1. What To Look For In A Pain Clinic

    While it might seem like we are beating a dead horse as many times as we have said this, but pain is one of the most commonly experienced medical issues in the world. Some 1.5 billion people worldwide live with chronic pain, with countless others experiencing acute pain from injuries and disease as …Read More

  2. 5 Ways To Prevent The Development Of Lower Back Pain

    Lower back pain is one of the most common physical ailments in the entire world. In fact, close to 80 percent of adults will experience lower back pain at some point in their lifetime, whether that be acute back pain or chronic back pain. It is a common misconception that lower back pain is somethin…Read More

  3. Identifying & Treating Pain

    People that practice medicine and clinical therapies are always looking for innovative new ways to treat pain. New treatments and therapies allow for pain to be treated more efficiently and in non-invasive and non-toxic ways. But before the pain can even be addressed, it must first be actually diagn…Read More

  4. How The NGUI-MATRIX Influenced By The Nguistyle Clinic

    If you have been following your blog you likely know a thing or two about the NGUI-MATRIX by now — but do you know what helped to influence the development of this innovative pain management system? In today’s blog we will be discussing Grandmaster Stanley Ngui’s Nguistyle clinic, and how the …Read More

  5. Pain — Did You Know Some People Experience It Differently?

    Pain is an interesting thing. Everyone knows what pain is — and if they don’t, they have a pretty good idea of what it is. That being said, nobody knows how others experience pain. In fact, as human beings, we tend to just assume that we all feel pain the exact same way. In all likelihood, this …Read More

  6. Home Remedies For Pain Management

    When you find yourself experiencing pain, whether it be chronic or acute, there is one thing on your mind — feeling better fast. That being said, sometimes you might not be able to get an appointment with your preferred clinician or doctor for a couple days — but simply accepting the pain is not…Read More