Hand tremors are involuntary rhythmic movements of the hands or fingers and can be caused by various underlying conditions. Understanding the science and research behind different types of hand tremors is crucial for proper diagnosis, management, and treatment. Here, we’ll discuss some common types of hand tremors and the scientific research associated with them:
Rhizotomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to remove sensation from a painful nerve by killing nerve fibers responsible for sending pain signals to the brain. The nerve fibers can be destroyed by severing them with a surgical instrument or burning them with a chemical or electrical current. In most cases, rhizotomy provides immediate pain relief that can last up to several years until the nerve recovers and is able to transmit pain again.
When faced with difficult circumstances we can’t control, ‘metacognition’ gives us the ability to shape our emotional response.
Feelings, in the enterprise of your life, are like weather to a construction company. If it rains or snows or is unseasonably hot, it affects the ability to get work done. But the right response is not trying to change the weather (which would be impossible) or wishing the weather were different (which doesn’t help). It is having contingency plans in place for bad weather, being ready, and managing projects in a way that is appropriate to the conditions on a given day.
I believe that Massage Therapy with the proper microdose of Psilocybin is very beneficial for persons with various conditions. Please contact me if interested in this very special and compassion-driven, empathetic, somatic-oriented bodywork therapy.
This type of Psilocybin bodywork is completely different than my regular massage practice so the pricing is much different. Please text me for pricing and detailed information.
PLUS, you can get a Psilocybin couples massage (NOTE: NOT the same pricing as a regular couples massage) during your psilocybin massage journey by two PROS. Nicola and Melissa, LMT’s.
Supination and pronation in the foot are terms used to describe the mechanics of how you stand, walk, and run. Ideally, your weight should be balanced on your feet as you move. Your feet shouldn’t lean in (pronation) or out (supination). In a proper stride, your foot should roll forward from heel to toe.