Ludies back hurt. Her son Harvey, who sings with Gloria Gaynor, was home to bring his mother to try Japanese Acupuncture. It had been a few years since she’d been to my clinic.
I went to work first on her back, then palpated her abdomen, Japanese style. When I finished she remarked, “I feel so good and my back doesn’t hurt.” She’ll come back when her son Harvey returns from a gig in Europe.
Chinese acupuncture had failed to alleviate the pain in her knees 5 years ago.
I called her with the good news that my Japanese acupuncture was working wonders with knee pain.
She came in more crippled than usual, as she’d been a real sport and helped her brother move the day before.
I went to work on one meridian on each leg, using O’ketsu moxa and very thin Japanese needles.
As she left, she commented, “The pain is surprisingly less!!”