Pain 101: Where you feel it is not always the origination point. Only about
25% of joint pain is originating in the joint or is a " joint problem". Pain anywhere along a nerve can create a pain feeling, even if no damage is present at that specific
location. If it is in the joint, most likely swelling will have presented it self at one time.
1)Tight fascia over the entire body will move tension around. Tight fascia can feel like joint pain, if its near a joint. And wear ever/whatever that area is, makes that surrounding area tighter than the rest of your body. This is why extreme pain can sometimes be eliminated in minutes with myofacial release. Nothing healed in five minutes, but the tension mimicking pain "melted" away. - Or sometimes just moves to a diff part of your body.
Without facsia, the netting that supports everything, we would be bulging out all over the place..
2) Nerve impingement in the spine. (but people assume this to fast as its easier to comprehend).
Lyme and probably any co-infection can cause painfull sensations and tight fascia mentioned above.
Pain that stays in one area can also be from the above or actual damage requiring healing.
(Ive healed 90% of my pain and structural damage, it takes time)
Initial lyme symptoms in late 80's, again with bullseye early 90's. Started ABX 2014, ended in Jan 2016. Flares ended after. Lyme "B gone" as far as I can tell (Cured?). Now: Healing the aftermath-Rebuilding / fine tuning / fixing muscles and still improving nutrition and immune via better gut health. + 20 years of Hashimoto is now improving. Nodule B-gone too.
Post Edited (astroman) : 6/6/2019 1:39:31 PM (GMT-6)