So far, treatment has been extremely beneficial. Today, after approximately 14 years of having a tailbone that is severely bent forward and off to the right, I can proudly say that my tailbone is straight and set in the right spot! It really is amazing!
About 2 days ago, Leslie officially moved my coccyx into the correct position. Ever since, she’s been working on slowly pulling my spine upwards, back into its intended position as the tailbone injury had yanked everything down towards my buttocks.
Additionally, Leslie has also been working on my abdomen. There is a lot of restriction and scar tissue built up around my organs, which is inhibiting their ability to function optimally. This is likely the result of various accidents I’ve experienced and multiple childhood infections and illnesses I endured. The abdominal work can be quite uncomfortable since everything is so tightly wound up, but I know how much work I need there. I only wish I had more time.
Where fertility is concerned, Leslie feels we’ve done everything that my body needed. My tailbone is aligned, she’s worked to adjust my hips (they are now almost completely aligned) and she’s pulled up the spine and worked on adjusting the sphenoid bone in my skull, which houses the pituitary and hypothalamus gland. Now, if our hypothesis is correct, the brain should be able to communicate with the ovaries properly; so it’s just a matter of time before they begin to respond, ‘re-inflate’ (as they are atrophied) and begin to function again. This could take days, weeks or months; there is just no telling, but to speed up the process she highly recommends getting some acupuncture work done to wake up the ovaries. I will certainly be working on getting it done a.s.a.p. I’ve done acupuncture in the past and found it to be helpful, but to Leslie’s point, there is no way it would have worked before. The message just couldn’t be sent down from my brain given the position of my body and it’s bones and organs. Now, however, it should work great!
Overall I feel pretty good. My lower back and hips have been the most uncomfortable through treatment (I've also had some headaches and random other pains), but it makes perfect sense as my tailbone is now in a completely different spot and my hips are now square. For the next few weeks I will be sitting on an inflatable donut to keep direct pressure off of the tailbone (until my body gets used to it’s new spot), completing various as home stretches and treatments and also avoiding exercise completely. Lots of changes will continue throughout my body so it’s important to be gentle with myself, get rest, drinks lots of water and eat healthy (as always).
Coming to Clear Passage was a choice I made based on a hypothesis I have. Also, I should note that I had to literally be accepted into this clinical therapy program as they will not take patients that they feel they cannot help. This isn’t a just question of making money for Clear Passage (of coarse it has to be in some sense), but for them it’s about whom they think they can help.
Is it a 100% proven science? Nope. But does it make a whole lot of sense? To me, hell yes! Plus, Clear Passage has a great track record with women who have my exact issues and they also have some great studies, which I’ve read in detail. Sometimes, you just have to trust your gut and follow your instinct. Even if the only thing I get out of this is a straight tailbone, I will be ecstatic! No more pain! Yahoo!
Now stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks and months. Let’s see if I can get some other things functioning properly again!
Thanks for all the support!
"To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear." - Buddah