We have much more to do yet but yesterday you looked, spoke and moved like a "new" woman. You exited quickly from the car, walked briskly and stepped up onto my deck without assistance and headed right to the treatment room and sat down comfortably rather than as if you were sitting on needles and shifting from side to side. I could barely touch your head, neck, lower spine or pelvis when I first saw you. I had to start with extra light craniosacral. Yesterday you actually asked me to poke around to find an acutely painful area. Not to get too personal, and your husband may have mixed feelings, but in light of the intense MS huggies you have been getting, it was good to see you were able to wear a bra again. Thus far we are having good results for optic neuritis, tinnitis, pain in the perineum and intense extensive MS hug pain that did not improve with venoplasty, drugs, anesthetic injections or AO upper cervical correction. Nor were those signs and symptoms due to TMJ dysfunction, faulty diet, lack of vitamin D or infections. Both you and your husband have similar serious spondylosis and stensosis issues affecting the nervous system. If your husband continued on the road he was on, he would have lost function in his right arm and hand. It doesn't matter if it is central or peripheral, the outcome of stenosis in either case is weakness, sensory disturbances and pain. There are many more challenging cases like yours that can likewise be similarly improved with correct care.
NZer1 wrote: ... when I heard the extent or volume of historic problems it really drives home the need for thorough quality assessment, and a progressive approach to healing! ...
Flexion-distraction may not be the best option for you due to the prone position and the hand contacts on the spine that are used by most doctors that have the tables. It also depends on the type of flexion-distration table they have. Time will tell. There is no hurry at this point. You are progressing very well and, except for your upper cervical spine, range of motion is not the major issue in your case. You have better than average flexibility and range of motion. Your problem is your whole house was in flames. There are still more fires to put out.
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