A tug-of-war happening in your body. The rope will likely fray and possibly snap one day. I’m talking posture here people. If you’ve got squinting to see something head posture, confused dog head posture, sassy hip tilt posture, just got goosed in the butt posture, or just got hit in the privates posture., there is a war a going on in there. The teams in there are muscles, tendons, and ligaments and they are pulling against each other to find the most comfortable and efficient place to spend most of their time. The pain comes when no one is willing or able to give little slack and the rope tears, maybe not completely, but even a little fray can hurt like the dickens. If you want to avoid injury, improve performance, or truly be rid of your pain, we have to make a lasting change.
I have decided to make house calls to those who have trouble getting out of there house. We all know pain is no fun, but for some of us it is much more than an anoyance that comes and goes. Some of us are suffering through a daily battle to perform the most basic of tasks whilst feeling incredible pain. These people might have the best of intentions and incredible will power, but pain doesn’t really care about all that.
Most of the time pain is a byproduct of damage. Damage to ligaments, tendons, and muscles that calls for the creation of scar tissue to repair the injury. When formed properly (as it usually is) scar tissue does the trick and the pain goes away and you forget you were ever hurt. BUT, once in a while that scar tissue forms badly and the cycle of peekaboo pain begins and gets worse over months, years, decades.
Many of the the people I visit in their homes are dealing with the end result of injuries that may have happened many years in the past and the person might not even remember getting hurt. So we assess the situation and then go about the business of going “back in time” and helping these people finally heal the underlying injuries.
If this interests you, then contact me or schedule a phone call and let’s start moving toward hope rather than hopelessness!