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Friday, September 7, 2012

Cleveland Pain Clinic Success

I went in with hope and came out with positive results. The Pain Management Rehabilitation Program has lasted over 34 years for a reason. Sometimes this isn't clear to all clients (patients) when they get to their second, third or final week, when it finally sinks in that their pain is never going to go away but the program can and does help most all who go through it. I believe one's mind must  be open going into or open during your 3-5 week "visit".

I have, also observed that most that come in do not realize their pain is for life. They come in still thinking someone is going to "cure" them. This program can "cure" one's perception of their pain if they allow it. How do you allow it? One must choose to allow it. One must choose to allow their perception to be changed. This program is 1 of 3 in the U.S. Chronic Pain people come to it from all over the world to get help. It is the end of the road for chronic pain sufferers. When all other "traditional" methods have been tried and have not worked or quit working. Most have been going to doctors for years by the time they get to the clinic. I personally started this journey when I was 6 years old. I never found relief that lasted. I can't lay on a bag of ice for the rest of my life. My well-being and life had turned gray.

Their is this awesome Care Bear episode, albeit a bit creepy, that starts out with all the humans acting really depressed and apathetic. Then, the care bears come to the town find the meteor that has caused it and find a way to overcome it's powerful "pull" that has come over the town which turned it gray and colorless. Lifeless. After, they use their rainbow power on the meteor the town fills with colors again and everyone is happy and caring again. This is what the Cleveland Clinic Pain Rehabilitation Program has to offer. If you want it, come and get it.


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Kimberley Bischof is a massage therapist, yoga teacher, birth doula, blogger and craft whore.
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