I've been working on my TMS for about a month and a half, and am practically pain free. It was my SI joint giving me trouble, and I was having to lie down on the floor multiple times a day to pop/relieve it. (I own a cleaning business and still do a lot of cleaning myself in it, so am always doing physical work.) I have not been having to pop or having it hurt for about a month now. I have also been really conscious of my posture/tension level. Remembering to let my shoulder muscles relax and that they should be seated down away from my ears and back has also relieved a lot of constant tension in that shoulder muscle that was always tense. I guess where I'm at now is trying to understand new pains as they arise...is it TMS? Did I do something? For instance, I've been clipping back my bushes with hand trimmers, and my hands are killing me the last couple of days. This is not a new pain with this kind of work. I used to work for a carpenter, and one of the main reasons I quit was that holding the hand tools all day was killing me. So...is this a "trigger" or am I developing arthritis at a young age? (38) That's my struggle now. I'm thoroughly convinced that the TMS applies to some pains, just am not sure how far to take it.