Massage and bodywork can trigger this state-dependent recall of the sensations and emotions of traumatic events, particularly if touch is itself a stimulus associated with the trauma. Manual therapists often refer to memory “locked in the tissue” and “released” when that part is worked.
Shoulder Decompression Surgery is No More Effective than Sham Surgery
The findings question the value of shoulder decompression surgery; this should be communicated to patients during the shared decision-making process.
Dr. Tasha Stanton Lecture – New Insights from Pain Neuroscience
Our brain produces sensations according to the credible believable evidence that is present, not just from the sensory information from that body part.