Chronic aches and pains aren't just for those who have been involved in accidents. I've found similar biomechanical problems at the roots of chronic pain in people who have had traumatic accidents as well as in those who didn't. Therefore, I believe accidents expose and exacerbate existing vulnerabilities in our bodies. Fixing someone who was involved in a motor vehicle accident that resulted in chronic back pain has been no different than helping someone who has had back pain for decades and has never been involved in an accident. They both require an understanding of how poor function is feeding the problem and what needs to be corrected to eliminate pain. Essentially, in order to fix your body and eliminate chronic pain, you need to pay attention to how your body moves.
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