Pain treatments start with trigger point injections (TPI) with lidocaine to release the myofascial tight tissue associated with chronic pain. Resistance cases are treated with HydroTPI with saline:lidocaine solution with small dose methylprednisolone to irrigate, hydrate and detoxify the chronic inflammatory cells within the myofascial layers. The mind-body connection is explored for each patient to understand how stress and trauma from the past and present along with our personalities all contribute to programming of the brain and nervous system for chronic pain. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Acceptance Commitment Therapy is the approach to change the programming of the brain and nervous system. An anti-inflammatory lifestyle is encouraged with food and supplementation advice alongside graduated cold shower exposure and the Buteyko breathing method for optimal ways to reverse chronic inflammation as a cause for chronic pain. Posture correction advice is added to avoid the negative effects of gravity on the skeletal system.
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My mission is to help 100 Million people find freedom from pain. I aim to teach, inspire and lead the way to find solutions simply accessible to the public. Chronic pain is at epidemic levels in our society across the world and the current physiological understanding and treatment modalities are falling short of the goal of finding pain solutions. It's time for change. It's time for an awakening. The time is now.
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