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Common Diagnoses With A Mind/Body Component

Updated: Sep 3, 2021

  • Chronic back/neck/spine pain including bulging discs, herniated discs, pinched nerves, spinal stenosis, disc degeneration (all long considered normal aging of the spine) and sciatica

  • Chronic all over pain including fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme, adrenal fatigue, Hashimoto disease, myofascial pain, CRPS - complex regional pain syndrome, and trigger point pain

  • Chronic foot pain including plantar fasciitis

  • Head issues including migraines, occipital neuralgia, brain fog, BPV and dizziness, and the sensation of floating

  • Jaw pain including TMJ and burning mouth

  • Ear issues including tinnitus and hearing popping or crackling

  • Pelvic area pain including interstitial cystitis, chronic UTI, vulvodynia, and pelvic floor pain

  • Gastrointestinal issues including IBS, and acid reflux

  • Sleep disorders including chronic fatigue syndrome, hypersomnia, insomnia

***ALL pain should be checked by a medical doctor to ensure that it is not a serious medical condition such as an infection, acute injury, or cancer. ***

I fully intend that whenever I have a new symptom, I will tell my doctor that I am prone to stress related reactions and that if the new symptom could possibly be related to this, please tell me. I feel like this will open the conversation for the provider.

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