Pain is no stranger to people. We carry a heavy load from the grocery store and there is it, back pain. We pick up the children and put them down over and over through the entire day and there is it, pain. You understand where this is going. Physical pain occurs in all of us and most of us address it with a pill. Advil, Tylenol, ibuprofen, Aspirin, you name it! We do it without thinking about it simply because we are busy, on the go and need to function normally throughout our activities without pain getting in the way.

What we do not think about is the effects of those pain medications on our long-term health. We do not consider often enough, the toxicity our liver has to process over the years we have been polluting our body and internal organs. But what option do we have? Seemed no option at all until Biofeedback technology made its way forth on the market.

Pain management with Biofeedback technology can take care of pain not only without harm to our organs or body tissues but also improving them while getting rid of pain! The only negative about biofeedback technology is that it is so far removed from modern medicine, most people do not know of its existence and therefore, its benefits. How wonderful would it be to have a biofeedback system in your home where you could help your children parents, friends and neighbors with an injury, tooth pain, digestion, fertility and so many other common problems that people deal with on a daily basis. It is essential to so many of us and if not in this very moment then definitely some day in the future as we make our way through life.

Pain is often misunderstood and taken down to nothing when in many cases it is a symptom of problems completely unrelated to the area the pain is coming from. Most doctors rely on us, the patient, to tell them what is wrong and how long its been going on and where we think the problem is originating. The symptoms of pain we articulate are often used to place a diagnosis. Pain is addressed very differently with biofeedback technology, it is used as a clue and taken very seriously as a symptom but it also reminds us of the fact that everything about our body is connected. With therapy to address pain we must also listen and acknowledge that pain is not only our enemy and we must get rid of it as soon as possible, but that pain is a savior in its own way which we must respect.