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When the chiropractor adjusted me, my back made a lot of noise. It's amazing to be able to move my neck some more. I hope I'll feel even better after acupuncture. I'm going to need help to get through the flight. Here's exactly how the flight's going to go.

Me: Come on, Julio. Under the seat. (move him so his butt's under the seat in front of me.)
Julio: Ooh! Grandma! (that's mom) I wanna go see grandma. (crawls out from under the seat, curls in front of mom.)
Repeat 50 time.
Julio: starts shaking 'cause we're both afraid of flying.
Me: get off my foot. (try not to scream because he's on the bad foot.)
After 4 hours of this, finally get off the plane.



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Mar. 18th, 2006 06:47 pm (UTC)
Isn't it amazing that the human body can make that 'crunching' noise? Before my RSD diagnosis; I used to see the chiropractor regularly. I was always amazed how precise the adjustments were. After my 'problem' was discovered - adjustments make the RSD pain worse. This was an odd circumstance, but I did try.

I'm very happy that you are getting helped, Nickie. Does Julio get treatment too? My chiropractor adjusted cats. Maybe they need some sort of veterinary training to fix animals?!? Perhaps it could get Julio over his fear of flying. I'm sure he'd be in a mellow mood after an adjustment of his own.
Mar. 19th, 2006 11:18 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry to hear that chiropractic doesn't help you any more. Julio doesn't get adjusted simply because I don't know of o chiropractor who does adjusting for animals. I once tried healing touch on him, and while I liked doing the work, he didn't seem to care.

I had a whole bunch of other stuff to say, but can't remember what it was...
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