chowder1 wrote:DOUG........I'm confused a little about "3 adjustments". Do you mean 3 separate times with checking the feet in between???
each visit starts with a few questions about how she is feeling. she then stands up against a bench while he exams her visually. sometimes she is asked to turn her neck side to side and comment.
several visits have started with being on a regular massage table. he works on her lower back and hips. this is mostly because of tightness or pain.
however, normally, after the visual she is on a lower table. he does his thing (adjustment 1) and gets her upright. she walks from the table to the door and they discuss her feelings.
back to standing upright, legs against table, visual, and back to lower bench. he does his thing (adjustment 2). repeat walk.
usually, by the third adjustment, she is "better".
it is hard to say what "better" is. i think the best word is balanced or centered. you can clearly see the difference in her walk.
the problem is how long the improvements last. sometimes they are gone by the next morning but sometimes they last longer. we have no plans to stop anything yet.