While I was down for the count, I decided to embark on Phase 2 of Rebuild Tyna and take care of this nagging hip issue I’ve been having, along with a tune up on my low back/pelvis. The back is ongoing and stays quiet with yearly treatment and the hip is a new but progressive issue.
I’m a bit of a “needle snob” when it comes to trusting someone to stick needles into me. Before his passing, my mentor was the only one who had ever treated me, so I’m a little gun-shy about letting others near me with a sharp object. He was so darn good at it. I’m pretty darn good at it too, so my standards are high.
So I called up my dear friend and colleague, Dr. Joanne Gordon, ND. She was happy to help and we had a chance to catch up and treat each other. She is a dynamo with a needle. We had a great time and both limped out of my office looking like the Walking Dead with our funny gait, but knowing that we are both going to heal up so well!
That has me at a grand total of the amount of blood pulled that one would donate at a blood donation. This anemic girl is a bit tired from all the blood-letting and procedures and healing.