My office is in my home. Occasionally, my wife will step up behind my chair as I am working on the computer and start to massage the back of my neck. Ow! All of a sudden I am aware of a throbbing pain I didn’t know I had. At first it REALLY hurts. In a short time, though, I feel the pent-up tension and throbbing dissipate and I begin to relax. At that point she stops, giving me a reassuring pat on the back. Released, I return to my task, but then I feel the tension begin to return and I have to ask myself, “What’s causing this?” Likewise, sometimes providers get so caught up in the busy-ness of business, they are not aware of some persistent pains which can impact effectiveness and even the bottom line.