Amazing website/App in Dealing with Chronic Pain; curablehealth.com

Posted by lorirenee1 @lorirenee1, Dec 30, 2020

Hi, I am Lori Renee, and I suffer from pain with severe peripheral neuropathy in my feet. However, I have discovered the curablehealth.com website, and bought the curable app, in dealing with chronic pain. I have used it for about 3 weeks now, and my attitude is better, my pain has painless hours now, and I have hope again. The curable app is supported by science, based on neuroplasticity, and retraining the brain with many activities that you learn to do. It is supported by Dr. Howard Schubiner, an amazing pain doctor who truly believe pain can be lessened or even can go away, through various techniques on the curable app, and through various on line course that he offers; all based on the true Science of Neuroplasticity. I have seen a change in myself for the better. I am sleeping better, my pain is less consistent, and I have hope. My love to every one of you. I know what you are going through, regardless of the type of pain you are enduring. LoriRenee1

Hi and I recently started on the curable website too. I have a lot of ongoing pain from car accident injuries that originated over a year ago. Curable is very informative and helpful. I’m glad Lori Renee that you mentioned this. Thanks! Rachel

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@rachel6

Hi and I recently started on the curable website too. I have a lot of ongoing pain from car accident injuries that originated over a year ago. Curable is very informative and helpful. I’m glad Lori Renee that you mentioned this. Thanks! Rachel

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@rachel6 Good luck with using the Curable App. I hope to improve using it. LoriRenee1

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Thank you and and wishing you the same!! You’re always an inspiration so keep us all posted.

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Hi Lori Renee, This app looks interesting. Is it through Google play store or Curablehealth.com web-site? Please advise to the specific name/web-site. Thank you! Ahh, I see it is listed in your header, thank you again!

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@christ

Hi Lori Renee, This app looks interesting. Is it through Google play store or Curablehealth.com web-site? Please advise to the specific name/web-site. Thank you! Ahh, I see it is listed in your header, thank you again!

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@christ Hi, the Curable App is based on turning down the pain signals from your brain. It is wonderful even if only used to coping with severe pain. Good luck using it. My best to you….LoriRenee1

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Interesting article on neuroplasticiity forwarded to me by @steeldove.

Chronic pain is surprisingly treatable — when patients focus on the brain: https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/10/15/chronic-pain-brain-plasticity/

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@johnbishop

Interesting article on neuroplasticiity forwarded to me by @steeldove.

Chronic pain is surprisingly treatable — when patients focus on the brain: https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/10/15/chronic-pain-brain-plasticity/

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Thank you John! Should be required reading for all practitioners and every person who is in pain.
As the article explicitly states, not all pain can be managed, but a surprising amount of it can be.
Sue

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@johnbishop

Interesting article on neuroplasticiity forwarded to me by @steeldove.

Chronic pain is surprisingly treatable — when patients focus on the brain: https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/10/15/chronic-pain-brain-plasticity/

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Well, a step into the neuro direction is the use of Gabapentin. Actually similar approaches are used with the spinal nerve simulators, and even TENS products.

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@lindes

Well, a step into the neuro direction is the use of Gabapentin. Actually similar approaches are used with the spinal nerve simulators, and even TENS products.

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Maybe but this 2009 study points out that that gabapentin halts the formation of new synapses, possibly explaining its therapeutic value in mitigating epileptic seizures and chronic pain. — Study pinpoints key mechanism in brain development, raising questions about use of antiseizure drug: https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2009/10/study-pinpoints-key-mechanism-in-brain-development-raising-questions-about-use-of-antiseizure-drug.html

This is what I've read about how neuroplasticity works…just one article but there are a lot more on the topic.
"Neuroplastic therapy for chronic pain is focused on retraining the (unconscious) brain to learn that it is not helpful to experience chronic pain. Thus, successfully retraining the brain in this way diminishes or eliminates chronic pain."
— Chronic Pain Therapy Grounded in Neuroplasticity: https://hansmalab.physics.ucsb.edu/index.php/chronic-pain-therapy-grounded-in-neuroplasticity/

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