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The level of pain you feel is not an accurate measurement of severity

Pain does not always equal injury.

Injury does not always equal pain.

Pain is fascinating and mysterious.

It's important to know that it is an output of the brain.

It does not live in the tissues where you feel it.

And, just because you feel pain in a specific location does not mean there is a problem there.

Pain is an expression that can be based on multiple different variables.

And, the level of pain that a person feels is not an accurate measurement of the severity of the problem.

Want to know how to help your clients eliminate pain faster?

Educate them on pain and what it is.

This helps people to not identify with their pain as much.

Knowing that it's just an output and generally controllable to some degree with good lifestyle choices and guidance from a professional, can literally put people on a faster track to getting rid of pain entirely.

I had this conversation today with a young female athlete that has suffered for 7 years with back pain.

Today, for the first time in a while for her, she had no pain after our session!

We talked about pain for a few minutes and I could see the fear literally go away as she gained knowledge on the subject.

Then we slapped high fives!

 

About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

His inspiration stems from more than 10 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.

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GETTING STARTED WITH BRAIN-BASED TRAINING:

Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!