Celeste Cooper, RN

Health Professional

Celeste Cooper, R.N., is a freelance writer focusing on chronic pain and fibromyalgia. She is lead author of Integrative therapies for Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Myofascial Pain and the Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain book series. She enjoys her family, writing and advocating, photography, and nature. Connect with Celeste through Twitter @PainedInkSlayer or follow her Facebook page.

Latest by Celeste Cooper, RN

Best Treatments for Chronic Foot Pain

If your foot pain is more than soreness from normal wear and tear, it’s time to create a treatment plan. Here's what you need to know.

Using Kinesiology to Manage Chronic Pain

What if we told you that analyzing and adjusting your simple movements — such as getting out of a chair — can help treat your chronic pain?

Deep Tissue Bodywork For Chronic Pain

These deep tissue bodywork techniques can get to the core of your chronic pain.

Forging a Connection Could Help Manage Pain

If you live with chronic pain, you know that stigma and disbelief can hurt. But speaking openly about your issues can help.

Can Myotherapies Help With Pain Management?

Learn about the myotherapy treatments that can help relieve chronic pain from myofascial dysfunction.

Does Chronic Pain Run In Your Family?

Research shows that some chronic pain may be hereditary. Learning about your family health history could offer insight on how to manage it.

Physical Therapy Might Help Your Chronic Pain

Learn more about the many types of physical therapy for chronic pain, including hydrotherapy, passive manual therapy, and movement therapies.

Could Massage Help Your Chronic Pain?

With the right technique from a skilled therapist, massage can promote relaxation, relieve tension, and help your muscles heal.

Can CBD Help Veterans With PTSD and Pain?

Jamie Robinson is educating people on the health benefits of non-psychoactive CBD oil and how it can help veterans with PTSD and pain management.

Tips for Successful Travel With Chronic Pain

If you live with chronic pain, travel can be challenging, but a little planning and these tips can make your next trip less stressful.