When Anger Increases Your Back Pain, Try EFT My most recent article addressed the challenge that arises with giving a diagnosis to a patient. When a person is labeled, they often feel they are sentenced to certain pre-existing outcomes and a prognosis for recovery that is already established. The patient discovers all manner of information… Read More »
After 22 years as a chiropractor, I have no doubt that most of my patients’ symptoms have their origins in more than just the obvious physical causes. There is nearly always more involved than a patient having “slept wrong” or “moved the wrong way.”
Every day I take patient histories, I’m told what they think caused their headache or sciatic pain. When I inquire deeper, I will often uncover a significantly stressful event that occurred prior to the onset of their pain.