Trying Not to Be Judgmental

The psychological process of projection is a defense mechanism that allows us to transfer our unwanted feelings or behavior onto another person. For example, a person who is highly self-critical may constantly feel (or fear) criticism from others. So, when we judge people around us—either positively or negatively—we are projecting aspects of … Read More

C – Neurophysiologic Disorder (NPD)

There have been numerous terms used to describe the body’s response to chronic stress and the physiological response. The original descriptor was Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS) coined by Dr. John Sarno in the 1970’s. Other terms have included Stress Illness Syndrome Psychosomatic Disorders Central Sensitization Syndrome (CSS) Mind Body Syndrome … Read More

Systematic Approach to Sleep

Get some sleep – NOW Sleep is number one and I ask all my patients with insomnia to work with their primary care doctors to find a solution – and quickly. There are many ways to get a good night’s sleep and most physicians are comfortable with their own combination … Read More

Fighting a Forest Fire – Your Pain

Research has shown that the impact of chronic pain on your quality of life is more severe than heart failure, renal failure, or major depression and comparable to suffering from terminal cancer (1,2). Failing to adequately treat and solve chronic pain has major consequences including these organ systems: (3,4,5) Cardiovascular High … Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8