This is one of my happiest moments as a therapist.
When a young girl is brought to see me, who has been struggling with hypersensitivity in her arm for 7 months after she broke it.
Writing was difficult, she got tired quickly while doing it, sport and P.E. were a no go, she was afraid to be in a crowd because of fear that someone would bump her arm.
Nobody could go anywhere near her left side not even close family. Written testimonial below I can't treat your pain in th
I had a comment on a Facebook post this morning about injuries getting better on their own. And although this does apply it is not the whole story. I apply common sense and logic to these kinds of situations and ask "what would your body do in this situation?" Worst case scenario Lets say you get a simple injury like a sprained ankle. It swells up a bit but you have had it before and know it will go away in week or two. It's a bit painful to walk normally so you change how yo
Do you have a loved one in pain? If you do, there is one simple thing that you can do to help them out of pain Hold Hands If you think about it, we have done this naturally for millenia, even animals do it too. Remember when you fell and grazed your knees as a kid and one of your parents would come over, give it a bit of a rub and you felt better - less pain - happier? Science has shown that simply holding a loved ones hand can help to remove feelings of pain. Being close to