PETER "Fopa" FORSBERG:
One of the all time great hockey players and 2X Staney Cup Winner with The Colorado Avalaches
Peter's right foot is one of the worst athletic injuries we have seen. And one of our most rewarding interventions.
After multiple surgeries, moving muscles and shaping bone, Peter's foot looked like it had been through a meet grinder. There was not much hope to ever get him skating again since, due to the excruciating pain, he was not even able to get his foot into the skate!
Peter suffered, from our neuro-sensory-motor point of view, from an active toe grip reflex. This sensitivity in his toes became a problem when the hockey skate manufacturers started to raise the heel slightly which put a bit more pressure on his toes. This pressure caused a sensory reaction which activiated the toe flexors under his foot. Terrible cramping under his foot ensued.
Forced into retirement Peter was desperate to try something that may help.
He found us.
As all great athletes Peter responded with impressive speed. And after only a few treatments Peter had his foot in a skate and after a dozen or so treatments Peter was now complaining about the inside edge strength of his right foot to be not very good. (A good sign that he is feeling good on his skates!)
Neurotraining at home and some training Peter signed a one month, One Million Dollar contract with the Avalanches!
Once again neurotraining does the impossible!