If you have been through a certain experience, you will undoubtedly have some practical advice to share with someone going through the same situation.
That experience allows you to speak with a voice that resonates greater than someone who lacks this experience.
I work with people all the time that have injuries and associated pain and other symptoms. I have become very skilled at helping these people, even though, I have suffered only minor injuries to this point in my life.
If you truly want to understand someone's situation, walk a mile in their shoes, right?
Nutrition really has to start with a change in your mindset regarding food and what the process requires. Nutrition is hard to change because it is something you have to deal with multiple times everyday and it is influenced by some many factors.
Emotions. Stress. Time. Family. Money.
These are just some of the few things that can interfere with changing how you eat. Fail to plan and you plan to fail.
It seems simple enough. If you have muscle tightness, the remedy is to stretch said muscles.
Simple. Easy. Done deal. Moving on.
Not so fast.
There may be a better way. An approach that, on the surface, seems ludicrous and absurd.
No disrespect for these health care professionals, but their evaluations skills are average at best. And, they often do not have the time to truly evaluate someone even if there skills are not subpar.
And, treating pain with meds only attempts to deal with your symptoms. It DOES NOT deal with the underlying problem that is causing the pain.