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  • #16
    Sarah reports (today, about day 5 post treatment) that she moves the same as she felt on day 2, when the updated picture was posted in #5. She says it doesn't feel quite as effortless as it did on the first day, so probably one more session would be in order.

    However, I think it's safe to say she's well over the hump. She now has (almost) every bit of movement back from what it was when she volunteered to be the demo.

    I'm pleased with the DNM framework, the speedy and clinically beneficial results, and complete lack of nociceptive input this set of hands-on moves required.
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    • #17
      I'm pleased with the DNM framework, the speedy and clinically beneficial results, and complete lack of nociceptive input this set of hands-on moves required.
      It is surely of great benefit for those in the performing arts and sport whether it be at recreational or international level, to have access to an effective, interactive method of improving and maintaining range of movement which does not involve digging and prodding. The parable of the north wind and the sun comes to mind.

      Besides which, quantifiable measurements (and images) carry more weight than subjective reports of how something "feels".
      Jo Bowyer
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