To keep the mind active more studying, research, training and admin work was done during my 2 month recovery after surgery. My activity level is now back to normal and am now pain free.
The weather outside is hot, hot, hot and I am so glad that I had an air conditioning unit installed in the clinic last year. It has made it more comfortable for both my clients and I during treatments.
Whilst the clinic was closed, it became a home for my new sound therapy equipment. Since receiving my Sound Therapy qualification, I have spent many hours practicing my gongs, bowls and percussion instruments in preparation for offering Sound Healing or Sound Therapy sessions. These are now available on a one-to-one basis in clinic, and I will shortly be starting group sessions once a suitable venue is sourced.
Battlefield Acupuncture is something that is “new” but a modality that is now available from me. Before introducing it into the clinic, I decided to trial it myself the day after my knee replacement surgery. The Hospital Physiotherapist (who was dry needling trained) was interested in this pain relieving protocol to the extent that I guided her to insert Battlefield Needles into my ears to help me address my post-surgery pain. She is now planning to do the training herself. As for me – it helped! If you are not sure what it is, then Google is a useful source of information, or I have put some more details on my website under the treatments section (Acupuncture).
Till next time – stay safe and injury free