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Diagnosis: suspected ankylosing spondylitis


I've been having back pain for a long time. I'm realizing now that I was able to silence the pain more, but that doesn't mean it wasn't present. However, by learning the AEQ method®, I understand that when I tried to silence my back pain, I managed to overlook a part of myself.

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Diagnosis: suspected ankylosing spondylitis

, 07.02.2020

I've been having back pain for a long time. I'm realizing now that I was able to silence the pain more, but that doesn't mean it wasn't present. However, by learning the AEQ method®, I understand that when I tried to silence my back pain, I managed to overlook a part of myself. Read more

Back Pain


Most people with lower back pain are well aware of how much suffering, sacrifices and time it takes to eliminate that pain.You might have tried stretching, physical therapy, massage, chiropractic, acupuncture, painkillers, or even surgery, but none of these methods helped or did not help in the long run.The AEQ Method® provides a long-term, scientifically substantiated solution for back pain.

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Back Pain

, 06.02.2020

Most people with lower back pain are well aware of how much suffering, sacrifices and time it takes to eliminate that pain.You might have tried stretching, physical therapy, massage, chiropractic, acupuncture, painkillers, or even surgery, but none of these methods helped or did not help in the long run.The AEQ Method® provides a long-term, scientifically substantiated solution for back pain. Read more

Rehabilitation after injury and the AEQ method®


Accidents happen, the saying goes. Sudden and unpredictable events can cause physical injuries - everything from sprains, bruises, wounds and similar minor injuries to severe injuries that forever mark our lives.The main focus of rehabilitation is on healing and restoring body structures to their original state, as much...

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Rehabilitation after injury and the AEQ method®

, 13.12.2019

Accidents happen, the saying goes. Sudden and unpredictable events can cause physical injuries - everything from sprains, bruises, wounds and similar minor injuries to severe injuries that forever mark our lives.The main focus of rehabilitation is on healing and restoring body structures to their original state, as much... Read more

Plantar fasciitis


Plantar fasciitis is recognized as a stabbing pain on the bottom of a foot, near the heel, and can spread to the foot arch and the toes. It is caused by an injury of the plantar fascia, a connective band of tissue that runs from the heel bone to the toes and supports the foot arch.

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Plantar fasciitis

, 02.11.2019

Plantar fasciitis is recognized as a stabbing pain on the bottom of a foot, near the heel, and can spread to the foot arch and the toes. It is caused by an injury of the plantar fascia, a connective band of tissue that runs from the heel bone to the toes and supports the foot arch. Read more

Injuries and trauma reflex


An impact or a fall can cause injuries. When we expect a punch, we turn away instinctively, which usually leads to a blow from the side. Then the muscles on one side of the body around the impact area reflexively contract to...

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Injuries and trauma reflex

, 02.11.2019

An impact or a fall can cause injuries. When we expect a punch, we turn away instinctively, which usually leads to a blow from the side. Then the muscles on one side of the body around the impact area reflexively contract to... Read more

Hunched posture


It is a common belief among the teachers of (correct) posture and therapists that the weak back and neck muscles are to blame for the hunched posture.

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Hunched posture

, 01.11.2019

It is a common belief among the teachers of (correct) posture and therapists that the weak back and neck muscles are to blame for the hunched posture. Read more

SCIATICA


People often think they have an attack of sciatica, but their painful tight chronically contracted muscles are the cause of pain and problems they experience.

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SCIATICA

, 22.10.2019

People often think they have an attack of sciatica, but their painful tight chronically contracted muscles are the cause of pain and problems they experience. Read more

Hips


Knee injuries, cartilage degeneration and meniscus injuries are common and frequent injuries.

Especially active sporty people are prone to these injuries. Many of my clients decided to take up...

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Hips

, 01.10.2019

Knee injuries, cartilage degeneration and meniscus injuries are common and frequent injuries.

Especially active sporty people are prone to these injuries. Many of my clients decided to take up... Read more

The main cause of stiffness and chronic pain


The key to understanding the causes of chronic muscle and joint pain is in the role of proprioception. Proprioception is the sense of self-movement (of muscles and skeleton), it is self-perception and self-awareness; it is about being alive. Ever...

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The main cause of stiffness and chronic pain

, 06.09.2019

The key to understanding the causes of chronic muscle and joint pain is in the role of proprioception. Proprioception is the sense of self-movement (of muscles and skeleton), it is self-perception and self-awareness; it is about being alive. Ever... Read more

A foot and a hip always function cooperatively


Why? Because the knee joint (connects the two parts of the knee) can move only in the direction backwards and forward and cannot bend in any other angle. If we move our foot to the left or the right, the knee doesn’t move, and it is locked; the hip must move. Hence, if we would like to...

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A foot and a hip always function cooperatively

, 22.08.2019

Why? Because the knee joint (connects the two parts of the knee) can move only in the direction backwards and forward and cannot bend in any other angle. If we move our foot to the left or the right, the knee doesn’t move, and it is locked; the hip must move. Hence, if we would like to... Read more

Neck pain


Cervical vertebrae are part of the spinal column, and we tend to forget that when we talk about neck pain. If you can't or don't know how to move the rest of your spine (back), the neck seems stiff to you, limited in its mobility. However, once you learn how to include the entire spine into the movement of your body, you...

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Neck pain

, 20.08.2019

Cervical vertebrae are part of the spinal column, and we tend to forget that when we talk about neck pain. If you can't or don't know how to move the rest of your spine (back), the neck seems stiff to you, limited in its mobility. However, once you learn how to include the entire spine into the movement of your body, you... Read more

Painful menstrual cycle


Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual cramps caused by uterine contractions, and it is similar to contractions at childbirth. The uterus (which is a muscle) mildly contracts throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle, however, uterus contracts more strongly during menstruation, and spasms are even stronger during childbirth. If the uterus...

