Baxter’s Nerve Compression Testimonial from Dave G.

“I am a life-long runner and currently a marathoner and recently completed my first ultra-marathon. As any runner knows, it’s not a matter of IF you will get hurt, but rather WHEN. Well, about a year ago I was completely side-lined with what was diagnosed as plantar fasciitis. After unsuccessful “normal” treatment, a specialist re-diagnosed my condition as Baxter’s Nerve Compression⎯a condition where a nerve is compressed in the inner ankle that mimics plantar fasciitis symptoms. This condition was diagnosed in part through a simple test where I wasn’t able to move my little pinky toe on the affected foot. Well, after about 3-4 sessions with Nicole, including some pretty intense work on the whole “system” from little toe up through calves, I have regained movement in the little toe and 95+% of my foot pain is gone! Thanks Nicole!”