Last week I ran in the Phoenix 10k in with a finishing time of 59:58, finishing 11th in my Age Division (60-64). I realize this in not a world-class performance.... However, for the last 11 months, I have have not been able to run further than 2 miles without stopping to stretch due to excruciating pain in my lower buttocks. Earlier in the year, it was diagnosed that I have Piriformis syndrome, a condition in which the piriformis muscle, located in the buttock region, spasms and causes buttock pain. Going into the 10k, I was prepared to stop every 2 miles to do some stretching to provide relief which would allow me to complete the 6.2 mile (10K) race. THE GREAT NEWS, and why I am sharing my experience on the platform is because 15 minutes before the race, Dr. Jett Hudson, provided me with stretches, pressure point manipulation, and a few adjustments offered immediate relief then..., and throughout the race. ;-) Note, I did not have to stop, not even once!!! I'm a believer and will be back! - THANK YOU Jeff!