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Painful menstrual cycle

, 16.08.2019

Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual cramps caused by uterine contractions, and it is similar to contractions at childbirth. The uterus (which is a muscle) mildly contracts throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle, however, uterus contracts more strongly during menstruation, and spasms are even stronger during childbirth. If the uterus... Read more

How and why the AEQ method reduces and eliminates chronic pain


Learning the AEQ method® needs to be a pleasant and comfortable experience to achieve the full effect, and our clients are always surprised how fast the time flew by. It means our clients have learned a lot, which is the primary goal of the AEQ method®.

Albert Einstein wrote: We learn the most by doing things with such pleasure that we even fail to notice when...

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How and why the AEQ method reduces and eliminates chronic pain

, 14.08.2019

Learning the AEQ method® needs to be a pleasant and comfortable experience to achieve the full effect, and our clients are always surprised how fast the time flew by. It means our clients have learned a lot, which is the primary goal of the AEQ method®.

Albert Einstein wrote: We learn the most by doing things with such pleasure that we even fail to notice when... Read more

Headaches


There are three general types of headaches: sinus headaches, migraine headaches and tension headaches. All three types are triggered by two conditions that cause muscle tension, i.e.

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Headaches

, 05.07.2019

There are three general types of headaches: sinus headaches, migraine headaches and tension headaches. All three types are triggered by two conditions that cause muscle tension, i.e. Read more

Scoliosis


In June 2016 we had found out by coincidence that our then 11-year old daughter had scoliosis. Medical examination and X-ray images confirmed a 22-degree sideways curve. We were advised to undergo a conservative treatment right away – bracing, orthosis, for which they said it would only have halted further curving, if she had worn it at least 12 hours per day, and that there...

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Scoliosis

, 05.06.2019

In June 2016 we had found out by coincidence that our then 11-year old daughter had scoliosis. Medical examination and X-ray images confirmed a 22-degree sideways curve. We were advised to undergo a conservative treatment right away – bracing, orthosis, for which they said it would only have halted further curving, if she had worn it at least 12 hours per day, and that there... Read more

Knee problems and what we can do about them


Common problems, especially of sports active people are pain in the knees, worn out cartilage and meniscus injuries. Many of my clients state dealing with the knee problems as the main reason for learning the AEQ...

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Knee problems and what we can do about them

, 04.06.2019

Common problems, especially of sports active people are pain in the knees, worn out cartilage and meniscus injuries. Many of my clients state dealing with the knee problems as the main reason for learning the AEQ... Read more

Pregnancy and clinical somatics


Pregnancy may be the cause of significant changes in body posture and movement. The center of body’s gravity shifts forward in the last months of pregnancy, causing an increased curve of the lower back (lumbar curve) and the pelvis to move forward...

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Pregnancy and clinical somatics

, 03.06.2019

Pregnancy may be the cause of significant changes in body posture and movement. The center of body’s gravity shifts forward in the last months of pregnancy, causing an increased curve of the lower back (lumbar curve) and the pelvis to move forward... Read more

Diagnosis: suspected ankylosing spondylitis


I have been having the back pain for a long time. Today, I find that I was more and more able to silence them, which doesn't mean that they weren't there. However, through learning of the AEQ method®, I realize that when I tried to overcome my back pain, I managed to overlook a part of myself.

Read more

Diagnosis: suspected ankylosing spondylitis

, 02.06.2019

I have been having the back pain for a long time. Today, I find that I was more and more able to silence them, which doesn't mean that they weren't there. However, through learning of the AEQ method®, I realize that when I tried to overcome my back pain, I managed to overlook a part of myself. Read more

Joggers Heel


Jogger’s heel (plantar fasciitis) is one of the most common ailments of runners. It involves stabbing pain in the bottom and interior side of the heel that can spread along the arch of the foot towards the toes. It occurs due to the injuries of plantar fascia, which is the thick connective tissue that supports the arch on the bottom (plantar side) of the foot. It runs from the heel bone (calcaneus) forward to the bones between each toe.

The cause of inflammation are frequent walking, running or standing on hard surface, different sports (volleyball, handball, football, ahtletics), shortened tibialis muscle, tight Achilles tendon and flat feet. The issues develop gradually, usually in only one foot. The pain is often most severe with the first steps of the day and is worsened during running and longer walks or standing. The injuries of plantar fascia can lead to the inflammation of neighbouring tissues and gradually develop into jogger’s foot or calcifications of the calcaneus. If these injuries are not properly treated, they can develop into chronic pain. Due to the changed mechanics of walking, we feel pain not only in our feet but also in our knees, hips and spine.

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Joggers Heel

, 01.06.2019

Jogger’s heel (plantar fasciitis) is one of the most common ailments of runners. It involves stabbing pain in the bottom and interior side of the heel that can spread along the arch of the foot towards the toes. It occurs due to the injuries of plantar fascia, which is the thick connective tissue that supports the arch on the bottom (plantar side) of the foot. It runs from the heel bone (calcaneus) forward to the bones between each toe.

The cause of inflammation are frequent walking, running or standing on hard surface, different sports (volleyball, handball, football, ahtletics), shortened tibialis muscle, tight Achilles tendon and flat feet. The issues develop gradually, usually in only one foot. The pain is often most severe with the first steps of the day and is worsened during running and longer walks or standing. The injuries of plantar fascia can lead to the inflammation of neighbouring tissues and gradually develop into jogger’s foot or calcifications of the calcaneus. If these injuries are not properly treated, they can develop into chronic pain. Due to the changed mechanics of walking, we feel pain not only in our feet but also in our knees, hips and spine. Read more

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