(“I Got You” by James Brown) ♪ Wo! I feel good, I
knew that I would, now ♪ – Hey Tommy. How ya doing? – Fine.
– Good. – What’s going on today? – Well, I got rained on yesterday. – What? – I thought I was in Georgia. And it starts ♪ Rainy night in Georgia. But didn’t get no rain in California. – What? – I’m in Dr. Tony’s office. Again and again, we back my friend. See Dr. Tony because
(clapping) he’s my friend. – That’s the punniest we’ve ever heard. How’s the neck? How’s the back? You still doing rehab
at San Antonio Hospital, right?
– Yeah. Okay, how’s that going? – I just left San Anton Rehab. They put the tinge in my bone on my hip. My lower back. – Right, the lower back, okay. It’s in the middle or more on the side? – It was basically from here
– Okay, okay and comin’ from this dimple there. I figured that it might be wise to once I left San Antonio Rehab to come in and see my friend, Dr. Tony. – That’s the plan. We’ll take care of you right now. – I mean really. – Want me to adjust the whole spine because I know you’ve
had previous neck stuff going on, mid back and low back. Take it as one chain. Let’s take care of
everything while you’re here. – Alright, we’re gonna do. – Alright, let’s see. Let’s go right here. One spot, let that neck
relax for me right there. Right here.
(neck cracking) – Whoo, the only guy that
can make that leg come up. – That’s the plan, get that thing moving. (neck cracking) Break that pressure out from the joints so everything wants to heal properly. Because that joint loose as you know, cross your arms for me, it all seems to move
better and more motion, less pain, stronger
muscle, all the way over. So things stay healthy, right. – Ah, yeah. – There we go.
– Wahoo! – Well, once make Dr.
Tony’s, I have to go back to the hospital. (laughing). – (laughing) On your side, on side for me. – This way?
– This way. – It looks like abuse, right, but we’re actually moving bone. This is how we adjust people manually to move the bone so they stay healthy. Deep breath in for me, all the way out. Let’s keep that dimple nice and loose. (cracking) Wow, that was a lot.
– Oh, yeah. That was a lot.
– Oh yeah. Other side when you’re ready.
– Okay. Let’s switch sides. Let’s go right here. Keep this loose again right here. Deep breath in, all the way out. (cracking) – Ugh, argh! Wow, oh buddy! – Oh buddy.
– Oh buddy. – Come on up. Okay, Tommy. – Okay, my man. – Stand up all the way. All the way up. How’s that feel? ♪ I feel good, da, da, da,
da, da, da, da (laughing) ♪ I’m for real. Yeah man, that worked. That was a smart move that I made. From the rehab right to you. – Well they do the rehab,
loosen things up, right. – Yeah. – What we do is getting
the joint and stuff. Now the joints are loose
and the muscles feel better. And it stays that way. – Um, um, my main man. Although, I’m headed back
to the hospital (laughing). – (laughing) Naw, we’re good. – Alright, my main main ‘practor. Hey when you want to get rid of pain, he’s the main man. Off the top, look at the cheat sheeps. Hey he’s gonna have to
pay me for this session. – Exactly (laughing). – [Camera Person] Quite the comment. (“I Got You” by James Brown)