Although Ken still has muscle spasms in his cervical region, they are generally quite mild and painless. He has free movement and correct posture, and the spasms often disappear for much of the day. The treatment still works as it did when he first reported on it in the Spring 2015 issue of the ST Quarterly because the root cause of the spasms had been identified and successfully addressed with surgery. In addition to the surgery, Ken has identified several ways to temporarily suppress spasms whenever they become annoying. More of this topic will be covered in the webinar. You are encouraged to ask questions and talk a bit about any experiences you may have that suggest your ST is related to sensory nerve damage.