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Hypochondria and Pain: real Mind-Body Phenomena

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Hypochondria and Pain: real Mind-Body Phenomena

I saw a client tonight who came to see me for hypochondria.   473 more words

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Pain just got harder.

There is a new law going into effect October 6th, 2014 regarding hydrocodone making it a schedule II drug up from a schedule III.  Now a triplicate handwritten prescription from the prescriber, usually a physician, will be required … and there won’t be refills unless you see the doctor again in person. 463 more words

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Ki-Hara Free Style Arms: The Case of the Torn Shoulder Labrum

SLAP tear (Superior Labrum, Anterior to Posterior) is an injury to the cartilage inside the shoulder joint that keeps the humeral head stable in the socket. 139 more words

The THANK YOU letter to my doctor ... AKA a journey to my hysterectomy

<3 Dear Dr. Y,

I had so much more to say than what I wrote in the thank you card I mailed your office.

So, here it is … 1,350 more words

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Self-Hypnosis for Injury, Surgery and Dentistry Part 2 The Hip!

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One of my coolest experiences with self-hypnosis is when I had my hip replaced. 660 more words

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Chronic pain

Remember that most people who try a painkiller will get little benefit from it, but a few will improve quite a bit. When a drug works it’s typically helpful within 2 – 4 wks, so painkillers should be reassessed then & stopped if not working. 403 more words

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CRPS

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is also known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy, Sudek’s atrophy, shoulder-hand syndrome or fracture disease. It consists of disproportionate, debilitating pain in a limb (usually but not always following trauma), associated with neuropathic changes. 493 more words

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