Back pian, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, leg pain, knee pain, sciaitca, tension myosistis syndrome, numbness, tingling,
Back pian, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, leg pain, knee pain, sciaitca, tension myosistis syndrome, numbness, tingling,
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Why You Hurt Where You Hurt!

How does your body manifest Tension Myositis Syndrome? • If you are really angry and cannot stand it anymore, your back, legs, knees,or feet hurt and you have to lie down. Conventional diagnosis: herniated disc, osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis, torn meniscus, and so on • If you can’t go on anymore, your legs or knees begin to hurt. Your legs may even become numb. Conventional diagnosis: pinched nerve, torn meniscus, chondromalacia patella • When you are really angry but can’t talk back, your jaws begin to hurt or you may lose your voice. Conventional diagnosis: TMJ, spasmodic dysphonia • You can’t face it anymore. Your face begins to hurt or it may show your discontent. Conventional diagno

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