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Your history has a lot more to do with your pains than you think...

The reasons for you lower back, neck or shoulder pain
Pains are multifactorial

A question I get asked a lot is "why did I injure X".

Now we all love a straight forward answer and in some cases it might be.

But for a lot of us that have a recurring, chronic pain, these issues can be multifactorial.

We sometimes have to look at biological, physiological and social factors.

The body responds in a number of ways to how we are emotionally feeling, what we are feeding and hydrating it with as well as how we live day to day in our environments.

So, next time you have a pain pop up or are struggling to figure out why your discomfort isn't going, take a look at your last week, month or even year.

Let me know in the comments if this has made you think differently about your pains 🗣️

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