Patient presents with midfoot pain from an old ankle dislocation where surgeons reduced the dislocation, screwed them together while it healed, then removed the hardware. As a result, her talus and navicular developed over time degenerative joint disease (DJD) in the ankle. In essence, her ankle bones got rusted shut in a misaligned position resulting in a lot of pain. Thorough structural test identified the structural abnormalities in her ankle/foot, and the vector necessary to correct them. Week later, the foot was corrected enough to allow a far deeper correction on the navicular that was giving her the most symptomatic pain.
During consultation, it was also discovered she experiences Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) where she felt tired all day and needed a nap mid afternoon. Structural abnormality was detected and corrected at the 10th Dorsal where the nerves connected to both of her adrenal glands were being obstructed.
And she also shares that she experiences constipation where she goes to the toilet once every 3-4 days. After the first visit, she was going to the toilet every other day. After a week, she now has daily bowel movements. Our goal is to have bowel movements 2-3 times a day. There should be a 1:1 ratio, 1 meal = 1 bowel movement, 3 meals = 3 corresponding bowel movements.
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