Texas Mothers: Does Back Pain, Combined With All Those Hours Spent Driving Kids Around, Make It Hard to Be Nice? What if There Was a Different Way to Get Help, Without Meds, or Taking All of Your Precious Time?

Pain is hard on the personality, isn’t it? It’s hard to stay nice to those we love the most when we are hurting. Let’s face it, none of us have extra time in the week…we have family to care for–either ageing parents, or our own children. We have the never ending house projects, and this time of year there is just extra work in general. When you are the hub of the family, there is not much time just to be by yourself and rest, much less take care of those little nagging pains, that seem to move all over the place.

My favorite aunt was telling me the other day about this strange pain all over her right leg–sometimes it’s her hip, the next day , it’s her knee, sometimes it’s her ankle….she admitted to me how foolish she would feel even going to the doctor for a pain that is not even consistantly in the same place.

We see this all the time, and we understand.

Sometimes, sitting makes back pain worse, so even the thought of sitting through the sports game, or just sitting in the car waiting for school to get out, is too much.

Here is a silly video from a few years ago, to let you know, we understand…

Sometimes, standing makes things worse, so the thought of having to go to the track meet, or tennis match is just not a fun idea.

We are a team of experts that have helped plenty of women just like you.

How can we help you?

1. Click here for a free report on tips to dealing with back pain

2. Call our office and schedule a free “ease your worry ” session. you can either talk to our therapist over the phone, or come in for a visit. We will listen to your issues and make sure we are a match for the services you need.

3. If you are ready for more, just call the office and book an appointment. We work 1:1 for one hour with you only, because we value you and your needs.

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Brenda Bryson, PT, MPT, LMT