It annoys me that Chiropractic can end in an “-ic” but still be a noun, yet that is the case. I am one month behind in writing posts about the chiropractor, so I am skipping ahead to write about the visit I had today. I like Doctor Marité because she is an intuitive like me. Our vibrations run very similar and she can easily find my sore spots and subluxations without being told by me where they are. However, I am impatient and I would sometimes like to tell her, “Please go here, now!”
Doctor Marité starts by taking my left arm and asking my body where the problems are and what they are. To a quote “normal person”, this would be charlatan baloney or a scam – but I know better. My body tells me messages all the time. “You need vitamin D3. You need rosemary. You need water.” Dr. Marité asks my body questions and then my arm responds by moving up or down, kind of like shaking your head yes or no.
Next she tries to locate the source.
Most visits, I also have a valve that needs to be expressed (Google “express a dog’s anal glands”).
Usually, it is my left kidney. She presses on the spot and it both hurts and feels great at the same time. That’s the story of chiropractic for me: it both hurts and feels great at the same time!
After the valves, I turn on my back and she begins to treat my spine. Today she surprised me by using a medical vibrator on my butt muscles. I was not expecting it and then RRRRRRRRRRRR. The thing was fifty times the strength of any sex toy vibrator I ever owned and I have had some strong ones (:
She put that thing on the inside of my right knee and it fucking hurt! Dr. Marité blithely told me that people scream sometimes when she does that. Warning: chiropractors are willing to hurt you for a few seconds in order to restore movement or function to a body part. Because of the way I feel afterwards, I say it’s totally worth it. I have only known Dr. Marité for one month, but I trust her. I did not mind that she was rubbing my butt with a vibrator in front of other patients! You see, the treatment area has 7 tables and Dr. Alexander was working on a man just a few feet away from me. I always have a good laugh about something that goes on there. Hey, whatever gets the job done.
Next I flipped back onto my stomach and she checked again for issues. Then I turned onto my back and she tried to crack my mid-back vertebrae – only they wouldn’t move. Completely stiff. Next I flipped on my stomach again and then my back again, and finally she got ready to crack my neck. I neeeed my neck cracked because it restores function and flexibility; but I am afraid of the sound. Doctor puts essential oils on her hands and starts to gently move my head around. I concentrate on not fighting her. She cracks my left side and I laugh with gratitude at the loud sound. It feels better. She says the right side “is a different kind of rat”. How true. It’s much harder to crack and doesn’t move very much or make much noise. Usually, my eyesight gets crisper and clearer all of a sudden as Flow is restored to some nerve somewhere in my neck. I have observed that my pupils change color. It looks like someone took a black marker and drew a thick circle around my iris. Someday I hope to meet someone who does iridology and have them explain it to me.
So we have:
Results: MOTION. I am literally taller and I can move about freely. I can turn my head from side to side. Also, my mood is improved. I told the doctor that I felt ready to join a gym and start exercising, but she said to start by walking 30 minutes every day. Okay, I did 20 today. I love walking.
Since starting chiropractic, I am taking:
I asked Dr. Marité for a daily multi-vitamin and she gave me one that contains Full Spectrum Phytonutrients and smells like fresh greens. $39 a month. I find myself at a loss for words to explain how my mood feels better. That’s not very good for a writer. “I can’t describe it but it just is.” What? For sure, I’m not used to feeling this healthy. I’ll work on being able to journal it for us, okay? Just give me time.
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