So, I'm finally embarking on a 'therapy' which seems to answer to all my symptoms. I am very willing to give it a try, although of course still skeptical. I have been suffering from Piriformis, hip, thigh and sciatica pain since May. I attributed it to cycling and to my state of unfitness since I had quitted my sport some months before. I used to be a rock climber but quitted this sport after a shoulder injury (which also wouldn't heal). Then I also started getting nerve pain along both my arms. In the last nine months I lost climbing, walking ( I walk around a bit but 5 minutes is already too much whereas before I could do 20 k daily...), and other activities such as reading and typing. My shoulder is getting better after seeing a new PT, but my leg and arm pain is more or less the same. I have ordered Sarno's book and I do feel emotionally better already knowing it could be TMS. My level of acceptance: I have an open mind, but sometimes can't believe that my mind alone would create all these symptoms (the muscle under my pinky finger is visibly contracting for instance). However, I am well aware of my anxious personality, my depressing thoughts when I had my shoulder injury, and my EXTREME FEAR of shoulder surgery which I had back in April and May (which thankfully I didn't do). What would life mean to me without TMS? Everything. It would mean getting back to work (but without being the people pleaser I used to be before). It would mean lots of sports and adventure, without which I feel emotionally dead. It would mean being reborn. I thank anyone having taken the time to read this.