What did we do before the days of the internet? I could just sit around for hours and look up random junk…especially while watching TV. (Eg, How old was Mickey Rooney when he died? What was the name of the song in that commercial?) My squirrel brain doesn't pay attention to the TV very well! But sometimes I uncover a little morsel. I was looking up the Olympic figure skaters ("creeping" as my kids would say), when I read on Wikipedia this on figure skater Ashley Wagner: 2010–2011 season A racing heartbeat which had long bothered Wagner became more frequent during the summer before the 2010–11 season. She also began to suffer violent full-body muscle spasms which her coach Priscilla Hill said were "some of the most horrific things I've ever seen." She saw a number of physicians who were unable to determine the cause. Finally, chiropractor and muscle specialist Steve Mathews revealed that tension in her neck muscles was causing one of her vertebrae to be pushed out of place, squeezing various nerves; a physical therapy program reduced the problems. Sounds like Olympian TMS to me. And she totally fits the profile. You can see the intense drive in her eyes. And when you read about her training and back ground all the bells start ringing. And then there's the placebo cure. I'm learning to rethink all these theories and when I read about her vertebrae being pushed out of place I felt like screeching, "What a bunch of hooey!" So I guess my knowledge therapy IS changing my view on the things I used to embrace as "science".