Happy story of the week: Lisa evaluated a patient last Saturday for pain radiating down the right leg; the patient has already had one spinal surgery and is trying to avoid another. He said that he’s had pain in the leg constantly for “months.” Lisa did a shotgun myofascial release balancing technique for the spine and sacrum and treated the ...READ MORE »
Monthly Archives: December 2017
Great patient story of the week: Anne in our VA office has been treating a patient with a lupus diagnosis and “years” of leg swelling. The patient has been treated for 3 visits, mostly focusing on treating recent concussions. Anne opened up her diaphragms using advanced strain counterstrain and myofascial release and drained her kidney to her ureters. The patient ...READ MORE »
Funny story of the week: Anne was treating a patient in our VA office for ankle pain and plantar fascitis. The patient reported during the treatment (Anne was performing compartment syndromes on the lower leg): “My leg is on fire! It’s so hot you could toast a marshmallow on it!” Love it!!