This question was submitted via our Ask a TMS Therapist program. To submit your question, click here. Question Hi Ten years ago I was diagnosed with a slipped disc and after about a year the problem was resolved. However three years ago after a bout of what was diagnosed as labyrinthitis I was left with one of my legs not performing properly. Most importantly I should point out that I am 56and have suffered with anxiety and agoraphobia all of my life. I have never taken medication and anxiety/agoraphobic provision in the UK is appalling. Anyway,three years ago my leg had what I assume was sciatic issues at the same time as I experienced a traumatic relationship break up, my dog died, my step-mother died, a friend committed suicide . I am isolated in many ways and whilst Iv was able to have various types of physio, osteo, tested for MS and examined for a mass in my abdomen (benign fibroids) my leg continued to weaken. I have a high IQ am a people pleaser and a perfectionist. After three years of this inability to walk, does it sound feasible to you that this is TMS? Is there anyone in the UK who can help me?