blistering alignment

Physiotherapists good. Lower back mobility good.

Fallout from first physio appointment, not so good.

A little twinging in the hips is one thing. A slightly sore ankle even makes sense in the context of realignment. But realignment to the point where one’s shoes don’t fit the way they used to and, instead of walking on air, it’s now all about walking on blisters.

Or, at least, one huge blister that rubs painfully against every sngle pair of shoes I own.

Oh, the physio’s gonna get an earful tomorrow.

And I suspect I’ll end up with new shoes. And orthotics…

One response to “blistering alignment

  1. My other half gets the same kinds of issues after getting her back cracked (she has a slight curve, which needs fixing every six months or so).

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