Why you should reconsider stress as a factor in your chronic pain Stress and Chronic pain We’ve all heard it before. You go to the doctor to discuss your pain and after all the scans come back with nothing
Why is pain so distressing? Pain is such a personal experience. Often strange, seemingly unpredictable, hard to explain, and even harder to communicate to someone else what is being experienced. You know what else seems to be hard? Communicating facts
Meet Keith My name is Keith Meldrum and I live in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. I am 48 years old, married, with a 25-year-old step son. I am a civil engineering technologist and am the Manager of Special
Play her episode at the bottom of the page Meet Debra Dennison from Carstairs, Alberta, Canada *Married for almost 30 years to a Police Officer *Two daughters – both are recently engaged, yikes! 🙂 *Worked in the field
Play her episode at the bottom of the page Meet Lisa I have been doing CrossFit since 2004 and a former regional level competitor (2010 – 2013). I am a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer and also a Pregnancy and Postpartum
Kris Anne shares how she has overcome widespread body pain and the years of darkness.
She shares her story and her reflections on what it means to have and live with pain. How interrupting pain can be and the need to learn to live our best lives. We talk about the Work Comp system, the interruption of pain, and she shares my favorite story...
Over and over again I am asked why I do what I do. How I got to where I am. Why I believe the things I believe. It’s impossible to sum up a life time of experiences in a few thousand words on a blog post, and harder still...
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As a teacher, I emphasize to my students that art can be a release, but never had I thought of this going beyond self-expression. I certainly hadn’t considered it for my own pain management.