Rethinking pain with neurofunction
"If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
In what ways does our brain affect our reality? Neuroreality as it applies to pain management and pain with movement disorders has some series implications for the chiropractic profession.
Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco has written a neuroreality series for Canadian Chiropractor.
Please read the full series here:
PART 4 (coming soon)
Dr. Elorriaga is an international sports medicine consultant who has worked with hundreds of professional athletes and thousands of clients for over three decades. He has used his extensive clinical experience and research to become an innovative educator in the field of "pain with movement" disorders. Find out more at mcmasteracupuncture.com.
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