I resolve chronic and acute pain due to injury, repetitive stress, aging, and excessive body weight using massage and exercise therapy.
I have experienced both chronic and acute pain for all of the above reasons. I know how difficult, how exhausting, and how frustrating it is to live in constant pain.
I’ve been relatively active all my life so I find it kind of funny that I’ve experienced so many aches, pains, and injuries:
I’ve injured my acromian-clavicular joint (shoulder pain). I’ve dislocated lumbar spine and thrown out my sacro-iliac (back pain). I’ve had patellar femoral pain syndrome (knee pain). I’ve had sciatica (shooting tingling leg pain). I’ve broken bones, strained muscles, jammed joints, and had whiplash. I’ve even herniated discs. Just to name a few.
Most recently, I was in a car accident. It was a beautiful summer day in 2009. I was bumped from behind by a car that had been hit by a teenage driver.
It just didn’t seem like a big deal until I had a loss of short term memory, as well as neck pain, back pain, and then got piriformis syndrome.
Interestingly, regular chiropractic and massage helped a whole lot but several symptoms still remained. While I experienced relief for a day or two after adjustments or massage, inevitably, the piriformis thing would flare up. A flare up was just that – I’d be walking to the kitchen and suddenly, excruciating pain would immobilize me and completely lock up my hip. I couldn’t take another step, I could barely take a breath, and I would have to stand completely still, mid-stride, until the pain subsided.
When the chiropractor decided that his treatments had gotten me as far as possible and closed my claim, I knew something had to change.
I was 21lbs overweight 2 years after the birth of my second son. That wasn’t helping. I had let my regular exercise fall to the wayside. That wasn’t helping.
I knew there were answers and I studied the physical structures of my body that were bothering me. I studied the physiology. I studied the anatomy.
A lightbulb went on in my head. It made perfect sense. I then saw every injury and every overfat experience I’d ever had. Each recovery was the same: I got a bit of help from people I trusted but in the end, I always healed myself.
When I looked at my clients over an 18 month period, know what I found? They got a bit of help from me, but they healed themselves.
I was so excited about this discovery that I completely changed my business model so you can experience the same benefit’s that healing yourself brings.
- With a bit of help, YOU can change your life.
- With a bit of help, YOU can feel better.
- With a bit of help, YOU can have more energy, do what you formerly believed impossible, lose extra pounds, and live completely pain free, just like me.