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6 Myths About Body Pain
MYTH #1: I Threw My Back Out Again
I’ve taught hundreds of thousands of people about the painful effect of internal scar tissue and the instant pain relief from the Wolfe Deep Tissue treatment approach. When people tell me what’s wrong, they almost always say something like, “I was doing this or that when I threw my back out.”
Usually, some physical activity or even a simple twist or a turn will trigger back pain when we unknowingly accumulate scar tissue in our joints, muscles, nerves and organs, like picking up a heavy object, sneezing, bending over, or getting out of bed. People think, “Well, since I didn’t have pain before the activity, then the activity must be the cause of my pain.” As you’ll see the cause is deeper than this and much older then we are taught to believe.
A physical activity can trigger a pain episode, but it’s not the ‘fuel’ that creates this fire, it’s the underlying scar tissue that binds us, choking and strangling our joints, muscles, nerves and vital organs. If you don’t get rid of the underlying problem, then any number of things can “trigger” the pain. As long as we treat the pain as the cause, we will always remain in treatment.
Myth #2: This Current Pain Isn’t Related To Previous Pain
If you experienced pain in the same area two months ago and another today, if you’re like most the population you have been taught to believe they are unrelated. Perhaps the last time it happened because you sneezed. This time you were moving furniture or getting in or out of the car.
For most people, the trigger that causes their body pain is different on different occasions. Naturally, they associate the “cause” to the trigger and believe these painful episodes are unrelated. It is a proven fact that the majority of health professional’s refuse to look at the obvious, almost all reoccurring body pain is caused by the same underlying problem–even if each pain episode has a different trigger. The true cause is and always will be internal scar tissue.
Myth #3: Being Overweight Is A Major Cause Of Body Pain
Being overweight can contribute to body pain, but in most instances, it’s only a minor cause. The major cause of body pain is internal scar tissue, which has been caused by a diet based on sugar, refined carbs and processed. This internal scar tissue formation is formed because of the ongoing inflammation, which leads to the excessive scar tissue formation creating muscle, nerve and joint pain that eventually cripples and debilitates the overweight population.
Myth #4: People Who Have No pain, Have No Scar Tissue
Grandpa has no pain but he is as stiff as a board or how about weight lifters who walk with restricted movements. This is their muscles and joints numbed out and tied in knots due to the over accumulation of internal scar tissue. We see thousands of people who believe that the chiropractor, physiotherapist, massage therapist or whatever therapist has healed them because they have no pain until the next time they do. Unless the internal scar tissue within your body is opened up and released and the patient taught what a correct lifestyle is to prevent and eliminate the scar tissue from reoccurring then expect unnecessary pain, stiffness and pre-mature aging like Grandpa and Grandma.
Myth #5: People Who Are Active Are More Likely To Have Less Body Pain
Because active people are usually stronger than inactive people, it’s believed that they are less likely to have injuries, which would cause muscle, joint or nerve pain. Surprisingly, that’s not true at all. In fact, the opposite is true–people who are more active suffer from more pain, strains and tears due to the fact that they usually have a larger amount of internal scar tissue within their body’s tissues and joints. The majority of active people are not properly trained when it comes to their physical wellbeing and when injured, are mis-treated when practitioners who are unaware of internal scar tissue. If the internal scar tissue is not addressed and correctly dealt with, you will find them sitting on the sidelines more often.
Myth #6: The Best Thing For Back Pain Is Bed Rest And Exercise
Body pain can cause you limited mobility and bed rest, but in the long run, too much bed rest can actually cause more pain. Yes, many practitioners try to use stretching; toning exercises and manipulation to relieve the pain but this usually only creates more scar tissue that eventually deadens the pain making you think you have been healed. But this eventually leads to more inflammation, pain, internal scar tissue formation and tearing of muscles, joints and ligaments in the future. Faster and permanent healing can only take place when you treat the root cause. First, open up the scar tissue with ‘Wolfe Deep Tissue’ to increase blood, lymph and nerve supply thus detoxifying and restoring the tissues. You will experience instant results. This being increased range of motion, flexibility, strength and tone. Second, train the patient on how to eliminate and prevent further inflammation, now you have the cure. Third, offer a money back guarantee to prove your point. Welcome to the future of health care.