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tight psoas , hip flexors

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Helen, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. quasar731

    quasar731 Well known member

    Yes armor yourself with patience, tolerance and lots of love for self while you are sojourning through the TMS highway. There are lots of things that will distract you, it is ok to fall for them, just bring yourself back gently every time and ensure that you see improvements. The latter will help you to start on course. I have sTMS in my shoulders and neck. But I must say that I have seen a great improvement in the last few months. This is encouraging. Keep up the good work!
     
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  2. Helen

    Helen Peer Supporter

    How beautiful you write .I have never been part of any online educational /support group and I am surprised and just so delighted by the comments, suggestions and support that you all give so freely. Many thanks ! Be well .
     
  3. quasar731

    quasar731 Well known member

    Many thanks Helen, I too have found a great source of encouragement and companionship in this website We do not just have a common goal (getting physically healthier) but we almost share an unique identity, that of people who suffer mostly silently and yet we are successful beings in our personal circles. We thank Forest and everyone with him in this forum that works to keep the place a ground conducive to personal growth and wholesomeness. I think people who suffer pain and are in search of a betterment, somehow are people that are prepared to do what it takes (as in good) to get there. And in the way of getting there, we are becoming better human beings, better souls and needless to mention, better bodies, in terms of less pain.
    Go well Helen!
     
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  4. Helen

    Helen Peer Supporter

    Well, I had a appt with Dr .Schecter here in L.A. who is a sports MD and TMS specialist. He confirmed I probably have TMS. After I saw him my symptoms worsened which is symptomatic of TMS. (haha )Acceptance is key to healing. This is so strange and yet empowering to know I can and will heal myself. Wondering how you all are doing. Dr.Schecter confirmed all the comments and support I have garnered here, ie that healing is not linear , that the pain while exercising won't cause damage , etc...even though I have Dr.Schribners book "Unlearn your pain" (which I have not read only been listening to CD) I purchased Dr.Schecter's work book as well , since I am seeing him. And I did find the structured program on this site very helpful even though I stopped. I believed once I understood the issue the pain would cease. It has improved except for yesterday after Doc's visit , which tell's me I need to continue and welcome the support of this forum. Looking forward to total health and healing for all !
     
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