Types of Pain Part 4: Joint Pain

Types of Pain Part 4: Joint Pain

Types of Pain Part 4: Joint Pain If you read the first part of this quadrilogy titled Types of Pain Part 1: Bone Pain, you may be expecting some overlapping information in this piece regarding joint pain.  This is true, as joint issues can eventually travel from their...
Types of Pain Part 3: Nerve Pain

Types of Pain Part 3: Nerve Pain

Types of Pain Part 3: Nerve Pain Nerve pain, when compared to bone and muscle pain, is pretty complicated. When a nerve becomes irritated, the transmission of messages from the brain to the rest of the body is disrupted.  This irritation can lead to impairments in...
Child Health Day

Child Health Day

Child Health Day Today is the first Monday of October, meaning National Child Health Day has arrived!  This special day has been recognized since the year 1928, and it’s observed to bring attention to the care all children require to lead healthy lives. Have you...
What to Expect from Your Myofascial Release Session

What to Expect from Your Myofascial Release Session

What to Expect from Your Myofascial Release Session Although Myofascial Release (MFR) is a form of bodywork with similarities to massage, it is unique in fundamental ways. For this reason, I will take the guesswork out of it for you and outline what you can expect...
Types of Pain Part 2: Muscular Pain

Types of Pain Part 2: Muscular Pain

Types of Pain Part 2: Muscular Pain Myalgia, also known as muscular pain, is the medical term used to describe aches and tenderness found in the muscle bellies, tendons, and ligaments.  In the previous blog Types of Pain Part 1: Bone Pain, it’s sometimes difficult to...
Types of Pain Part 1: Bone Pain

Types of Pain Part 1: Bone Pain

Types of Pain Part 1: Bone Pain Bone pain is sometimes hard to differentiate from muscle pain.  Both types affect similar parts of the body, and they can vary in intensity from mild to extreme.  In most cases, bone pain is accompanied by a sharper, deeper, and more...