A lot of people are frustrated by TEMPORARY pain relief, when what they’re really looking for is PERMANENT, lasting pain relief…
This was highlighted recently by a young woman I was working with, when she asked me this question: “Why does my pain relief only last 3 days?”
I of course had a very good clinical explanation for her, and it reminded me of 2 very important key points that you need to understand about pain relief, particularly if you’re looking for lasting pain relief.
I’ll explain these 2 key points in detail in the video, and I’ll summarize them in the text below…
When it comes to successfully eliminating neck pain and headaches, there are 3 key steps that need to be considered in order to improve the chances of success…
Like most of our physical ailments (back pain, sciatica, knee pain, etc.), there are a variety of factors that can cause pain and discomfort.
The neck is no different…when it comes to neck pain and headaches, you have to consider the surrounding muscles, the joints, and the discs, just to name the major players.
However, that’s just a start! To really get down to successful treatment, you’ll need to do better than that!
Let me explain…
Just in case you couldn’t make it to this live event at the clinic, I recorded the entire workshop!
I start things off by talking about the 4 structures that can cause neck pain and headaches…
And then we move on to the top 3 reasons these structures get aggravated.
After that, I discuss successful treatment options (for lasting pain relief).
In addition, there are quite a few good questions and stories from the audience. So if you’re suffering from neck pain, with or without headaches, the information in the video should really help!
This week, I’m back with part 2 all about ways to avoid things like back pain, neck and headaches while flying.
If you caught the blog/video last week, I shared 8 tips to help you avoid pain in general. (click here to see that post)
And today, I want to share some specific stretches with you.
There are 5 in the video. The first 3 are for your neck and back, and the last 2 are for your leg muscles.
I hope you enjoy the video and that the stretches help you stay out of pain while flying!
Earlier this week, as I was returning to Spokane from sunny Orlando, I had plenty of time to do some thinking…
And as I was looking at the people around me, it occurred to me how painful flying can be for some people.
Between the uncomfortable chairs, the prolonged sitting, and the awkward neck posture, it’s easy to see how flying can be so hard on your body.
This led to the inspiration for today’s video, which includes 8 tips to help you reduce back pain, neck pain and headaches while flying.
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