Tag: in session

How I became a fan of Active Isolated Stretching.

In the mid-90s, I had a client. Let’s call him Rastus. I used craniostructural techniques to, at first, deal with his headaches. They, however, made big differences in his demeanor. Rastus was in his early 40s andContinue reading

Another ALS client makes progress

I am working with another client who has ALS. I will call her Linda. Linda and Burt are about the same age but are otherwise very different. ALS has impacted different areas of their body.Continue reading

The Investors

Arnold (not his real name) started seeing me in his mid 50s.  He is a tall, soft-spoken investment counselor. When he first came in, he had a low back problem that really bothered him. HisContinue reading

Client recovers from ALS

I was working with Burt (not his real name) yesterday morning and told him about my blog. He wanted me to write about him. Burt came in with his wife last October. They had big stacksContinue reading

Finding The Godfather of Organized Pain

When I was growing up, we lived on a farm with 6 kids. Pop’s brother, Gene, would say, “Y’all could tear up an anvil bare-footed.” Pop picked up that expression faster than a shiny dime.Continue reading