Articles: Case Histories
It was five minutes to six and I was packing up to go home to dinner when a good client rang to say that a friend of hers was at her home and in excruciating pain and could I help. … Read more
Ninety percent of the time, low back pain comes from one or more of only six muscles. Using the ‘spray and stretch’ technique, muscle pain in the low back can be completely eliminated. The pain relief can be almost instant. … Read more
The temporalis along with the masseter are the main muscles of mastication, and provide the power to chew our food.
I recently saw a young lady who complained of pain to the whole right side of her face, including the teeth. … Read more
Jill (not her real name) came into the clinic, sat in a client chair and said “Can you help me?”
I noticed that her head was jerking to the right about every ten seconds. I said “Is the jerking what you want me to help you with?”
She said “Yes the doctor called it Tardive Dystonia, and the only way he could stop it was to cut through the muscles in my neck. … Read more
Causes of chronic pain
Chronic pain can be due to a variety of causes. If we treat the pain, but not the underlying cause, the pain will return. The cause is then referred to as a perpetuating factor. … Read more
Cyclic vomiting syndrome may sometimes be caused by the ‘belch button’ – a little-known or undertood trigger point:
It all started when Janet (not her real name), had to undergo surgery to have fibroids removed. … Read more
I have been told by some people that there is no cure for frozen shoulder, nevertheless, at Pain busters clinic we have treated many frozen shoulders with great success.
Frozen shoulder is usually the result of trauma or overuse of the shoulder muscles. … Read more