Patience and Sports Medicine

The other day I worked with a young man who is a highschool wrestler. He had injured his back last summer doing a lifting job. He had also sprained his ankle during a wrestling practice. Although he was in a great deal of pain during his practices and matches, the last thing that he wanted […]

Stress and the Inseparable Body-Mind-Soul

Yesterday, a friend of mine got a “crick in his neck”. His neck had been slightly stiff for the past few days, and he had a restless night the night before. Yesterday morning he had some grabbing pain in the morning especially when he would turn his head to the left. As the day went […]

The Nature of Treatment – It’s More Than Physical

I was treating my soon-to-be husband for his back problem, when he said to me “you think that you are just mobilizing my back but you are doing a lot more than that. You are working on an energetic level.” He was an acupuncturist and clinical psychologist. He was used to working in the realms […]

Behind Carpal Tunnel Sydrome: Do Nerves Actually Move?

As you sit at your computer working or surfing the Internet, you may be aware of your hands, arms, or neck, painful, or feeling numb or pins and needles. Most people, who work on computers, are aware of the increasing prevalence of a group of maladies known as “repetitive strain injuries”. These include carpal tunnel […]

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