The Truth About Ankylosing Spondylitis
Let me guess. You’ve been diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis because your doctor has evaluated your symptoms and come to the conclusion (by process of elimination) that it must be A.S.
But you’re not convinced that your doctor is right about the diagnosis.
That’s not a surprise. In most cases, A.S. becomes the diagnosis through elimination of other back pain criteria. In other words, your MRI didn’t show disc problems.
That’s also not a surprise because younger patients don’t typically show disc abnormalities in their MRI. And most A.S. patients are younger than the typical patient who's diagnosed with disc problems.
All the symptoms you are experiencing are vague and could apply to just about anything.
You’ve Been Sold a Bunch of Lies
Before you can stop all these symptoms, you have to completely change your mind-set about what’s causing them.
In actuality, it’s your overactive autonomic nervous system that’s creating all these symptoms. I mean let’s face it. You’re really stressed out right now. Join the club.
People who have been diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis all have a perfectionistic personality type. Every…single…one of them. Hmmm?
The Truth About Managing Your Ankylosing Spondylitis
The truth is you don’t have to manage your A.S. because you don’t have A.S.
Stop taking NSAID’s because they only treat the symptoms.
The 3 Keys To Curing Your Ankylosing Spondylitis:
- Change your belief - your doctor is wrong. These are just symptoms of stress.
- Learn to turn off your continuous sympathetic response and turn on your parasympathetic response.
- Reduce your stress level to the point where the symptoms stop.
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Coaching services offered by the Pain Cure Clinic are not intended as medical advice or professional psychotherapy. This is practical knowledge based on experience about how to alternately eliminate chronic pain symptoms caused by psychological factors. Medical or mental health questions or diagnosis should be directed to your physician or psychologist. The Pain Cure Clinic is not endorsed by or affiliated with Dr. John Sarno. *Individual results will vary.