Q&A: Can I use the TMS approach with acute (short term) symptoms?
Answer by David Schechter, MD
With a normal x-ray, three weeks of back pain, and a doctor's reassurance that the pain appears to be from a 'strain' or benign in nature, using the self-reflection, emotional survey, etc. of the TMS model are highly appropriate. Worry perpetuates pain, positivity enables healing. Thinking psychologically is the route to relief...
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