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Dr. Arnan Sisson, PT / Jan 20, 2023 What Does Life After Chronic Pain Look Like? When people have lived in chronic pain for  a long time, they tend to only think about the pain, but not what comes next. When you're just focused on getting rid of the pain as your end goal, then there's a slim-to-none chance of you ever getting there. Your brain replays the pain over and over, and reinforces the thought that "I'm in pain," or "This pain is really bad", or "What if the pain never goes awa...
Posted on 2023-01-20
Dr. Arnan Sisson, PT| January 12, 2023 Are you worried that you’re not moving around as easily as you used to? Losing mobility as you age is a scary thought for some people. Not being able to do basic things such as walk the dog, jobs around the house and going out with friends is a huge loss to someone who has been independent for many years. However, it’s not all doom and gloom! We’ve spoken to hundreds of patients who have experienced poor mobility and have been to...
Posted on 2023-01-12
BY DR. ARNAN SISSON 22 MARCH 2019 When someone has an ache or pain the first thought that comes to mind in most cases is “wow this thing hurts like crazy, I need to “take it easy” for a few weeks.” And to an extent this is most definitely right; When you develop an ache or pain it would be smart to lower your activity and ice the area frequently for a day or two. But that’s it. In most cases “taking it easy” longer than this can actually make your pa...
Posted on 2019-03-22
BY DR. ARNAN SISSON 01 FEBRUARY 2019 Very often when a person has back pain two things happen. The first is sensitivity. The back is very sensitive to movement, and this leads to quick flare ups of pain. The second problem that arises from back issues is deconditioning. Because you’re not feeling great, you end up walking less and may even get rid of exercise as a whole for months. A great way to begin the process of rehabbing your back is to build up gentle movement. Walking is great...
Posted on 2019-02-01
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