Sharon S – No More Surgeries
August 5, 2021
Rebekah H – Hip Pain
August 5, 2021

“I have been running for about 7 years now. As the years have gone on, I have been getting more and more into it. It started with running a 5K and has become running a marathon. Unfortunately, with running far distances, comes easy injuries. I had been struggling with multiple injuries with my knee, shoulders, hips, and shins. I was referred to a chiropractor. I went for two sessions and while it cracked me into place, that only last for a few days before I was in pain again. Deborah Freeman than told me about the Egoscue Method. She took pictures, and was able to give me a full diagnosis and a menu of e-cises in just a few days. She made sure that she made the menu short enough that I would get to the e-cises everyday. Deborah also took the time to show me each one so that I would get the full results.

Within just a few days of doing these e-cises I felt better. Not just in terms of pain, but also a better sense of being. I wouldn’t be as tired when I woke up, I had more energy, and my running improved by leaps and bounds.

Unfortunately, a few months ago I started running low on time and barely had enough time to do my marathon training, so the e-cises started falling by the wayside. I am desperately trying to make time to get back to my menu because I don’t feel as good as I did when I was doing them. I’m constantly exhausted, temperamental, and my running is suffering. My endurance and speed have been declining.

It’s easy to get trapped up in life, but the Egoscue Method is something worth making time for. Deborah has been fantastic. She constantly checks up to hear how things are going, she is always reachable, and if something isn’t working- she’ll immediately find a better method for you. We live in an age where we want quick and easy solutions. Unfortunately with posture, it is something that we constantly have to work on. One quick trip to a chiropractor can temporary fix your pain, but the Egoscue Method can permanently heal your pain- if you keep up with it!”