Have you been suffering from chronic pain for years and are at your wit’s end after having tried every therapy imaginable to resolve it? Well maybe, Biomechanics is for you.
The Biomechanics Method is a chronic pain alleviation process that was developed by Justin Price, who is one of the world’s top corrective exercise experts and a musculoskeletal assessment professional. This systemic process combines several scientifically proven treatments to banish chronic pain and give effective pain relief: the corrective exercises work on the body, combined with life-coaching sessions that work on the mind, in order for the brain to release your body’s natural pain relieving abilities.
The Biomechanics method is a holistic approach to pain relief; according to Price, the only way to banish conditions such as chronic back pain is to make a detailed assessment of what the root cause of the pain can be, perform exercises that are developed from the scientific field of biomechanics and kinesiology to correct any problems, and deal with the psychological side of pain by learning how to incorporate new coping skills.
For people who have been suffering from chronic pain for years and have been visiting their family doctor, this method may be what will finally discover the cause of the chronic pain. In regular doctor’s visits, the physician may not have time to discuss in detail the nature of the pain, and rather than find a cure the doctor will most likely suggest that the solution will lie with painkillers to mask the pain. How many people have been told that they’ll need to “learn to live with the pain” and have been handed a bottle of painkillers or a prescription for something heavier than OTC medication? Well, the Biomechanics method may be an alternative method of effective pain relief and could very well get rid of the pain for good.
The goal of Biomechanics is to eliminate pain and regain function so that patients can go back to an active lifestyle. What makes biomechanics special, according to practitioners and patients alike, is the fact that musculoskeletal structures are evaluated for physical issues, and specific, individualised corrective exercises are designed for the patient to target and eliminate pain. Exercises are also prescribed so that the patient regains function in the afflicted area. The basic philosophy is that misalignments can cause an entire host of problems in a person’s body; once these misalignments are corrected, the body will reset itself to a healthy state, bringing effective pain relief that works faster than other methods of alleviating pain.
The Biomechanics method, which was co-developed by Mary Bratcher, a client communication expert and specialist in the identification of psychological stressors that contribute to chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system, is a mind-body method of pain relief. While the physical treatment of the problem is taking place, patients also undergo life coaching sessions in order to discover if their pain may be triggered by stress or emotional issues. Extensive communication between practitioner and patient is strongly encouraged so that all sources of pain can undergo correction.
The Biomechanics method is worth consideration if you are searching for effective pain relief and feel that painkillers aren’t working for you.
We’d love to hear from you if you have come across this therapy – what were the results of treatment, how long did the treatments go for, how long did the effects of treatment last?