Chronic Pain

Chronic pain commonly classified as persistent pain longer than 3 months and even up to 20 years. Common limitations include absence from work, school, and even social life. Many variables associated with pain usually stem from multiple systems. Physical Therapy plays a key role in addressing and finding the primary sources of dysfunction. Most pain conditions result from faulty movement patterns. Through a movement analysis during an evaluation, a physical therapist will begin to build a specialized and individualized program. These programs target awareness, balance, and stability. Building a foundation is key prior to initiating an exercise plan. Finding a chronic pain specialized physical therapist can begin the process of pain reduction improving overall quality of life.

3 Systems Vital to Your Health | Top 5 Things You Need to Know about EDS

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If you suffer from anxiety, stress, or often feel that you’re in a state of fight or flight, you are not alone! This happens when at least 1 of the 3 systems vital to your health is not working like it should. You have almost certainly experienced this if you have EDS or other chronic …

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How to Reduce Joint Pain with EDS by Improving Body Awareness

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Learning how to reduce joint pain with EDS by improving body awareness can be tricky.  There are 3 systems that play a major role in this process. The most common joint pain areas related to EDS are low back, neck, shoulder, and knee. If you have at least 2 of these 4 common pain sites, you may …

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