"Chronic pain affects your everyday life, from the initial trauma to the learned responses - my body was in need of a reset"
For me the struggle was sincerely real after experiencing blunt trauma on my heel 2-years previous. Every day would be a reminder; standing up for any duration of time led to additional strain through the intended alleviation of weight from one foot to the next. The subsequent strain all became a haze amidst the healing I thought was taking place, months on from the initial trigger.
What I didn't account for was the learned neuro and behavioural responses that had occurred, and although I was aware of it, I wasn't sure how to tackle it - let alone accept that was now the cause of my current discomfort.
What was great about Peter is that he spoke me through the processes and why I was still experiencing pain. The 'WHY' I had been waiting to hear because for me, if you know where to start, you can map out the finish line.
Chronic pain effects your everyday life, from the initial trauma to the learned responses. Your body naturally adapts at the time of healing however, prolonged adaptation can have detrimental effects. What started as blunt trauma in my heel, led to hip strain, my footing was clumsy and after a while, frustration led to mood changes and general fatigue - my body was in need of a reset.
After my session with Peter, I was curious about the overall effects. I knew that I had enjoyed my session but as optimistic as I can be, time had not been a healer for me on this occasion.
So, what was achieved? Even now, I am still in awe at how fascinatingly complex our bodies and minds are. Weeks on from my first and only session with Peter, and their has been no reoccurring issues with my heel; what I did not expect to happen was the full elimination of pain in this area.
Even with his vast knowledge in healing, I did not expect these results but I couldn't be more grateful for his know-how!
If you are looking for a game changer but have been struggling with acute of chronic pain, I couldn't recommend Peter more.