Depending on which study you read, between one and over three of every 10 Americans suffers from chronic pain. That’s an astounding number, and it’s especially sobering when you consider that many of these people suffer daily for years with no end in sight.
One reason chronic pain is so widespread is that it is notoriously hard to treat using conventional medicine. Many patients go from doctor to doctor and treatment to treatment for years without ever resolving their pain. In fact, by the time they come to us many have almost stopped believing it could even be possible for them to live pain free again.
Can chronic pain really be resolved?
As Dr. Hache explains in the above video, the reason they feel that way is because their doctors have been medicating the pain away without addressing the real cause of their pain. Even though the drugs and other conventional treatments such as surgery may numb the sensation of pain, the body is still degenerating. This can cause other symptoms to appear, or the pain meds themselves can cause side effects that lead to additional pain. If chronic pain is to be treated in a way that actually results in true pain resolution and healing, we need to take a different approach.
But before we can understand whether chronic pain can really be treated we need to be able to define it. To do that, we have to understand the difference between chronic and acute pain.
Acute vs chronic pain
Chronic vs. acute pain is a matter of time. All chronic pain starts as acute pain. If you’ve ever stubbed your toe, you’re familiar with acute pain. It’s that sudden intense sensation that makes you yell “Ow!” in response to an injury. Acute pain is there for a reason: it’s the body’s signal that something is wrong, and you need to take care of it right away.
Normally when we treat acute pain right away, the body’s healing mechanisms take over and the pain resolves itself within a few days to a few weeks. If it doesn’t, the pain becomes chronic, which means it’s not going away. Chronic pain is typically defined as any pain lasting three months or more.
In other words, if we’re able to resolve pain when it’s in its acute stage, it will never become chronic.
So why does acute pain become chronic?
Typically, pain progresses to the chronic stage because the body wasn’t able to properly supply enough energy to the area to repair the problem before it gets to that state. (Watch the video above to learn more.)
How do we resolve chronic pain?
If you can supply the body the extra energy it needs to heal, you can resolve even chronic pain that has been there for years.
How do you supply the energy the body need to heal, if it’s not able to generate enough on its own?
One of the best ways to supply that needed energy is with microcurrent therapy. Just like jump starting a car, delivering electrical energy to the body in very low frequencies that match the body’s own starts the process of revving up and reviving that internal healing response, so that the root cause of the pain can heal. When you do that, the pain will go away for good, with no need for surgery or dependence on pain killing drugs.
The thing is, it’s an interactive process: the better the body’s baseline functioning, the better it will respond to microcurrent therapy. That is why microcurrent works best when the body is fully supported through diet, exercise and other means.
And that is what the Hache Protocol for Pain Resolution is all about. To learn more about this revolutionary pain resolution solution—including the 5 Interactive Elements of Pain Resolution that can help free you of pain forever—download our free e-book here.