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A resource on injury prevention and general upkeep. 

Treat the problems and not just the symptoms.

More often than not, we find ourselves experiencing aching pain or worse, chronic pain in the body. There is nothing that seems to stop our worlds faster than body pain. What if I told you that most of our general pain and discomfort we experience in our body is manageable? What if I told you that much of the suffering we experience is symptomatic of problems that can be treated with a prevention strategy?

You might think I am living in a dream world; A world where inflammation doesn’t exist and we live pain-free. While inflammation is unavoidable, there are pain management systems that you can put in place to keep your body functioning at optimal levels. Our wellness routines all center around ideas of prevention. So how do I build a prevention strategy?

Prevention comes from a place of creating action towards stopping something from arising. In regards to health, this requires one to know the situations in which they are dealing with. One can seek out trusted healthcare practitioners to help them uncover the sources of their symptoms. But once it is detected, one can develop, with guidance, a strategy to help keep our system at neutral levels. This prevention also will help one discover tools to help manage symptoms when they come back. This strategy acts as a feedback system allowing individuals to manage their bodies in ways they previously did not know. It becomes much easier to build strategies that maintain and prolong our bodies than repair and rebuild after the cracks have formed in our foundations. There is always effort required, and the healing process is never linear. But we can build tools to help us at every point in our wellness journey.

A reminder to always consult your personal advisors in every area of your health care. Here are a few steps that one can take to begin the prevention strategy process.

Step 1: NAMING THE SOURCE — Knowing what you are physically dealing with.

Step 2: DETERMINE WHAT OPTIMAL HEALTH IS FOR YOU. Once you can name the specific source of your ailments you can determine what your personal health goals are in relation to your unique situation. This is the time to ask yourself how you want to feel in the future and what your dream health goals are. Get specific and be optimistic! — Nothing off the table.

Step 3: FIND RESOURCES THAT CAN HELP YOU. This is often the most challenging part of the process. Find the people that align with your current needs. Be open to the possibilities that the action of opening one door can open several more on this journey to finding the right resources.

Step 4: DEVELOP THE STRATEGY. Make a list of the services and you need to help manage your health. Map out your body needs and devise a plan toward how this plan can be scheduled, budgeted, and ultimately achieved.


Step 5: TAKE ACTION! Time to act. Be fearless in the pursuit of your health needs. Don’t be afraid to go back a re-strategize. Every passing day brings something new. Check in with yourself and your body regularly to see if your strategy needs a revision.

Above all, it is vital to consider the role nutrition, general activity, self-interests, passions, etc., play in overall health management. Preventive care asks us to analyze where we are and where we want to go. On every level of our wellbeing!

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The information presented is for educational purposes only. If you know that you are dealing with chronic conditions and or specific diseases, please always make decisions with the consolation of a trusted professional or experienced practitioner. This is not a direct guideline to follow, but rather a resource to help aid the individual in their health and wellness journey. It is recommended to do more research on the content of this information. Please take this information purely as supplemental to your unique situations. Be mindful and consider if this information best suits your situation. If you have questions on any of the information presented in these resources, please contact me further. I am always happy to provide any additional information.

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