In today’s daily knowledge project are continuing our series all week on the importance of adhesion and all the problems it can cause if left untreated.
Today I wanted to cover a really honest truth about why doctors don’t actually diagnose or treat adhesion....
It’s pretty simple...
Because its actually pretty hard to do and take a tremendous amount of skills to do the job right. There are a lot of practitioners out there claiming they are treating adhesion, but the fact of the matter is they aren't even coming close.
People usually are way too compressive when trying to treat adhesion, often doing more harm than good.
We have gotten into this mindset that if a treatment hurts like hell that it must in fact be rather effective.
Wrong! Wrong! Wrong!
That horrible and tremendous pain you feel when someone goes really “deep” on the muscle is actually your bodies way of saying please stop that right now.
When treatment is done right and effectively it should be a “hurts, but good” kind of feel. Never excruciating, if it hurts too much the doctor isn't very good at what they are doing.
Treating and removing adhesion is a fine skill that takes a long time to get good at and unfortunately most people aren't willing to put the time and effort into training that is required to be an expert at this.
The people that suffer the most are the injured ones out there because without effective treatment their problem will just get worse over time.
So if you are currently working with a doctor to solve your problem and they think they are effectively treating adhesion and you keep going back, it might be time to realize they aren't the one to fix your problem.