Just wondered if anyone had tried massaging aromatherapy oils to help with back and shoulder pain, thanks.
I use aromatherapy oils on neck and legs dose not take all the pain away but dose help sum
Sorry, I haven't tried the oils, but I have decided to pay for a massage every few weeks as it helps so much. Mine is the myofascial type, and I try to be regular as I can really backslide if I'm not. I use my doctors compounded cream which I take with me. I have also used magnesium oil, and my friend recommends Epsom Gel Cream. She says it works really well for her. I guess you will just have to try whatever oil you feel is worth giving a go. Much luck @A MyFibroTeam Member 💜
I think it depends on how bad your pain and TPs are. I had a very light massage which hurt especially as he could actually see how bad my back was he only concentrated on my shoulders and neck. I have another session on Tuesday I can let you know more about it than. His also going to referral l me to
Yea@RandyBitters. The massage can be unbearable for some. My therapist really
Knows chronic pain and knows how much I can manage 😱😱. I also use a doctor's compounded cream with my massage and a little heat or cold alternating afterwards. You could probably use magnesium oil or cream as well. I find the other trick with massage is that you have to go regularly in order To build
On previous improvements and the pain won't
Send you through the roof all the time. I go every three weeks and that seems to work OK for me.
List the post I was typing. I hope it doesn't turn up someplace else. Aromatherapy through me into a tizzy. I become confused if the aroma is strong. Massage hurts me too much. Feel worse after the massage.
I've been stick with routine meds. If you use the oils let me know how it goes. Thanks
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