I decided to give up my physical therapist and revoke my PT morning regimen. I have found this helpful and a part of my recovery that feels in line with what Sarno suggested in his writings. Giving up any treatments aimed to fix the physical "problem." I do have a body worker who I love who offers Craniosacral body work and light, gentle, and supportive swedish massage. I am continuing to see her and just want to share my experiences. I am finding that a light holding of the places in question and work with an intuitive body worker who offers a holistic and whole body treatment to be wonderful and effective. While lying on the table I will bring up anything that I feel in question of including emotions, life stressors, feelings, any thoughts, or decisions I am open to. Though on the table there will be times where I can feel the pain in my left hip start to blare -like a child with a loudspeaker trying to blare out as a distraction from anything I am saying. I am learning that this is what makes her feel safe. And as Louise Hay references. It is like our old reptilian brain saying "beware!! there is a bear!!" I am learning as she suggests to say "thank you" and not give it much attention. Anyone else have positive experiences with a body worker or massage therapist??