Change Your Pain Kamloops Blog
A blog full of tips, news, and articles from the interdisciplinary health care team at Change Your Pain Kamloops!
3 More Conditions Treatable by Registered Massage Therapy
August 3rd 2022Registered massage therapy can also treat headaches, osteoarthritis, and sports injuries and pain.
3 Conditions Treatable by Registered Massage Therapists
July 25th 2022Learn how a registered massage therapist at Change Your Pain Kamloops can treat fibromyalgia, whiplash, and Raynaud's disease.
Five Ways Registered Massage Therapy Can Improve Your Daily Life in Kamloops
November 23rd 2021Stress reduction, decreased muscle pain, and more! Improve your life with registered massage therapy.
How to Fill Out Your Patient Initial Intake Form & Patient Referral Form
September 27th 2021Our Initial Intake Form helps us provide better services for you, so we want to help you fill it out as fully as possible!
What Registered Massage Therapy Qualifications Mean
September 2nd 2021If you've ever wondered what RMT and other Registered Massage Therapist qualifications mean, then find out here!
The Physical Impacts of Sitting Too Much
August 24th 2021As a pain clinic in Kamloops, we've seen many of the effects sitting can have on the human body. Let's take a look at a few, along with some ways to avoid them.
Understanding and Improving Core Strength
August 13th 2021A weak core can contribute to many long-term physical issues. Let Change Your Pain Kamloops explain a few situations where you can improve and strengthen your core!
What Are Trigger Point Injections?
August 4th 2021Find answers to questions about Trigger Point Injections from Change Your Pain Kamloops!
How Stress Affects Your Mental Health
February 3rd 2021Stress causes chemical changes in the body. When a stressor occurs, the body releases chemicals. In the short term, these chemicals can be useful in helping us deal with the immediate stressor, but in chronic situations where stress is ongoing and/or...
Benefits of an Interdisciplinary Health Team
December 9th 2020Interdisciplinary patient care planning is structured in a way that the patient can benefit from representatives from the entire care team.