Chronic Pain and Mental Health

Three Pain Management Techniques to Aid Treatment Pain is generally meant to last for a short time – as a quick warning to stop doing whatever you’re doing to avoid harming your body. When we experience chronic pain, or pain that lasts for longer than the normal maximum of three to six months, our overall […]

How Does It Make You Feel: Wendy’s Story

What it FEELS like when you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome The number one company value at Sonic Relief is that our first job, every single day, is to listen to our customers – whether it’s the emails we receive, or our Facebook messages or customer reviews.  We are especially moved when people tell us about […]

We’ve Got Your Back

The spine is the pillar of support for the body and specially engineered through a large and complex group of interconnecting bones, joints, nerves, ligaments, and muscles. The soft tissues that surround the spine enable bending forward, lifting, arching and twisting movements. It is exactly this complex structure that leaves the lower back and spine highly susceptible […]

Winter Safety

As a follow up to our last blog post ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’ we are pleased to present more winter safety tips! ​Outdoor exercise is safe for almost everyone, even in cold weather. But if you have certain conditions, such as asthma, heart problems or Raynaud’s disease, check with your doctor first to review […]

Fall-ing For You

If you live in a country that experiences all four seasons you are likely beginning to notice the weather starting to change into autumn. Fall is a wonderful time of year filled with fun activities and for many, the cooler weather of fall is a welcome relief (especially after a hot and humid summer). It’s […]

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Over ¼ of Sonic Relief users and over 2 million people (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) experience sharp, stabbing, sometimes burning pain in the heel or arch of their foot. The diagnosis? Plantar Fasciitis, a condition aptly named which develops in the plantar fascia. Plantar Fasciitis occurs when the band of tissue on the bottom of the […]