Chronic pain by definition should not exist. Pain is an indication of a tissue in distress. The pain is elicited by the tissue to create awareness of the distress so an intervention can be performed to resolve the distress of the tissue. Once the distress is resolved, the tissue no longer needs to elicit the pain signal and it ceases.
Imagine your fire alarm going off for days on end. Wouldn’t you think that peculiar? That alarm only goes off when a fire exists and you do everything in your power to identify the fire and put it out. Immediately after the fire is extinguished the fire alarm stops. So why do you think it is acceptable that the fire alarm system of the body known as pain continues for any sustained period of time? Only one reason, the fire has not been identified correctly and put out. The tissue in distress is not being identified properly and therefore the right intervention not performed to resolve the distress of the very tissue eliciting your symptoms.
Chronic pain is an oxymoron simply because pain should never be chronic. If you understand this then you will have to reject the existing medical system and its false use of the MRI to identify the tissue in distress eliciting your symptoms. Clearly with all the treatment you receive and specialists you see, the signal is still going off and therefore the wrong tissue continues to be treated.
The Yass method is the only method that interprets the body’s presentation of symptoms to identify the tissue in distress emitting those symptoms. In over a quarter of a century of treating pain I have proven that in more than 95% of cases that tissue is muscle. These types of causes cannot show up on diagnostic tests and there is no medical specialty educated or trained to identify them.
To get more information about the Yass method, go to www.mitchellyass.com. To contact me with questions or to make an appointment for treatment email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t remain in pain. Clearly if you are being treated and suffering from chronic pain, that practitioner does’t understand that pain was never supposed to be anything but acute.