Phil Sarazen's Hands
I bumped into Phil Sarazen the other day, or he bumped into me. Phil is a dreamer - but he works to get things done, to save the world, a better place: though some see him ungrounded. And! And he's manifesting; getting things done.
last week, as I walked past the ROM (The Royal Ontario Museum), I noticed that
the bicycle-posts, the things you can lock your bike to, had been replaced with
these new art works, metal works. And Phil tells me that they're his. He made
them. (Among other things, he's a welder.)
"All the bike posts in Toronto have got to be replaced," he tells me,"because
you can break them with a two-by-four as a lever," and Phil's the first onto
the gig. Oh, and he has plans - socially responsible plans, but, but his hands
- they are painful, they are a little bit swollen, they are arthritic. "Can
you help?" he asked.
Later we were talking about anti-aging, rejuvenation stuff. Live forever (or at least, Methuselahn years) - Phil still the dreamer, even though he's the one here manifesting concrete, metal bike-posts. Telemeres, he tells he, are out of date. It malformed proteins accumulating...
I said. "But I'm going to blog this. I'm going to blog the healing, the rejuvenation
of Phil Sarazen's hands."
|one might like to skip to the bottom line where, two years on, Phil has found a solution|
concentrated on "distraction" of the right wrist - focusing on the scaphoid,
and fascilitated motion (fsm) to the left wrist.
On our initial
visit (11/7/8) we tried a view trial treatments; primarily gentle mobilization
techniques, on the one hand concentrating on distraction, on the other hand concentrating
on simple facilitated movement (of which I will write more). We saw a moderated
response: Phil thought perhaps his hands felt 10% better.
One further point: Phil feels that an important part of posting this discussion of his hands (on blog and on line) is to invite suggestions and comments that might be helpful from the cybersphere. Please, if you've any thoughts, send them.
the 14th used electrotherpay to the right thenar and wrist.
A couple more treatments: no dramatic change, though Phil feels there is some gradual improvement. "I wouldn't be coming otherwise."
Some of the wrist bones can be "adjusted" chiropractically. (I will write more one this shortly.).
When I would ask Phil if he thought he could feel any benefit from the treatment, he would say that he wouldn't be coming if he didn't see any benefit. But he hasn't been back for a month. He might be extra busy; he might be out of town in August' or the benefits might be too little to offset the bother.
|3/4/10 Phil wrote to me: "Found a formula to fix my hands. Had to move a large family, the man who packed the boxes was a 250lb weight lifter, every box was a struggle, after 1/2 and hour I had to stretch after every box, the move took 10 hours, after that no pain in my hands. It returned but not as bad and now I have a formula. Phil"|
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