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Chronic Pain

There is a lot of evidence about the role our emotions and stress levels have in causing chronic pain. Chronic pain is very different to physiological pain, this may mean for example that you've had an injury that has healed but the pain is still there. The brain is effectively stuck in the neural pathway of pain as the tissue has already healed. Additionally there may have been no injury at all, but a traumatic event in which you did not discharge the emotions associated with that event and were left with ongoing 'unexplained' pain. Only when you feel safe will the neural pain pathway be switched off. This pain can also be kept going by ongoing stressful life situations. Discover more about chronic pain here and feel free to contact me to discuss how I may be able to help you with your chronic pain.

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