Let’s face it - this isn’t the first time you’ve tried to feel better.
I bet you’ve been to countless appointments with professionals who claim to be able to help…
Chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists, acupuncturists, personal trainers, your primary doctor, maybe even an orthopedist.
I also bet that every time you’ve tried to explain what you are feeling, or the way you’re feeling, your mind starts racing...
“Did I explain my problem right?”
“Do they get it?”
“Do other people experience this?”
All the while hoping the person you are speaking with is really listening, if they’ve had patients like you before, if they can help, if they even care…
Professionals try their best to help, but they can only help to the level of their training.
Most experts are experts in a particular narrow field of study.
For example, if you bring your back pain to a back specialist, they will focus on your back. If you bring your foot pain to a foot specialist, they will focus on your foot.
But what if the reason you have back pain is because of the way your feet work? What if your foot pain is because of the way your back moves?
What if the area that hurts isn’t the problem at all?
This is the big “aha” that’s taken me years to put together...but which most specialists can’t see, because they haven’t been trained to see how the body works together as a system.
And it leaves you feeling lost and hopeless because how could you possibly know that the area that’s hurting you ISN’T where the problem really resides?
So you keep going on, trying to solve your pain, not really knowing what the deeper issue is.
Each attempt to find help, and not get it, will start to wear on you. With every educated and qualified professional you see that can’t help, it can lead you to believe that you are the only person in the world with this unsolvable problem.
But deep down you know there must be an answer to your problem somewhere out there.