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Musculoskeletal System: Reduction of Chronic Pain and Inflammation

Pain is the warning sign, the messenger, and the way the body sounds the alarm that something is wrong. Most people experience significant pain at some point in their lives - either from injury, illness or unknown cause. Before starting any pain treatment, a diagnosis and medical examination are needed to make sure that the pain is not related to a fracture, infection, autoimmune reaction or tumor.

Anyone who suffers from persistent musculoskeletal pain is well aware that it is not something that can be taken lightly. There are many different types of musculoskeletal pain - bone pain, muscle pain, ligament pain, tendon pain and nerve pain. Constant pain can have a serious impact on a person's life. It can affect the appetite, disturb sleep and, consequently, the person acquires chronic fatigue. It can also be associated with psychological problems such as depression, anger, frustration and irritability. The pain can be exacerbated by anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, abandonment, inability to cope, difficulty concentrating and inability to complete daily tasks. Life is lived with an imbalance, as if pain controls every moment. If left untreated, pain can even affect interpersonal, social relationships and responsibilities, leading to isolation and loneliness.

Due to the above effects, many people use medications to treat pain, a temporary solution, but without real success, as they do not address the cause.

When one feels pain, the muscles tighten, the blood flow to the body decreases, the breathing becomes shallow, the heart beats faster and the blood pressure may rise. The body begins to produce more stress hormones (eg cortisol, adrenaline, epinephrine, catecholamines), it creates inflammation and as a result causes even more pain. This creates a vicious cycle of stress and pain.

More than 50 trillion cells in the body have tiny receptors that, when activated, reduce the sensation of pain. Painkillers work by stimulating these receptors, but can cause some side effects such as addiction, immunosuppression, lethargy, constipation, blocked metabolism, toxicity to the liver and kidneys.

With Quantum Medical Biofeedback, one can activate one's internal pharmacy - the human brain - to achieve relaxation and successful pain management by reducing stress, re-training muscles and training brain waves. Brain chemicals known as neurotransmitters (eg endorphins) can naturally activate pain receptors. The Quantum Medical Biofeedback device uses this method to manage pain. At the same time through the medical device, the body relaxes, rejuvenates, recharges and balances.

Quantum Medical Biofeedback analyzes the body in depth and allows us to see the causes behind the pain. The Pain Management program is unique, as it creates a personalized multidimensional approach to pain, as there are different causes of chronic pain and the needs of each person are different. For example, some people may need a detox program that quickly rids the body of excess stress hormones and other toxins, causing detoxification, rebuilding, and regeneration so that the body can return to balance. It is also common for pain to contain emotional parameters and it is necessary to release internal conflicts with appropriate programs, such as NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), which will not only reduce the pain itself, but will lead the person to positive feelings.

So as each person has different needs and different causes of pain, we provide a comprehensive personalized health assessment in a 35-page report. The goal is to tackle the real problems so that people can enjoy an active lifestyle again and connect with the wisdom of their body. In this way they will gradually return to the way they functioned and felt before pain became a factor in their lives.