As Don Simkovich wrote in his introduction, his wife, a nurse practitioner specializing in children, came to my office complaining of lower left back pain. This was in her lumbar region. She previously had conventional chiropractic adjustments and a few physical therapy sessions that gave temporary relief. She also had hip pain and shoulder pain. A simple act like leaning forward to tie her shoes caused her to groan. When the pain was at its worse, she would take up to 1200 mg of Motrin up to three times per week.
During my initial screening, I found that when she turned her head to the left it caused her left leg to be a half-inch shorter than her right. She noticed an immediate improvement in all areas of her body after the first adjustment and pain medication was no longer needed for her condition.