Tag Archives: Gary Clark
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
Janet Travell, MD and David Simons, MD were absolute pioneers when it came to myofascial pain and it’s treatment. What makes these books even more amazing is that they were written a full quarter of a century before other doctors even acknowledged that myofascial pain actually exsisted. … Read more
Because of its location in the pelvis the Iliopsoas muscle often gets compressed by the baby during the third trimester of pregnancy, causing really nasty backache for the expectant mother.
When the ground substance contains an overabundance of collagen fibers that have cross-bound and coiled in on themselves, the fascia is less able to adapt and the fascial network becomes inelastic and does not expand readily. … Read more
In 2002 Pain busters Clinic was set up to treat physical pain conditions, with remedial massage and myotherapy as the primary modalities.
More recently, we find ourselves expanding into the more esoteric fields of energy healing. … 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
1. Be understanding; encourage self-help; explain the reasons
Many fibromyalgics have been told by uninformed health professionals, sometimes for years, that there is nothing wrong with them and that it is all in their head. … Read more
In 2005 I decided to take a look at Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) after seeing a write-up In Dr Mercola’s newsletter.
On visiting the official EFT website, I read about all the miraculous results practitioners from around the world were supposedly achieving with everything from minor trauma right up to serious diseases. … Read more
Trigger points are the most common cause of chronic muscle pain.