After the assessment, I will explain what I see and describe your condition (e.g. you moderately strained your hamstring muscle or your joint is stiff and compressed). After the pulse diagnosis, I give you an overview of the imbalances in the body and how to correct them from a lifestyle/diet/exercise and routine perspective. Then I can assist in releasing tension in the tissues and joints; guide the body into alignment; correct muscle imbalances; and bring a meaningful function back into your daily life.

Working on physiological imbalances through lifestyle/habits/routine, for example, is paramount in returning the body back to balance. This is how, I believe, imbalances occur in the first place; that we are doing small seemingly harmless activities/habits in our lives that create irregularities, aggravations, irritations (that begin as non-symptomatic/subclinic in nature) in the body, and can build up over time, and eventually make themselves really known when there is a bigger task for the body do perform (i.e. lifting heavy objects, travelling extensively, etc). These imbalances also help to explain discomforts that come on gradually over time (e.g. pain out of bed one morning).