to name a few. What is a trigger point? Within a muscle there are millions of muscle fibers. Trigger points are muscle fibers that have gotten irritated, causing you pain. Trigger Point Therapy locates irritated muscle fibers and breaks the pain cycle relieving your pain and discomfort. Trigger Point Therapy can be both.