Throughout my career I’ve achieved expertise in understanding the biomechanics of pain – how your movement, posture, and pattern of muscle use allow for healthy, pain-free motion...
Your body takes care of many, many things simultaneously. You just don’t have time to organize how to beat your heart, breathe, and operate your kidneys all at the same time. And...
Latest research on NeuroTactile® Therapy using heart rate variability as an outcome measure.
Exploring the link between fibromyalgia and ADHD
While opioid prescriptions are decreasing, the use of gabapentin and related drugs is increasing. These drugs have their dangers too.
Scientists have uncovered a clue about the metabolism of people with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Craniosacral therapy is the gentlest form of body work that releases restriction of the connective tissues.
Eight effective nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation and pain.
The brain plays a central role in the pain experience.
A link to an article on chronic pain and the potential of “alternative therapies”
Treatment of chronic pain must include changing the established pain patterns in the brain.
An epidemic of poor sleep is walloping the nation’s health. Here’s what you can do about it…
A report at the annual meeting of the American Pain Society describes changes in the brain that correlate with reduced pain after exercise in fibromyalgia sufferers.
It’s not a story about little Timmy having fallen in the well. There’s more than one way a dog can “save your life.”
Transverse friction massage is one of several methods that can jump-start your healing when you have a nagging, chronic problem.
Guest article on biofeedback for chronic pain, from expert author Dr. Lawrence Thomas, Director of The Brain Clinic.
Research on the effects of Neurotactile Therapy shows that it increases blood flow and affects autonomic nervous system regulation.
Pain research at Stanford measures the altered state of the spinal cord as it becomes sensitized from a repeated painful experience.