A recent survey of office workers showed that 50-60% of them had shoulder pain. Fortunately, there are some simple ways you can adjust your … Read More...
Hi there, and welcome to LifeAfterPain.com To get started, find out if Trigger Points could be causing your pain. You’ll find out the real reasons why you get triggers – and then the following email series shows you what you can do to get rid of them – long term. And if there’s something you want […]
A Brief History… Here’s an interesting fact – tooth brushing has been a popular activity in Europe since late in the 17th century. However in the USA the practice did not become widespread until after the Second World War. And this was because the US soldiers had to brush their teeth during their military service […]
Why We Created this List This is something we’ve been looking into for a while (and it’s still very much a work in progress.) The thing is, there’s some excellent sites and books on myofascial trigger points, and people doing some great work. Read below to find out the top trigger point places worth checking out. […]
What’s the difference between tendinitis and trigger point pain? How long does tendinitis usually take to heal? How does an autologous blood injection for tendonitis work? What are the side effects? What treatments are available to treat it? Why breaking a bone is sometimes less serious than a tendon injury (and why this is the […]
I love these old advertisements. Why? Because I imagine in 20 years we’ll look back at some of our current popular wisdom in much the same way. Just think back on the public health trends of the last decade – Fat is Bad! Carbs are Good! Carbs are Bad! Protein is Good! Fat is Good! […]
Click the play button below to listen to the story of a lady who was able to end 5 years of chronic pain by lifestyle simple changes (NOT medication, surgery, magic supplements or secret enhanced probiotics.) Press the ‘play button above to listen.
Victoria Zak is the author of two best selling books, and an avid tea drinker. In this interview, you’ll find out: Tea health benefits and which teas are best for: reducing muscle pain, helping to get to sleep and energising throughout the day Where to get the best herbs and spices for relaxation and pain […]
I’ve posted this video because it illustrates an important principle to remember when you engage with people with chronic pain. If you have chronic pain, this may also help you understand why being vulnerable to some people may ultimately be an empowering experience, while sharing your problems with others may leave you feeling misunderstood or […]
Peter Fernando has lived an interesting life. A Buddhist monk for 7 years, he now lives and teaches mindfulness in daily life to help people cope with chronic illness and other problems of modern life such as stress and anxiety. In this interview, you’ll find out: Peter’s own experience with chronic pain and how he […]
I’m very proud to share this video with you all. It’s produced by my sister Dr Leora Kuttner – a Canadian Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. In the video, you’ll learn a technique for kids to manage pain and anxiety when they have to undergo injections and other medical procedures. Dr Leora helps children […]
Below is a trailer from the new film Dr Leora Kuttner (my sister) has produced on healing chronic pain. Dr Leora is a Canadian psychologist who specialises in helping children and teenagers manage pain in their daily life. These young people may have cancer, migraines or other chronic pain conditions . She teaches hypnosis, acupressure, abdominal […]