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Day 1 - it worked before can it work again?

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by Alex1994, Jul 30, 2021.

  1. Alex1994

    Alex1994 Newcomer

    New to this programme, a little bit about my story:

    Around three years ago (aged 24) I suddenly developed right knee pain potentially from the gym (unsure) Over the course of the next month it got so painful I had to use a wheel chair to get around. Fast forward a couple months and the pain spread to my lower back and upper back. It was so debilitating that I got 3 months leave from work (work which I absolutely hated and caused me so much stress).

    After an MRI on my knee, spine and a few months of PT I stumbled across John Sarno, his books and from there the curable app. I believe I was very fortunate to come across his theories so early on in my pain journey. I immediately believed that my pain was caused by suppressed emotions. I began to read more around TMS, meditate and work through the curable app. Two months later I was completely pain free.

    However my story doesn’t stop there as about 8 months later I started to experience left hip pain that occasionally radiated down my leg. An MRI has confirmed a very small tear in my hip labrum.
    Its been a year and I have had no improvement. I I’m trying to come to terms with maybe the pain isn’t due to the tear but instead is TMS again.

    This time I have doubt - the MRI shows I have a tear. Is it possible this is a relapse? I’m hoping this time a more structured approach may be the solution to get rid of the pain longer term.

    So im wondering has anyone else experienced a relapse and questioned if it was TMS?

    thanks! ❤️

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