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A BRIEF RECAP
THE DISCOVERY OF THE OPIATE RECEPTOR
As a graduate student, Dr. Candace Pert discovered the brain’s opiate receptor (1972) – the cellular site where the body relieves pain. The body has the capacity to reduce and eliminate painful symptoms.
In the book, Your Body Is Your Subconscious Mind, Dr. Pert describes how neuropeptide receptors regulate our human physiology. Neuropeptides are chemical substances made and released by the brain, serving as a form of communication within the entire body. Her model of how these biochemicals flow and resonate has unlocked the secret of how emotions literally transform our health.
TENSION MYOSITIS SYNDROME (TMS)!
Dr. Sarno’s (Physician of Rehab Medicine) most notable achievement is the development, diagnosis, and treatment of tension myoneural syndrome (TMS)- later named Tension Myositis Syndrome. According to Dr. Sarno, TMS is a psychosomatic illness causing chronic back, neck, and limb pain which is not relieved by standard medical treatments. He includes other ailments, such as gastrointestinal problems, dermatological disorders, and repetitive-strain injuries as TMS-related. Dr. Sarno states that he has successfully treated over ten thousand patients at the Rusk Institute at NYU by educating them on his beliefs of a psychological and emotional connection to their pain symptoms.
A 28-Day Program to Unlearn Your Pain
Using cutting-edge research, this book demonstrates that the underlying reason for much chronic pain is nerve sensitization and learned nerve pathways, rather than actual tissue damage. Dr. Schubiner has used this new understanding to develop a unique program to actually reverse pain and research studies support the effectiveness of the program. By reading this book, you’ll be able to determine if you have this type of pain disorder and then learn how to overcome it.
The Discovery of Neuroplastic Pain!
The University of Colorado at Boulder conducted a large randomized controlled study on Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT), and the results were remarkable. By the end of the study, the majority of patients (66%) were pain-free or nearly pain-free. What’s more, these dramatic changes held up over time. The Way Out book was published in 2021 outlining the principles of Pain Reprocessing Therapy which brings accessible science with a concrete, step-by-step plan to teach sufferers how to heal their own chronic pain.
and the story continues