Hi all, I'm wondering if there's a way I can use a past placebo improvement in my symptoms towards reducing my TMS. About two months ago, I saw a pelvic floor physical therapist for what my urologist diagnosed as prostatitis. My pelvic PT believed that prostatitis was actually a muscular-skeletal issue, and said my pelvis was misaligned. She gave me a 'realignment exercise' and my symptoms improved by 80% within 48 hrs. Nearly two weeks later, I was 90% improved. Looking back and doing some research on pelvic alignment, I now think my improvement was a placebo (although I do think I did have some improvement from the meditation and deep breathing she had me do, which I suspect was beneficial by calming me down). I was absolutely convinced that my pain could be solved from PT going in. The pain came back when I went on a camping trip and convinced myself that I'd thrown my pelvis back out of alignment for good. Placebo went away and the alignment exercise didn't work. I believe 100% in TMS, so I can't use that for my evidence list, since I don't feel I need any more convincing. Has anyone used such past experiences? I was thinking of focusing on how I wasn't in any pain and kind of meditating on that? Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions there? Thanks!