Re: Ask a Physiotherapist: Best MOVEment Activities for People with Pain (June 1)
Has anyone read the book of Heal Pelvic Pain by Amy Stein? I have seen it recommended and I guess it may be a slightly different approach than AHIP so I think it is good to read, but before buying it I would like to hear some opinions about this book?
Any help will be apprecited.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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Daily movement is vital to improving the quality of life for people living with pain. However, many of us have limitations and can't participate in a typical 5km run or walk style fundraiser. Many of these types of events also take place in major cities, excluding those not able to be there in person. That's why, for the 2nd year, we're inviting you to participate in our fun, inclusive, health-focused MOVEment Day on June 11, 2017.
No matter where you live or what your physicial abilities are, you can get involved to raise awareness about chronic pain and to raise money to support those living with pain.
Share your ideas, planned activities, photos, and videos for MOVEment Day 2017 on our social channels using #PainBCMOVEment; we can't wait to see what you do!
How to get MOVING on Sunday, June 11!
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It's completely crazy that this was written 4 years ago and still the FDA doesn't deliver any concrete regulation for the CBD Industry.
We've also got a whole section on paced activities to help you reach your movement goals. We've partnered with the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (http://www.cirpd.org/) to bring you some webinars that could help, including this one on exercising and chronic pain.
Check out our other resources on activities on Live Plan Be! Then "check-in" on your Action Plan and track your progress under our "Manage My Pain" tab.
If you like, you can let us know here on the Forum how you are doing. If you are running into challenges, do not feel discouraged - it can take time.
I am from Mississauga. A few years ago, I had back surgery. After the surgery, I was suffering from constant aching in my back. And even now, I am struggling with this chronic pain. My doctor provided me with painkillers and other medications. But the effect was temporary.
I was researching online about post-surgical pain management treatments and came to know about chiropractor care in Mississauga. I called them. As it is lockdown time, they are only providing emergency services like chiropractic treatments. By God's grace, I got an appointment. I don't know whether I will be benefited from it or not. Has anyone here ever been to a chiropractor after back surgery? What was your experience? Is it safe? Kindly do share your views and suggestions on this.
Re: Parenting in pain...
I came across this article that was published in the Huffington Post a few days ago titled, "6 things I want other chronic pain moms to know" and was touched by the encouraging words. It is a well-written and humbling article, and it made me think of @Adri and other parents caring for their children while managing their chronic pain.
What are your experiences parenting with chronic pain?
When I had such a situation, I tried to talk to people I work with. Nothing worked, so I changed the workplace
National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that more than 19 million US citizens, age 12 and older, had some sort of addiction problem in 2017. During the same year, 4% of American adolescents suffered from the same disease.
Besides the fact that addiction is treatable, especially if the treatment is right, people with substance use disorder can try different treatments, if their situation allows it. Some individuals will receive long-term residential treatment with enough time to survive the withdrawal and learn important strategies for future steps. Others will have better results with less restrictive outpatient rehabilitation programs, especially in the case of mild addiction. AddictionResource is the site where you can find help and more info.
My mom underwent eye surgery on both eyes at seperate times..her one eye was dry and sore for a few mi the after, but eventually cleared up to being normal..during that time she was under some stress and wasn't getting proper sleep..her eye dr said it was normal just usually not that long.. she does use tears regularily now that she's in her 80's and has had further surgery on both eyes for cataracts. Hope that helps.
Rinse and gargle with warm salt water as often during the day as you remember to do it. Especially before bed so the salt can heal your sore throat all night while you sleep.
Re: Can you share your experiences?
I am Via and I think I've been suffering from depression and I've been dealing with it for a few months ago. And a friend told me that have I try Marijuana as an alternative relief then my husband gives a pot then I felt something inside me that I've never been felt before. At first, my breathing was difficult because I don't smoke but later on, I coped with it. now we're doing research and I've read an article about this strain blimburnseeds.com/grizzly-purple-kush-auto/ and found seeds.
Hey thanks for sharing that. My friend is also going through a similar condition.
On October 27, 2016 on CBC, The Nature of Things aired a show on a discussion on the brain and healing with Dr. Norman Doidge, author of the book, The Brain's Way of Healing.
The documentary discussed how science and medicine are looking at the brain in different ways and discovering ways to treat permanent, lifelong and even life-threatening ailments and diseases.
You can watch the episode on the CBC website.
What were your thoughts on the episode? Have you read Dr. Doidge's book?
No, when I use it everything is fine. But you can try to find a solution on cannasos.com
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Please read this article - it might help you understand how cbd is helping with pain relief
I was looking for a right marijuana strain that could help me with my chronic back pain. I'm suffering from it for almost 2 months now I just don't know if it's connected to my work since I'm sitting more or less 9 hours. I came across this marijuana strain https://blimburnseeds.com/cannabis/america-feminized/chemdawg-4 This is the first time that I would be taking medical marijuana I'm not sure if this would be effective with my back pain. Also is there any other way of using it medically?
Hi! I'm sorry to hear about your struggle. I usually find walking and yoga to be helpful, but I can't do those things right now. However, I have found deep breathing exercises (introductory videos for pranayama yoga) to be really helpful, as well as using a rubber massage mallet to "tenderize" my quad muscles as I can't get into a position to stretch them properly. When they're really tight they make my back pain worse.
Anyhow, if you're interested in some breathing exercises and guided meditation, I'm not sure what your resources are like but the website below has been a great resource for me over the years, though use it with caution for sure,and meet yourself where your back is at.
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