External manual adjustment of coccyx

Tracy, Australia

Posted 2016-08-21

Although I still get pain in my coccyx when I sit on hard surfaces, Brenda's method for manual adjustment definitely has provided me with some relief.

It took me a number of weeks to be able to access the area properly because the muscles were so tense, in addition, three times a day generated some skin sensitivity. It took time for the collection of muscles down there to release.

Now I can easily access the area and do find relief in my lower back and upper legs when I undertake the manoeuvre. I did initially prefer to do it laying on my side because the issue I mentioned above made it impossible to do it in the sitting position.

I don't want to apply any more pressure than I currently am, in case my coccyx is in the right location and I accidentally cause more damage in the area. Perhaps it is muscular in my case.

In short, the method has reduced muscle tensing significantly around the coccyx, buttocks and under carriage which has made me more comfortable.

I will persist in the hope that it continues to help and will let you know if anything changes.

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