Blasting the face and neck with the FaceBlaster, Ashley Black's tiniest version of a FasciaBlaster, can provide a number of benefits from the aesthetic to health and wellness concerns. In this video, I talk about my faceblasting technique, what it does for me and why how it helps, both cosmetically and for chronic pain.
Four of my poems about what it's like to experience chronic illness, pain or particular symptoms are being displayed on The Unchargeables right now and with permisson, I have reprinted them here. I don't usually discuss the meaning behind my poems, but I wanted to offer a little explanation of each for those who aren't … Continue reading The Poetry of Pain
The FaceBlaster does so much more than it's name implies. So much so that I feel like it's a bit of a misnomer. Yes, incredibly it can sculpt your face and often times eliminate many of the most hated signs of aging such as a sagging jawline: However, the marketing around these devices for their … Continue reading FasciaBlaster’s Fab Little Sister; The FaceBlaster
Head pain is an incredibly common problem for people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. I have struggled with head pain for so many years that I found it almost impossible to accurately identify where it hurt whenever I was examined by a neurologist. My head hurt everywhere, all the time, though I would often experience sharp, shooting … Continue reading Chronic Migraine in EDS
For the last six months, I've been doing a new home therapy designed to break down and allow new healthy fascia to form and I'm happy to report I'm more than impressed with the results. I have seen a great deal of relief from symptoms that stem from my Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome as well as my … Continue reading Fascia Treatments for EDS and Fibromyalgia