Chronic low back pain is the most common and important clinical, social, economic, and public health problem of all chronic disorders. There is a need for improvement to help reduce chronic pain and learn how to manage it. Contemporary pain neuroscience that I use to help persistent chronic low back pain includes
- Identification of central nervous system pain (brain memories of pain) vs actual lower back region pain
- Decreasing chronic inflammation in the body and in the brain itself (Glia cell activation or gliopathy) using laser therapy, extracorporal shockwave therapy and nutrition;
- Improving sleep (poor sleep can increase pain and anxiety);
- Optimize gentle movement therapy to your capacity
My main goals for you include decreasing pain, improvements in coping with pain symptoms, decrease the threatening nature of pain, anxiety, and cognitive speed. I am a specialist in teaching patients how to move again without that “dangerous’ or fear-memory taking over.
If you suffer from chronic low back pain feel free to call for an appointment at 310-444-9393