Spoiler alert – there is no quick fix when it comes to curing chronic pain. The key to success is consistency and action. Today I am sharing 3 of my top tools when it comes to pain management, so that you can get your back pain under control and get back to living. EDUCATION There…

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Acupuncture is an ancient healing technique that makes use of needles to stimulate a response in the body. In the context of chiropractic, we often use this technique in conjunction with other manual therapies for the purpose of pain relief. Although acupuncture has been used for thousands of years, there has been a significant outpouring…

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Many of you have seen my content diving into the mind-body connection. I am an advocate for the importance of mental health. I am a holistic healthcare provider who has dedicated her career to helping people manage pain using a mind-body approach. I spend a lot of time sharing through story-telling, the experiences of my…

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Last week I had the pleasure of speaking with Rachel Lapidos of Well + Good. Their mission is to decode and demystify what it means to live a well life, inside and out. The articles and resources touch on food and nutrition, holistic health, and fitness tips. Rachel reached out to me seeking information on…

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Are you having a difficult time falling asleep or staying asleep at night due to back pain? Many individuals with back pain show a bi-directional relationship with sleep disturbance. This means that having back pain can make it more difficult to get a good night’s sleep – it may be difficult to fall asleep, or…

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Maybe you are interested in yoga, but you’re not sure where to start. One of my roles as a yoga instructor with a background in healthcare is to provide accessible options to suit different bodies in an effort to reduce barriers to participating in yoga.   In this blog post, I break down one of my…

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Sleep issues are closely related to pain, and showcase something called a bi-directional relationship. This means that sleep issues can lead to back pain, and back pain can cause problems with sleep. If you are not getting the recommended number of hours of sleep, or your sleep quality is poor, it heightens activity in the…

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I’m excited to announce that my 12-week Yoga for Back Pain program is now available online! It combines education, movement and meditation for back pain relief. More than 80% of adults suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. It’s the leading cause of disability worldwide and a condition further aggravated during the coronavirus pandemic…

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