Effective treatment for chronic pain in North London.
The Jing Method™ is a safe and effective treatment for persistent, chronic pain, including headaches, neck pain, frozen shoulder, and low back pain.
If this is your first visit, I recommend booking a free discovery video call. That way I can understand a bit about what you’re experiencing and you can see if the Jing Method™ is right for you.
Why does pain persist?
When pain persists it starts to affect everything in our life, including our sleep, relationships, well-being and work.
Chronic pain is pain that persists even once damaged tissue has been repaired.
So why are we still in pain?
We are still in pain because our body’s self-protection system has become over-sensitised, a bit like an over-sensitive fire alarm.
The body goes into lockdown to prevent what it perceives to be further damage.
Connective tissue known as fascia locks, become hard and inflexible.
Fascia has a rich supply of sensory receptors. This is why the pain can feel unbearable and like we are carrying a tonne of weight.
Therapies that aim to soften the fascia and release fascial restrictions, including myofascial release and trigger point therapy can help to restore elasticity in the fascia, calm our over-sensitised state and reduce pain.
These techniques form the foundation of the Jing Method™.
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Low Back Pain
Low back pain is rarely serious and is usually simple to relieve with some easy-to-follow strategies. This fact sheet explains the nature of non-specific low back pain and gives some helpful tips on how to relieve pain and gain mobility.
IT Band Syndrome
IT Band Syndrome (ITBS) is a sharp pain felt on the outside (lateral) knee. The pain is particularly experienced whilst running when the knee passes through 30° of flexion. This fact sheet explores the causes and treatment for IT Band Syndrome.
Plantar fasciitis is a persistent pain caused by numerous micro-tears of the connective tissue (fascia) on the sole (plantar surface) of the foot. This fact sheet explains the nature of plantar fasciitis and what we can do to speed the recovery.
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