Thursday, October 6, 2011

Stretching, Electric Thingymagig, Anti-inflammatories, Less Stress

Alright. I think I found the solution to my tightness problems. I started seeing Dr. James Piccolino here in Miami, he's a chiro that specializes in soft tissue. We started doing a lot of stretching, and something called 'nerve flossing' which mobilizes the nerves. I asked Mr. Boeree about it and he found the term very interesting, although he calls it 'nerve mobilization'. Other than that, I used my Tru-Wave TENS electronic stimulator which seemed to calm my spasms down a bit. I also took a small dose anti-inflammatory. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, the restaurant is running smoothly and I have people doing all the jobs like they should.

Things are going fine today. Back is feeling relaxed. I'll be seeing Dr. Piccolino a few more times, he does wonders with stretches. I also have a phone consultation with Boeree soon. I'll keep you posted on that!

1 comment:

  1. Glad to hear things are better. My PT has me doing nerve flossing as well as something called "retlouping" which is basically nerve flossing, but instead of pumping the calf/leg, you sit with your feet against a wall, knees locked, sitting up and then you move your head back and forth and side to side to floss the spinal nerves. I can feel it in my hip on my right side where I have a bit of scar tissue and I think it has helped me. Think there is a youtube video of the technique. I would highly recommend it if you haven't tried it already.

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