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12 thoughts on “ The Pain Relief Secret: How to Retrain Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, and Overcome Chronic Pain

  1. says:

    The Pain Relief Secret is for anyone experiencing pain and wanting to do something about it. I take Sarah Warren’s online classes on somatics and have been reading her blogs for the last year so I expected this b

  2. says:

    The author does a good job of going over the basics of the body and mind. If you aren't familiar with somatics, she does a good job of explaining them.
    I have exercised regularly for 20 years. I've worked on somatics before, but stopped after several months because I wasn't seeing any results and sometimes felt worse a

  3. says:

    Good information, well presented. I've read a half dozen books with related information from other authors, but I feel like Sarah Warren's book gave me a better grasp and helped me to apply the movements better than other books on this subject. These ideas have been around for a while. I think it is information that is evolving and getting better. To me, it is similar to what many people in Physical Therapy

  4. says:

    Well written with easy to understand anatomy and physiology of muscles. Gives a very interesting historyof the d

  5. says:

    This book is single handedly the most valuable piece of information I’ve learned about the body in a very long time. I’ve spent the past two years trying to understand why I was having chronic pain in my hip, a

  6. says:

    Improve pain by not focusing on it! This was the most eye opening statement, yet so true. As a person who's had intermitte

  7. says:

    I have been waiting all summer for this book and it does not disappoint! I’m only through chapter three so I can’t give a full review but I can say it has been hard to put this book down! I’ve always know chronic musc

  8. says:

    Im doing the entire course and am on the full hour exercise from number one ; this is the only thing in the entire spectrum of physio, orthopedics or fitness that has gotten me upright again and walking ; the orthopedic said I must do it 4 6 hours per day because I have muscle contractures in the back resulting from a Vehicle acc

  9. says:

    One month on from my original review when I was half way through the book. Now I have finished I intend to read it again to benefit further from the advice and guidance; it is very motivating and encourages a positive attitude to your own health you do not need to accept that getting older inevitably means becoming less healthy with poorer posture and movement. My next ambition I think will be to do the Level two course

  10. says:

    Beautifully written and set out in a clear and logical way. Moreover the ideas put forward also make complete sense.
    Sarah explains how the vast majority of muscle and joint pain is driven by stress and also how learned muscular habits can damage the body. The aim of the book and indeed Clinical Somatics is to

  11. says:

    This book is a real lil gem in given you a clear understanding of how your body may be in pain and how to help yourself.
    Am currently doing her online lessons and loving the journey, and noticing so much difference in my body and pain.
    Taking back the power to help ease my pain.
    Its and easy read and definitely

  12. says:

    A brilliantly detailed book. Lots of theory behind the reasons for chronic pain but also full of the practical advice regarding Clinical Somatic Exercises that can help move you forward. Great for clinicians and patients alike.

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read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Sarah Warren

Tics exercises are practiced on your own and in your very own home This is The Pain Relief Secret your key to taking back your body from a lifetime of pain This book is great for anyone who has tried chiropractic treatments naturopathy yoga physiotherapy or massage therapy and still experiences chronic painYou will love this book if you are interested inYoga Pilates massage or meditationNatural healingCuring sciatica TMJ iliopsoas syndrome carpal tunnel syndrome osteoarthritis pain and other common pain conditionsLower back pain reliefCARS Controlled Articular Rotations or FRC Functional Range ConditioningThomas Hanna or Moshe Feldenkrai. Im doing the entire course and am on the full hour exercise from number one this is the only thing in the entire spectrum of physio orthopedics or fitness that has gotten me upright again and walking the orthopedic said I must do it 4 6 hours per day because I have muscle contractures in the back resulting from a Vehicle accident which have pulled my pelvis and spine out of alignment I am so impressed with how Somatics works yoga or Pilates will only reinforce the tightening of the muscles so somatics is the only answer

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 The Pain Relief Secret: How to Retrain Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, and Overcome Chronic Pain

You Can Heal from Chronic PainWe’ve been sold a lie The world tells us that pain is inevitable that our bodies must break down as we age and that there’s nothing we can do about it Researchers develop new drugs to manage our pain; surgeons dream up new techniues to repair worn out joints But we never truly feel betterHere’s the shocking truth The vast majority of the pain that plagues our aging bodies is self inflicted It’s caused by the way we use our bodies every day the way we sit the way we stand the way we walk and run But with simple exercises anybody can learn to heal their chronic musculoskeletal pain and prevent future p. Good information well presented I ve read a half dozen books with related information from other authors but I feel like Sarah Warren s book gave me a better grasp and helped me to apply the movements better than other books on this subject These ideas have been around for a while I think it is information that is evolving and getting better To me it is similar to what many people in Physical Therapy are referring to as Neural Flossing but no matter what you call this type of gentle exercise for pain relief I am becoming a believer When yoga and stretching take you in the opposite direction actually increasing pain and decreasing your flexibility the principals in this book may help I have found relief from lower back pain even though I have only done the movements in a half hearted manner The relief I get makes me think if I slowed down and really followed Sarah s directions carefully I might receive even relief

read ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ Sarah Warren

Ain injury and joint problems from developing The Pain Relief Secret explores the fascinating science of pain and instructs readers in Clinical Somatics a method of neuromuscular education that relieves chronic muscle tightness restores natural posture and movement and eliminates pain all without medication or surgery Students of Clinical Somatics have healed from chronic back pain joint and nerve pain scoliosis and many other common pain conditions all without medication or surgery Best of all Clinical Somatics puts the power in your hands You don’t need special training or expensive repeat visits to a physical therapist Clinical Soma. Well written with easy to understand anatomy and physiology of muscles Gives a very interesting historyof the development of somatic therapy Lastly the exercises are easy to follow I have FAI syndrome femoral acetabulm impingement I did the ileopsoas and posture exercises and I have a NEW BODY or so it feels I have COPD and now I feel like I can really breath

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