You have deep injuries in muscle and other soft tissue. Injuries that are sort of healed and sort of not. Injuries that you *badly* want gone. Injuries that probably have great gobs of internal scar tissue, that's easy to believe.
You are told from various directions about ultrasound (granted, a lot of those sources also offer therapy services, but, hey, they *are* medical or chiropractic professionals, are they not?).
They you go online and you read something like this:
http://saveyourself.ca/articles/ultrasound.php which contains such quotes as:
"Having spent their hard-earned dollars and endured the discomfort of treatment, patients are more subject to placebo effects—and less willing to entertain the possibility that it was all a waste. At this stage in their quest to feel better, more people will report ambiguous results if they were positive (“Yeah, I think it did some good!”), and even negative reports will often be toned down (“I didn’t seem to get that much out of it, but I guess it works really well for some people.”) This could go on for years."
What would you think?
What would you do?