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Dr. Linda Bluestein To Open ‘Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists’ on December 11th, 2017

“Restoring physical function and overall well-being” About Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists, S.C.: Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists, S.C. provides “compassionate, expert care for adults and teens suffering from persistent pain utilizing an integrative approach – healing oriented medicine that takes into account the whole person. Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists specializes in treating Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes and related disorders such as hypermobility spectrum disorder.” Read more here. Services: “Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists, S.C. (WIPS) serves adult and teen patients and treats a full range of painful issues with compassionate, expert care. Chronic pain can be difficult to treat and may be due to...

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‘A Chronic Pain–Management Conference for Healthcare Professionals – Shifting the Paradigm’ – Integrated Health Conference for Medical Professionals

‘A Chronic Pain–Management Conference for Healthcare Professionals – Shifting the Paradigm’ – by Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Click conference info and registration link for more information. One of the concerns among EDS providers is the idea that chronic pain is viewed as a disease by many mainstream medical providers and even those in the integrative health and wellness community. The problem is that most providers do not look at the cause of the pain. A good example – my knee may be hurting because it’s dislocating or I have a damaged nerve or I have arthritis. Each of...

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Oska Pulse – An Surprising Chronic Pain Ally from a Great Company

“I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.” I first heard of magnet therapy when I was an intern at Fitness for Health while studying Public Health/Health Education and Exercise Physiology in college. My boss, the owner and founder of Fitness for Health, wore magnet bracelets based on their perceived health benefits. I remember reading about how magnets may or may not help the body, and while...

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Nope, did not have the MELT Method or Yoga Tune Up®, but now I do!

When you teach #Just5Minutes classes 2x a week live on your foundation’s Facebook page, and you are now holding a weekly movement and mindfulness-based program and support group, you feel obligated to purchase and “try” the various movement programs that say they help people manage chronic pain. Or, maybe it’s just an excuse, so my husband doesn’t say, “don’t you have enough workout stuff already?” Nope, did not have the MELT Method or Yoga Tune Up®, but now I do! My other excuse? These will be perfect for the Life Hacks table at Wellapalooza 2017! EDS Wellness’ “Just 5...

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Chronic Pain Management with TechCare Mini Massager Tens Unit – A Product Review

“I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. “ I’ve written before about how much I loathe long car rides, and how much sitting too long can often flare chronic pain — specifically, leg pain for me. If you aren’t familiar with my “car yoga”-while-on-a-long-car-ride-because-of-chronic-pain story, you can go here to read it. I’ve also written about how sitting too long can cause your butt to...

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