Has anyone studied it or been to a kinesiologist?
I've been searching for non-medicated/non-surgical relief from severe shoulder pain/loss of motion since early this spring, and I saw a kinesiologist yesterday. I had immediate results...not a full return of complete range of motion, but definite improvement. Last night was the first night I slept without pain in my whole upper back/shoulders/neck in several months! He also found a small problem in one of my hips that was causing my leg to not move forward correctly, and my hamstring muscles weren't getting proper signals either, so that just made my body work harder to run (and run improperly)....and here I thought it was just my age creeping up on me!
I'm not 100%, but I sure feel GREAT this morning!