Now, this really is a question. It really, really can depend. There’s a myriad of factors that contribute to pain. Uh, going from a mood to amount of sleep, to hydration to your current condition, obviously to the severity of your injury, to stage of your injury. There’s many, many things, right? As a general.
Our clients of our body will have an instant relief in pain. Ok. Particularly with the, the minor injuries. You particularly as well with issues of fat, pain, neck pain. Our clients do walk out with pain relief. Ok. Sometimes there may be an injury where pain relief isn’t, isn’t as noticeable. Even after session may increased pain in the area where maybe we’ve got, this is a near example.
Maybe we’ve got the knee moving a little bit. Maybe we’ve done some articul. Just to really, really help from some bluff flow, get it moving. And that may cause a bit, may cause a little bit of post attendance. Okay. But the key thing with it is whether you get the instant pain relief, which is fantastic cause, or it takes a bit longer to get pain relief, that having that belief in the program, having that belief in the treat.
It is a big part of it. Okay. The graph will always go up. Sometimes it’s not completely linear, particularly with all types of rehab and with all types of training, okay. Sometimes you, you’re really, really making progress and then you’re not making progress week, but the graph is always moving up, so you always leave, not just plan of action and route to go down.
That will ensure that it’s.