Understand Chronic Pain

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There are two fundamental aspects to the perception of pain: The source: Three Sources of Chronic Pain Possible structural problem Inflammation of soft tissues Neurophysiological Disorder – “short circuits” The receptor—your brain Three additional variables affect your perception of pain: Sensitization Memorization The “Modifiers” –1) anxiety 2) anger 3) sleep … Read More

Neurophysiological Disorder -“Short Circuits”

Dr. Schubiner Dr. Howard Schubiner is board-certified in pediatrics, adolescent medicine, and internal medicine. He was a full time professor at Wayne State University for 18 years and now works at Providence Hospital in Southfield, MI. He is the founder of the Mind Body Clinic and the co-author of several … Read More

Degenerated Discs are NOT a Disease

I consider the difference between a structural and muscular problem in relation to degenerated discs disease and back pain. I talk about this at length in Degenerated Discs Don’t Cause LBP. BF

Video 9/19: Is Your Pain Structural or Not?

I look at the source of the pain and it’s receptors in reference to back pain and one’s spine. I also discuss the difference between a structural and non-structural source of the pain. Read more about this topic in “Defining the Source of the Pain.” BF