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The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

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Can I Do This Alone?
by Lin Jones - Monday, 27 November 2017, 7:37 PM
 

I am 54 years old and suffered from lower back pain fairly consistently between 2004 and 2007. I consulted various local physios, chiropractors, osteopaths and, finally, in late 2006 an orthopaedic surgeon. Nobody could explain the cause of my pain but I was diagnosed (following XRay & MRI) ...

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Official psychosomatic diagnosis
by Stella Polaris - Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 8:42 AM
 
After my strong legs pains had been treated as arthritic for a while, with no improvement at all, I consulted another orthopedic specialist who told me that my knees are ok and that my pains aren't physical as far as she could determine. At that point, I still couldn't see these pains as ...Read the rest of this topic
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Thank you Dr. Schubiner
by Shanon Cooper - Friday, 17 November 2017, 8:15 PM
 

This message is in recognition of Dr. Schubiner's kindness, compassion, and giving of his knowledge and understanding to all of us.  I believe it to be an amazing gift, and I thank you Dr. Schubiner for the time you take and the insight you provide.  I worked extensively in the medical community ...

Read the rest of this topic
(141 words)
 

Site news

Picture of Tim Hutton
The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

Read the rest of this topic
(307 words)
 
Picture of Lin Jones
Can I Do This Alone?
by Lin Jones - Monday, 27 November 2017, 7:37 PM
 

I am 54 years old and suffered from lower back pain fairly consistently between 2004 and 2007. I consulted various local physios, chiropractors, osteopaths and, finally, in late 2006 an orthopaedic surgeon. Nobody could explain the cause of my pain but I was diagnosed (following XRay & MRI) ...

Read the rest of this topic
(479 words)
 
Picture of Stella Polaris
Official psychosomatic diagnosis
by Stella Polaris - Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 8:42 AM
 
After my strong legs pains had been treated as arthritic for a while, with no improvement at all, I consulted another orthopedic specialist who told me that my knees are ok and that my pains aren't physical as far as she could determine. At that point, I still couldn't see these pains as ...Read the rest of this topic
(625 words)
 
Picture of Shanon Cooper
Thank you Dr. Schubiner
by Shanon Cooper - Friday, 17 November 2017, 8:15 PM
 

This message is in recognition of Dr. Schubiner's kindness, compassion, and giving of his knowledge and understanding to all of us.  I believe it to be an amazing gift, and I thank you Dr. Schubiner for the time you take and the insight you provide.  I worked extensively in the medical community ...

Read the rest of this topic
(141 words)
 

Site news

Picture of Tim Hutton
The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

Read the rest of this topic
(307 words)
 
Picture of Lin Jones
Can I Do This Alone?
by Lin Jones - Monday, 27 November 2017, 7:37 PM
 

I am 54 years old and suffered from lower back pain fairly consistently between 2004 and 2007. I consulted various local physios, chiropractors, osteopaths and, finally, in late 2006 an orthopaedic surgeon. Nobody could explain the cause of my pain but I was diagnosed (following XRay & MRI) ...

Read the rest of this topic
(479 words)
 
Picture of Stella Polaris
Official psychosomatic diagnosis
by Stella Polaris - Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 8:42 AM
 
After my strong legs pains had been treated as arthritic for a while, with no improvement at all, I consulted another orthopedic specialist who told me that my knees are ok and that my pains aren't physical as far as she could determine. At that point, I still couldn't see these pains as ...Read the rest of this topic
(625 words)
 
Picture of Shanon Cooper
Thank you Dr. Schubiner
by Shanon Cooper - Friday, 17 November 2017, 8:15 PM
 

This message is in recognition of Dr. Schubiner's kindness, compassion, and giving of his knowledge and understanding to all of us.  I believe it to be an amazing gift, and I thank you Dr. Schubiner for the time you take and the insight you provide.  I worked extensively in the medical community ...

Read the rest of this topic
(141 words)