Most individuals feel that, inevitably, everybody experiences some sort of chronic pain. We’ve been acculturated to believe that pain is our only problem, and when we eliminate pain then all our troubles are over. We’ve learned that the principal solution we need so as to live with pain is medication to minimize pain. We tend to treat conditions that cause pain like the pain is the cause of the problem.

Let’s understand it

Therefore, if we only eliminate the pain with that condition, then our capacity to live with the illness will probably be adequate for quality living. If you or I were to visit many caregivers in physical medicine, like an orthopedist, chiropractor, physical therapist, massage therapist, athletic coach – we might say, “My throat hurts; my back hurts; my feet hurt.” The answer that we would expect to get is, “I will help you to get rid of the pain.” Even if the health practitioner says, “Your back hurts because you’ve got these other issues,” our tendency is to just continue treatment for the pain until that pain goes away.

Then we quit treatment even if the health professional can do more for us to stop that pain from returning. As a consequence of our human tendencies, we attempt to respond to pain with temporary solutions that influence our understanding of the issues that cause pain. We must expand our perspective so as to genuinely comprehend the nature of chronic pain. For now, consider the notion that issues cause pain. Embrace the risk that our fundamental condition of being is supposed to be enjoyment, liberty, and vitality.


Whenever our body has a restriction on its ability to have freedom of movement, there might be a negative impact on our physiological processes. Also, if there isn’t sufficient strength and/or versatility, we might experience pain or distress. Whenever we aren’t experiencing freedom and pleasure from our own bodies, then there’s an issue. What has to be done in order to restore the critical integrity of the structural support system of the body?

Let’s look at the things which take away our physical liberty, pleasure, and aliveness.

  • Bone misalignment – When bones aren’t lined up perfectly, there’ll be joint wear and tear and loss of motion.
  • Loss of Free Movement – It may result in an imbalanced load on muscles and joints.
  • Tension Imbalance – It will lead to overwork on weaker muscles.
  • Poor Use – When a person has an ergonomically inefficient way of working, work and weight is distributed to the erroneous areas of the body. Over time this results in muscular and joint wear and tear.
  • Posture Implosion – The body begins to fall in on itself because there is not a sufficient quantity of flexibility and power to keep the body aligned and free to move.
  • Physiological Imbalances – A compacted ribcage will exert pressure on hollow organs, which may increase blood pressure cause altered body chemistry, menstrual cramps, or stomach issues. Pressure on the stomach can affect gas in the stomach and intestines. A lack of movement can influence the flow of lymph fluid that could influence immune system strength, and might impact the passage of fluid during the menstrual cycle.
  • Obstruction, because of an internal expansion – Could lead to pressure in a confined space or limit the physiological function of an organ.

Consider this

Consider a normal suspension bridge. It’s its towers and columns of support, its street bed and cross members who tie two pillars of support collectively. The integrity of the steel as well as the cable system collectively allow for dynamic and support responsiveness to weather, temperature, barometric pressure changes, in addition to weight-support of the bridge itself and the vehicles traveling across the bridge.

With this understanding, you can make this assertion: Why is a suspension bridge wholesome is a balanced cable assembly, supported by a sturdy and lively frame. The framework and the cable assembly are truly two fundamental facets of the identical mechanism. One can’t coexist in a dynamic environment with no other. Our bodies have a similar procedure. Structurally, we’ve got our support beams in the kind of our bones. But we also have our cable system in the kind of our muscles, tendons, and myofascial meridians.

Like rivets between the support beams of a bridge, we now have our ligaments between the bones, which allow for movement but also provide structural integrity. Just like in a suspension bridge, even if among those cross-beams or cable systems is out of equilibrium, is too thick, has too much pressure, or has an accident or disaster occur, that suspension bridge will automatically respond and can not maintain its integrity without anything breaking down.

Structural chronic pain

It usually happens because there’s some misalignment or imbalance somewhere in our body. There might also be a constellation of different issues that occur due to the misalignment. Our bodies are designed to give us pleasure as a byproduct of our orientation, strength, breath, endurance, and freedom of movement. What has to be addressed is structural distress and tension equilibrium including restoring muscle elasticity for freedom of motion. With all those things amply balanced, your own body becomes a pleasure generating system. With each kind of misalignment or imbalance, you might require a professional whose primary focus is bringing relief to imbalances or accidents which happen in one specific place.

