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Warrior, Mom, and Fiance

Hello World. 

Just was playing around with this blogging site and thought I would blog about myself. Because I know their are plenty of individuals out there in my situation. 46 more words


Classified Research

Fibromyalgia. Chronic pain syndrome. Reflexive Sympathetic Dystrophy. Attention deficit disorder. Depression. Bipolar disorder. Even or maybe especially the autism/Asperger’s spectrum. What is behind the explosion in the diagnoses of these amorphous, hard to define conditions over the past 15-20 years? 194 more words

How Does a Spoonie Get Fit?

So before you leave because you think this is one of those posts about how to work out with chronic pain.


This is not that. 1,058 more words

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Straight, No Chaser: Your Questions About Chronic Pain and Management

Chronic pain and its management are complicated topics, both for sufferers and those who care for them. Thank you for your feedback on the previous post and appreciating the spirit in which the information was provided. 630 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Gotta GET it Done

I suppose there are worse things in the world than to hear you don’t have a disease. Typically, when a person gets the news that their body isn’t betraying them it is a happy occasion. 1,178 more words

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Dr. Michael Cooney and Calmare Therapy Featured in National Pain Report

September 17, 2015

For years, we have been loyal readers of the National Pain Report due to its unique content focus (pain–its origins, causes and, most importantly, how to get rid of it) and willingness to cover emerging therapies to treat neuropathy. 254 more words

Calmare Pain Treatment Therapy

Sticks and stones will break your bones and words will really hurt you: heartbreak and rejection linked to pain centres in brain.

The old adage sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me. Has now been a study of research carried out by the University of California, Los Angeles. 533 more words