DISC DISORDERS AND SPINAL INJURY
Spinal injury may cause weakness and loss of feeling at and below the injury and can cause problems such as: increased muscle contraction (spasticity), loss of normal bowel and bladder control (including constipation, incontinence and bladder spasms), numbness, sensory changes, pain or weakness.
JYOTI, 43, USA
Jyoti came to the clinic suffering with both lower and upper spine pain. It had become unmanageable. Jyoti attended the clinic over 2 seasons.
BARTEK 43, JAGODA 12, POLAND
Bartek had chronic issues with his spine that would periodically necessitate him to seek medical attention. Then in 2018 it became acute after injuring it while playing on the beach with his kids. He was no longer able to stand up straight. It was at this point that he came to the clinic and worked for six weeks. During this time he was able correct the chronic problem and has not had a problem with it since.
Mor, 39, Israel
Mor came to the clinic in 2022 after two years of suffering with extreme pain and disability caused by lumbar spine disc herniation. He had consulted a wide range of practitioners and over 5 orthopedic surgeons. Surgery was suggested as his only remaining option as he had tried all other therapies available including osteopathy, physiotherapy, massage and acupuncture. He attended 12 weeks of initial treatment, returned home and continued his exercise programme, returning five months later for a final month of treatment.
Sandra, 34, Germany
Three years ago Sandra lifted something heavy and was unable to move. The immobility and pain went on for two weeks and was the start of debilitating periods of pain.
Sandra originally worked with the clinic in Portugal and came to Goa this season to complete the process.