Mystery pain is pain that has not been responsive to most approaches and has no apparent reasons for existing based on history, test and other diagnostic methods.
I have had success with helping mystery pain by using techniques to locate where embedded stress and sustained tensions reside. Often I can’t address pain effectively unless I release stress and tension that are apart of it first. The clinical based evidence is that certain types of sustained tensions and stress that don’t show up in typical diagnostic methods creat excess pressures on nerves resulting in mystery pain. I use techniques from cranial sacral therapy, myofascial release, and integrative manual (IMT) to locate and release sustained tension and stress that are contributing to mystery pain.
Please call David Herring at 757-848-4993 email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this. I am happy to talk to you for any curiosities or questions you may have.