We all have a story. I do and so do you. Which is why I need to know what it is even if you don't feel that it's important.
Like that time you fell off your bike, broke your arm and had it in a sling for 8 weeks. Or that time you were racing with your friend and tore your hamstring. Or what about that time you felt your back 'go' as you bent over to pick up the shopping off the floor. Or even mentioning the 36 hours you spent in labour with your third child due to there being complications.
Even the bunion on your foot, the amount of time that you spend at the computer, the way you sit, the way that you carry your handbag and the minor surgery that you had. Or how about the ache in the bottom of your neck that has been there for the last 20 years and has become part of who you are so much so that you forget to mention it because it's 'normal' for you. Or what about the amount of alcohol that you drink or the number of painkillers that you take. It's all relevant. All of it.
And when it comes to helping to work out what is really going on in your body, what the cause of your pain and dysfunction is then nothing is too small or irrelevant to mention.