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For the last cou­ple of months, curiousmay9 has been treat­ing both of us (and shad­owkatt on occa­sion) with trig­ger point ther­a­py.1For those of you who have tried pan-dimen­sion­al heal­ing (see pan_dimensional for more infor­ma­tion), I think they work in sim­i­lar ways.

It works. It real­ly works, and it’s mak­ing a major pos­i­tive dif­fer­ence in my life. I’m off all painkillers but ibupro­fen 90% of the time, and have only tak­en one mus­cle relax­ant this month. I’ve been able to get a lot more done, as I’ve had more ener­gy as a result of decreased pain.

I can’t rec­om­mend it strong­ly enough for any­one deal­ing with any kind of chron­ic health prob­lem, or who is just inter­est­ed in drug-free ways to deal with the occa­sion­al phys­i­cal nui­sance. We have a Ther­a­cane that we use to treat spots that are hard to reach for ourselves.

I am eat­ing more health­ily than ever, thanks also to curiousmay9. I rejoined Weight Watch­ers a cou­ple of weeks back, and even man­aged to lose 3 lbs. over Thanks­giv­ing (I still can’t fig­ure that one out). As before, I have more prob­lems eat­ing as much per day as they pre­scribe than keep­ing with­in my “points.”

So, oth­er than some rough­ness while I tran­si­tion from one oth­er kind of med­ica­tion to anoth­er that’s been shown to help fibromyal­gia patients, I’m feel­ing much bet­ter, and I’m thank­ful for it.

Cyn is Katie's mom, Esther's Mémé, and a Support Engineer. She lives in the Atlanta area with her life partner, Rick, and their critters. She knits, does counted-thread needlework, reads, makes music, plays TTRPGs, and spends too much time online.
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