Many of our medical care providers have conjugated within these specialties and sub-specialties. Frequently, a professional of any area has a propensity to focus on the role and breakdown that only happens in their one specialization. However this might not be a broad enough perspective of the entire being to bring about long-term improvement. Second, we’ve got a propensity to feel that our problems can only be repaired by somebody else or their remedies. We think we don’t have any significant role to play in the resolution of the problem. We’ve got a propensity to feel that having our difficulty is inevitable, and we should learn how to live with our problem regardless of the price tag. What we do in Reposturing is determine where imbalances exist in someone’s full body.

On your first assessment appointment, we would like to understand what physical activities you participated in during your life. We’re considering any injuries, surgeries, illnesses or conditions, in addition to the physical needs of your job and much more. All these situations have an impact on your experience of the body. When we know the byproduct of your chronic pain and what conditions exist in your life, it is going to help us know how to help, if we could at all.

Keep in mind

Unfortunately, for those people suffering from chronic pain, there’s the continuous influence of the physical demands of work. Sitting at your desk for a substantial amount of time may affect your experience of chronic pain because there is not enough movement for the entire body to keep itself healthy. The practice of sitting in a seat cuts off flow to the body and might result in low back pain, high blood pressure, and other physiological issues. With chronic pain, you need to ascertain the character of the origin of present problems, symptoms and conditions.

For your Posturist or Reposturing practitioner, we determine which one of these symptoms is your beginning point. The part that hurts on the body the most is not necessarily the part which should find the most attention. Someone with low back pain will typically be addressed by performing a facilitated series of stretches on the front and inner thigh muscles. A individual with upper back pain will typically undergo treatment on the torso, arms, and shoulders. A individual with neck pain may find us working on their arms and shoulders over their neck itself.

Follow-on exercises

These are essential to reverse the initial imbalance which might have resulted in chronic pain. For instance, once we have upper back pain, the remedy is more power in the upper back and more flexibility at the front of the torso and shoulders. The resting position of the shoulder is behind the midline with the middle edges of the shoulder blades near the spine. For low back pain, the remedy is stretching for the front of their thighs and inner thighs. Back strength is vital. Often, what we’re missing is flexibility in the deep muscles of the trunk.

Applying Reposturing treatment to the hips also works for men and women who have chronic feet problems. With greater alignment, the balance gets better and foot discomfort generally reduces. The toes are free to give balance and stability and support in motion. For people experiencing chronic pain, Reposturing opens up a chance to finish the control your affliction has over your life. If your back has been hurting you for years, the back pain owns your life. If our jaw hurts, we handle our everyday lives around that jaw pain.

Chronic pains keep you from engaging fully with your loved ones, having a complete night’s rest, from enjoying professional and social activities. Vanessa M. came in with chronic fatigue syndrome. Besides her chronic fatigue syndrome, she had chronic pain in her jaw, shoulders, and low back. For this lady, we supplied a Reposturing remedy to restore flexibility to her shoulders and buttocks and arms. This helped create the basis for release of chronic tension in her jaw, neck, head, low back, legs, and feet. When we restored her uprightness and freedom of movement, much of her pain subsided.


It is a key to getting your life back. It’s a key to getting the freedom to say”yes” to your involvement in activities, functions, and duties that are important to your life. It’s a vital element to creating a feeling of wholeness, pleasure and fulfillment as a human being. Successful treatment of chronic pain may lead to some welcome surprises. For instance, Carolyn came in for shoulder and neck pain. We did a Reposturing treatment on her chest, shoulders and neck.

By surprise, her vertigo (chronic dizziness) subsided and never came back. Kathleen’s buttocks were so misaligned that she had been experiencing chronic pain in the groin region. As a consequence of the new flexibility in her deep hip and low back muscles, her pelvic bones spontaneously went back into alignment and the pain went away. Many physicians are frustrated by a lack of resources to produce positive and satisfactory outcomes for their patients that are dealing with chronic pain.


Reposturing empowers the physical medicine professionals of tomorrow to educate patients on how and why they’re suffering from their affliction. Reposturing also offers an effective self-care source to recommend for patients. The Reposturing view enables the health and health specialist in physical medicine to have effective outcome-based medication. A few years back, a wellness organization conducted a study on hospital patient satisfaction. They discovered that many of their patients goes in to be treated for a health issue, and their patients could leave with no remedy to that problem.

They had a propensity to live with that issue and blame it on the medication which didn’t work. The organization’s response was a push toward”outcome-based” medication. This gave rise to the industry-wide emphasis on outcome-based medication. The days are changing for the traditional medical care system. People have many tools, including their exercise teachers, etc.. There’ll continue to be millions of people for whom medication is their only choice to handle their chronic pain. However, there are a substantial number of people who wish to take control of their chronic pain. Reposturing provides a source for this community with long lasting positive results.