This one takes more spoons, so you’ll have to decide if it’s worth it for you.
These guidelines were controversial within the medical community itself because, well, they recommend against the use of pain medications due to a lack of evidence that they are effective AND that many of them can be addictive.
Cross body and towel stretches for shoulders and upper back!
What’s the easiest shot in (mini) golf?
Your fourth putt.
yoga poses this week are: recline butterfly and a butterfly forward fold.
A good way to get some exercise when you have chronic pain or illness is with a little bike ride!
If you’re anything like me, you may have wondered why pain medications aren’t working well. Aren’t giving the relief we’re told they should. I’ve been taken off NSAIDs because they hurt my stomach – has this happened to you to? I’ve been offered opioids after surgery but decided against it for fear of addiction even though I’ve been in a lot of pain – do you relate?
This week we’re exploring golf as an option to incorporate some movement as chronic pain/illness warriors.
Have you tried swimming as your source of exercise yet?
Struggling with pain or tightness in your low back? Try these 2 yoga poses and see if that helps!