Like all good ideas, the premise is simple.
Pain does not occur at the point of pain - but in the connective tissue attached to the articulation where the pain is felt, which, in the absence of any structural or skeletal underlying issue, can be alleviated or reduced by rebalancing and or strengthening the muscles nearest to that joint in pain.
I always reasearch and try things out before I refer them and over the past few months, I have personally, experimented with some of this author's suggestions regarding various types of knee and other pain - it makes sense and really has made a difference.
Stress Takes a Heavy Toll on Your Gut
According to the authors in the featured study, “disgust” was the emotion that was most strongly felt in the gut. Fear, anxiety, and shame also generated a felt impact in this area. All four of these emotions are generally felt by those experiencing depression, and I'm not surprised to see a strong connection between these emotions and the gut.......