I also wanted to announce I’ve begun seeing a chiropractor in hopes that he can inspire some more healing. The concept is that by pinpointing possible roots of my condition’s problems, like lack of sensation or shoulder pain, I might be able to improve much more rapidly after treatment. His approach is holistic, and fortunately should not require lifelong visits!
Apparently, the X-rays taken at consultation showed subluxations throughout my neck, which could potentially be the cause of many of my issues.
So far, we’ve been doing adjustments, massage, electrical stimulation, and traction. Seeing as my treatment will take place over the next three months, it’s far too early to tell if it’s helping, but I’ll be sure to check in once in a while to let you know how it’s going.
Notably, I’ve been told to stop strength training exercises in the meantime (so, unfortunately, no yoga! BOOO), as this helps us identify what may or may not contribute to potential physical issues. We’ll see.
I guess it’s all the more reason to concentrate on fine motor reprogramming!
To our healing,