How Others Manage Their Pain: What can you learn?
Resuming exercise while in pain requires a mindful approach.
Many individuals find inspiration in sharing experiences. Connecting with #PainSupportGroups or online communities allows patients to exchange insights, discovering personalized strategies. Learning from others’ triumphs and setbacks fosters a sense of camaraderie, motivating individuals to persevere.
“A social interaction perspective may be useful to assist with promoting exercise benefits for older adults.”
From: Exercising alone versus with others and associations with subjective health status in older Japanese: The JAGES Cohort Study. Published in Nature (Scientific Reports), Dec. 15, 2016
So why is it crucial to prioritize communication with pain management specialists like Rany T. Abdallah, MD PhD MBA? Dr. Abdallah can tailor routines to specific conditions. Gradual progression is key, emphasizing low-impact activities like swimming or yoga. Incorporating adaptive equipment and exploring alternative exercises ensures diversity while minimizing strain. Also, cultivating a positive mindset aids resilience, recognizing that setbacks are part of the process.
By embracing “collective wisdom,” patients not only navigate pain but also forge a path toward renewed strength and well-being, turning #SharedExperiences into stepping stones for a healthier future.
Call 855-932-7426 and schedule an appointment to meet with the APICO Pain Management™ staff and Dr. Abdallah so you can get started on your exercise routine with your friends!