Hi everyone, after six months of TMS-work I already have gotten much better. However, there is one obstacle I share with a close friend of mine, who also has TMS. When getting treatment by an osteo in the past we both have frequently been told that our vertebrae (I hope that is the right English word) and SI-joints were not in the correct postion. They called it "instable". I know that this is a very popular diagnosis among physicians and I have been working on convincing myself that this is not the cause of my pain. I have managed to go without seeing an osteo for two months (which is quite an achievement for me). Now I`m back in pain and it feels like the same old vertebra-issue. I am wondering: does tension created by TMS have so much power that it can alter the position of parts of your spine or could that be a normal physical disposition which does not neccessarily cause pain? When this happens I feel crooked and blocked, unable to move freely. The tension is usually stronger at one side of the body and spreads everywhere. Sometimes my father and brother get this too (they don`t have TMS), but after a few days and without getting treatment they are fine again. Currently I am having a very painful relapse (for obvious psychological reasons), feeling twisted and crooked, and the question above is the one last point about TMS I am not completely sure about. That makes it difficult to really heal. I would love to see a TMS doctor to discuss this but we don`t have any in Germany. Is there anybody else who had the same issue and was able to get rid of it after classifying it as TMS? That would be very helpful!