Hey all, Background: I have fixed carpel tunnel and tennis elbow pain with TMS methods. They vanished quickly and only battle with it when I get back to weightlifting at this point. New issue: I have snapping hip on the right side which eventually led to pain. I have tried to ignore it but theres definitely a muscularity and flexibility difference between left and right. So, I started PT. Seemed to have helped the symmetry but then my calf started hurting and lower back. Got an MRI, I have 2 herniated discs in lower back that are consistent with the symptoms. I am aware that I obsess. I have anxiety and by default am a nutcase unless I meditate and exercise. BUT heres the thing, I didn't know my back could mess with my foot. I didn't make that connection, the MRI did but my toe is numb and my calf hurts. So, if its TMS, its reallllllly clever. Like clearly this is a breakage in part of my body. Clearly there are repercussions of that mechanically. How can you guarantee me by ignoring this real breakage, its not going to get worse? It feels so common sense that if ur touching nerves, nerves make sensation. And, if its TMS, its clearly going to keep crippling me in various ways, how do I stop it and how do I actually know the difference between TMS and you're about to ruin your life?