Overall Body Assessment

Where’s the pain?

Here are some sample areas where people may have pain, heaviness, weakness or incorrect joint tracking affecting movement and/or happiness of the person.

Many longterm injuries take one to three months to heal even when treated properly, depending on the severity and the body fitness in the area affected.

Some areas may have have to be corrected and rebalanced before other areas are rebalanced. In most upper body cases, the pelvis is a big indicator of what’s happening in the spine.

EXAMPLES: Achillies/Peronial Tendonitis, Cuboid Syndrome, Plantar Fascitis, Shin Splints, knees (Meniscus, arthritis, ITB syndrome, PF Syndrome), and hamstrings tears, Sciatica, Scoliosis, lower back pain, sacrum pain, SI pain, hip pain, Quadratus Lumber (QL), groin, wrist conditions (CTS, RSI), tennis elbow, golfer elbow, shoulder issues (Rotator Cuff), Upper back, neck issues (thoracic, cervical & scapula), Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and similar nerve pain or dysfunction. Etc.

Collect Additional Information

  • Age and general energy levels

  • Chronic or Recent Pain, for how long?

  • Weakness or Instability in an area

  • Injuries, fractures, surgeries, etc.

  • Contraindications like Varicose veins, longterm Medication, etc.

  • Work, exercise habits, etc.

  • Stress and other life challenges.

  • Availability to follow through with homework exercises.

Try to find out as much about as possible so you can be more accurate in rebalancing the body.

Standing Body Assessment

Body Assessment

Place the person in a relaxed standing position with all the joints stacked and the insides of the feet aligned in parallel. The width of the feet should be so the center of the ankles and knees are just as wide as the Hip bones (ASIS) when comparing each side of the body.

- Check body in four directions - Front, Left, Right and Back.
- Check the event details and length of time for each condition.
- Check patterns with the conditions on one side or lower/upper.

Look for overall patterns before looking more closely at each of the individual 5-sections.

Progress to more detail for each of the 5-Sections:

Three Examples:

Body Assessment