Pain Relief in NYC

Can the brain’s learning curve be a bad thing when it comes to pain? If you have a stimulus from the pain it is perceived by the brain and over time you can develop an efficient pattern for that pain. It’s the same efficient patterns that are developed for people when they type and barely think about typing anymore. Or a violinist who plays a concert or a golfer who has a very efficient swing.

Unfortunately, pain patterns are the same way. It’s called neuroplasticity and basically, it creates a problem when you’re dealing with chronic pain because over time you get more and more efficient at perceiving the pain. So essentially even though the area has healed properly, there may be efficient pathways still telling the mind there may be a problem. Or even if they didn’t heal fully and it shouldn’t feel as painful, it still feels as painful as the first day of the injury. That becomes a huge problem. Recommendations are physical therapy to get the person moving that area so they can create other neural patterns or re-educate the mind on old neural patterns again and make those efficient again to avoid creating or continuing with the neural pattern that’s efficient for pain. Now I know what you’re thinking. You may have tried physical therapy already. But you need a person or a

Recommendations are physical therapy to get the person moving that area so they can create other neural patterns or re-educate the mind on old neural patterns again and make those efficient again to avoid creating or continuing with the neural pattern that’s efficient for pain. Now I know what you’re thinking. You may have tried physical therapy already. But you need a person or a health care provider that is familiar with neuroplasticity and breaking that efficient pattern that causes pain to be perceived higher. Here at Back & Body Medical, we have people who are very familiar with this.






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