It’s raining here in Nebraska and as I walk on the slippery, wet surfaces I can’t help but reflect on how our patient’s must feel when they can’t feel their heels strike or sense what centering over a lower extremity is all about, because of uni-planar learned behavior and lateralization in their attempt to move without falling.  What a difference left heel strike made on the waterlogged path I was on this morning.  I could walk from place to place and dodge the wettest surfaces without locking up my back, my knees or my spatial perspective.  I feel blessed to understand the importance of left AF IR and right trunk rotation so that my reciprocal respiration and peripheral vision can remain peripatetic.