(upbeat music) – Can you show me again where
you’re having the headaches? – Here. On both sides. – It’s on both sides? – Yeah. – It goes from here, and it
goes up and over that way? How long have you had this for again? – 20 years. – 20 years, that’s a long time. (laughing) You’re kind of just, kinda just pushing
through them, weren’t you? – That and like medicating
through like Imitrex and things like that. – Imitrex? How much were you taking? – I don’t know what a pill is, but I would take, like,
sometimes one or two a day for, I don’t know, three or four times a month? – Wow. When you feel them, its mainly over here. It never favors one side at all? Its always both? – It’s not both at the same
time, its either one side or the other side. – Okay. So like, right now its more on– – I don’t know. – Its just sore back here right now because of the acupuncture
I did (laughs) yesterday. But other than that, I
don’t have a headache today. – Okay. How often are you getting them? – Like three or four times a month. – Three or four times a month. All right so, besides the
headaches, um, can you show me what else is going on in
terms of mid-back, low-back? – Like, my hip, my right hip,
and I would get pain down from my, I don’t know, like my– – Leg? (noise drowns out speaker) – Uhhuh! – You don’t think that
is causing any pain, like in my sciatic area? – Um, okay. And then does this bother
you more if you’re sitting? – Yes. – Sitting? – Sitting, like long airplane rides– (muffled speaking). – things like that. – Does that lower back the
hip pain with the headaches and then the mid-back pain as well? – Well, painful in the middle, but it’s, I feel like it’s a pain that I’ve learned to live with but I don’t love it. (crosstalk) It’s more like a soreness
where everything is kind of tight. – Yeah. – It’s like I sit a certain way or if I move certain ways,
I sometimes (mumbles). – Mmhh. – And is it more here in the back or is it more here? – Um, like in the mid (mumbles). – Like, more here? Okay, gotcha! – [Woman] Yeah. I don’t, obviously, don’t want you to live with it. (laughs) So we have to deal with this. – That’s why I’m here. (laughs) – Yeah, exactly, exactly. So for her, the needle
swings way up to here. If you look up there,
it’s almost down below. (faintly speaking) Right there. Okay, you said sitting is worse with this. This is with the sciatic pain– – Yeah. – Okay. (faintly speaking). (laughs). (faintly speaking). – (Muffled speaking) – Mmmm. – (Mumbles) on the right
side in terms the bottom or the top? Which one? – Yeah. – (Mumbles) back over here– – Mmmh. (mumbles) Now if I push right there, it’s pretty– – Mmmmh (mumbles). (faintly speaking). – Yeah, okay, have you
been adjusted before? – Yeah. – Okay, good. (faintly speaking). – (Mumbles) to go. – No. – I’m going to give this a push, going actually up this way. – Okay. – Okay, is that good right there? Just a tiny bit more so there. Nice, there we go. Hold your breath out. I’m going to give this a
push forward that way, okay? – Mmmmh. – So hold your breath in. All the way out. (breathing) One more time, big breath. (breathing) Nice! Good! (faintly speaking) – No. (faintly speaking) Yeah, not that it feel good
but it feels (laughs)– – Not as bad as before. – Yes. (neck cracking) – Okay, how you feel? You feel good? – I feel, well, fine. (laughs). – If you feel fine, that’s fine, yeah. Just wanted to see if you– – If I feel, like, lucid, or something? – That’s fine, yeah. Um, that should be it. Any other questions for me? – Um, I don’t think so. – All right, well, you’re all set to go. – Thank you so much. – No problem. (melancholy piano music).