Neuroscience research proves that pain resides in the brain. When pain is persistent and continues beyond a 6 month period after an injury has occurred then we need to look at what is happening in the brain. So how do you change pain?
Typically six months after an injury our tissues have healed. Yet persistent or recurring pain beyond this point is very common.
Ron Melzack developed the Neuromatrix theory and coined the word neurosignature. When our brain develops a pain neurosignature, a mass of neural networks in the brain that create a pain output, that neurosignature divides into two pathways. One that produces the perception of pain and one that produces a corresponding motor response.
The good news is that we can change those neurosignatures that perpetuate our pain.
What can be learned can be unlearned.
The brain is fabulously plastic, and neurons that fire together can wire together.
When we apply an active, self-driven approach to re-educating our brains
we can change our pain.
Seeking treatment that happens to us, is ineffective in addressing persistent pain, as it does not require us to be “active in the process”.
Our methodology teaches pain sufferers how to take a multi-faceted approach to re-organizing the neurosignatures that perpetuate pain, soothing the central nervous system and improving overall strength and function.
Participants typically experience a 50 to 90% reduction in their pain over 6 weeks when they commit to the Resolve Pain Guru Methodology.
We teach how to use the cortex of the brain, to pay attention, sense and feel, and compare and contrast sensation after providing a stimulus to the body.
Somatic Nervous System
The way to healing is conscious dedicated retraining and relearning involving our Somatic Nervous System and brain – other approaches will only serve to provide temporary relief.
Wanna learn how to retrain your brain and change your pain? We invite you to check out our Low Back Pain and Stress and Fatigue Videos today. Start learning firsthand.
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