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There are therapies that a person with MS can do at home which will help them feel and function better. Four of them are shared in this article from The Pain Relief Coach.

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If you have back pain, neck pain, pain in your arms, or headaches, there is a really great chance that you need to open, relax or stretch the muscles in the front of your body. The muscles in the front of our bodies shorten and become “tight” because those are the muscles we use in […]

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Healing Story Number One: Years ago I worked with a woman who fell asleep reading in bed. She fell asleep with her head propped forward. After several hours, she awoke in pain. She could hardly move one of her arms. Over the next month, she came into work only two half days. You could see […]

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Are you worried that walking might cause carpal tunnel pain? I recently saw a man walking on the sidewalk. He was obviously walking for exercise. And he looked so uncomfortable! Someone else might not have noticed. Or, maybe they would have, because it was so obvious. The poor guy looked like he was having electric […]

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I wonder if you are sitting down while you are reading this? I’d pretty much bet you are. And, I’ll bet there is a good chance that something is hurting you while you are reading this. How about trying something different? Stand up to read. While you’re at it, reach up to the sky with […]

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Hey! I was reviewing some carpal tunnel information from Wikipedia and it said that carpal tunnel syndrome is idiopathic. “Idiopathic” basically means: no known cause. Well, then, why did we just recently develop carpal tunnel pain as adults? We used our hands and arms even more when we were children. We did more things, used […]

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Something in your hand, wrist or lower arm hurts, and you suspect carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Maybe you even have a doctor’s diagnosis of CTS. But, do you really have CTS? Or, do you have other pain which is in the vicinity of the carpal tunnel? CTS is often misdiagnosed. There are many reasons why […]

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Did you ever think that there may be a simple, logical reason for most of our pain? I’m going to share a secret with you. This is not something most doctors learned in school. That is why they cannot share it with you. The most common reason for pain is, are you ready, muscle imbalance. […]

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