If you have spent years struggling with Chronic Neck & Back Pain...

... or maybe you have had reoccurring pain for more than two months,

and now it seems that is is gradually aching a little bit more than normal...

I want you to know that there is always hope.

Please Read On To Understand More.

We all hold a Blueprint for Pain.

There are Two key distinctions when it comes to pain.

Structural vs. Non-Structural

Structural pain is defined as an "anatomical abnormality identifiable on a diagnostic test with matching symptoms". The two key words to notice there are abnormality and matching. For instance, a fractured bone is an abnormality visible upon X-ray (diagnostic test) that will have matching symptoms. Other examples include soft tissue tears (muscles, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage), infections, and cancers. 

It is important to note right now that Arthritis and Degenerative Disc Disease are not abnormal. In fact, they are completely NORMAL and this has been demonstrated with X-rays and MRIs of people without symptoms who still have those spinal classifications.

Arthritis and Disc Degeneration are so normal that more and more professionals are calling on them to be referred to as the "gray hairs of the spine."

Anyone who tells you differently has simply not read the research or is ignoring it. This also includes things such as scoliosis, subluxations, muscular adhesions, spondylolisthesis, spina bifida occulta, and so on...

In my experience I have found that only a very small percentage of the population is experiencing Structural pain.

The beauty of a tear or a fracture is that the body will immediately go to work healing the injury and the pain will simply resolve on it's own in a matter of weeks. 

Did you know that a broken femur will heal in 6 weeks?!?!

On the other hand... Non-structural pain is not so cut and dry. Non-structural pain is defined as "lesions resulting from excess inflammation which cannot be seen on diagnostic test or symptoms that do not correlate to an identified structural abnormality."

People suffering from Non-Structural pain tend to travel from office to office in search of an answer for why they have pain. At each various office, there is a very good chance that they will be told different reasons for why the pain is there depending on who they are seeing. Examinations will often end with more questions than answers and sometimes patients will even hear that the pain is "in their head".

Non-structural pain is very real, physical pain, but it's cause is often missed.

Non-structural pain also tends to come and go. Patients may experience extended periods of time where they have no pain at all and then other occasions where the pain seems to come out of nowhere. 

In my experience, the VAST majority of patients are experiencing non-structural chronic pain and unfortunately are needlessly suffering from a lack of awareness around what truly causes chronic pain.

A simple analogy.

If you drop your phone and the screen becomes cracked, you would take it to a store where they could replace your screen and restore the normal function of your phone. This would be an example of a Structural problem.

It's of importance to note here that unlike your body, your phone cannot heal itself. Sure there are times when you need a medical intervention but that is generally the exception and not the rule. 

On the other hand, we have all experienced the inevitable dysfunction of our phone that isn't coming from physical damage to the phone, but simply years of day in and day out overuse. Overtime the phone begins to slow down, often from running too many background programs or it begins to overheat from a lack of rest. The operating system is simply overworked and beginning to show signs and symptoms. This is a classic example of Non-structural pain. 

which one sounds more like you?

You are Unique and Therefore you require an individualized approach.

My Time As A Soft Tissue & Spine Expert Taught Me a Few Key Things about Pain.

  • Outside forces like chiropractic adjustments, massages, and even medications, etc... only serve to buy us more time until the pain ultimately resurfaces. However those things do not address the root cause of the pain or why these "remedies" are needed in the first place.
  • You can learn Effective and Natural strategies to overcome the pain and it can all be done from the comfort of your own home. I have taught myself and others to do exactly that and no hands on treatment of any kind was necessary.

  • There are simple natural laws of the body, mind, and spirit that we must adhere to in order to be truly healthy. Clients start by revitalizing their physical bodies and then move onto the deeper emotional components that live underneath the pain.

  • There is no such thing as a quick fix. For those who are willing to put in the time and energy to get down to the bottom of things - the rewards are many!

  • Great Strategy, World Class Support & Accountability is the recipe for success. I am here for you every step of the way in whatever capacity you will allow me to be.

I have found the above to be true in every case of chronic pain that I have seen over the last 10 years.

this is why I choose to coach my clients back to health By addressing the root cause of the pain.

The giant elephant in the room is the very real connection our thoughts and emotions play in how we feel.

Let's be honest for a second. If you have a neck, then you have a connection between your mind and your body. I am not here to argue facts. Simple physical reactions such as blushing in response to embarrassment, sweating in response to fear, and arousal in response to intimacy are all classic examples of how the brain can cause a physical reaction in the body. Why then, would you be opposed to learning that the brain can also create chronic muscle tension in response to our thoughts and emotions? I am amazed that this is not the mainstream approach to chronic pain. We are emotional creatures living in a fast paced stressed out world and none of us are immune to generating muscle tension in response to an overactive mind.

Simply put, thoughts of fear, worry, anxiety, stress and even excitement lead to neurological impulses inside the brain in response to a perceived stressor which causes (most commonly) the muscles of the neck, back, shoulders, and/or hips to contract. Over time, with chronic repetitive contractions of the same muscle groups, the contracted tissues begin to squeeze the blood vessels and impede the flow of blood through the tissue - leading to a lack of oxygen. 

Oxygen is a vital nutrient and even a minimal decrease in the amount of oxygen getting to the tissues can lead to symptoms like aching, burning, numbness & tingling, and even sharp excruciating pains (when it's at it's worse).

Not only have I been able to help myself by implementing very simple at home strategies...

I have also been able to teach my dedicated clients how to overcome their pain!

That means that once and for all....

 

  • You will finally be able to lay your head down on your pillow at night and fall asleep quickly and comfortably, resting easy in the fact that your body feels whole once again.

 

  • You will be able to save countless dollars and hours of frustration because you will no longer need to visit provider after provider in search of solutions. 

 

  • You will show up to work energized and ready to engage in your daily activities and your coworkers will once again look to you for guidance, inspiration and assistance on the job. 

 

  • You will have the energy to come home and be able to roll around on the floor with your children, play tug of war with your dog, and be intimate with your spouse again; all from the freedom that comes with alleviating the pain. 

 

  • You will have complete control over your health and use that confidence to once again participate in the activities you love; getting your body back into the shape you know it is capable of. 

There's only one thing left to do.

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