C.P.I. Chronic Pain and Inflammation

C.P.I. Chronic Pain and Inflammation

Chronic inflammation happens when this response lingers, leaving your body in a constant state of alert. Over time, chronic inflammation may have a negative impact on your tissues and organs. Some research suggests that chronic inflammation could also play a role in a range of conditions, from cancer to stroke.

Chronic inflammation is involved in the disease process of many conditions, including: fibromyalgia, asthma, lupus, osteoporosis, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoarthritis (OA), neck pain, degenerative disk disease, and type 2 diabetes. It is recommended to consult with your physician about your specific case, but these videos are designed to be a library of resources for you to combat muscle weakness and systemic inflammation in the body to help you manage chronic pain, improve mobility, and strengthen weak muscles.

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C.P.I. Chronic Pain and Inflammation
  • Video 059 | Back Pain Help with Lauren Eirk

    Dealing with Back pain on a daily basis can be a huge challenge. Conventional methods include stretching, trying to strengthen the abdominal muscles, and various medical interventions. In this video, learn several basic Yoga isometrics that can bring about a tremendous amount of relief in the b...

  • Live Event with Lauren Eirk | Gentle Yoga-Pilates Fusion after Sitting

    Sitting for hours on end can cause muscle weakness in the hips, spine, and shoulders. This workout is designed to gently bring the body to a more upright posture, strengthening the hip and trunk muscles that go off-line while sitting in a chair.

    We will use the mini band or "thigh band" to st...