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AlbertDisuzaMemberSeptember 25, 2013 at 4:35 pmPost count: 26
It is really nice to read all this information that you have tried to convey to us through your well researched questions.The information given in your post is so helpful for me as i am also going through the problem of sacroiliac joint dysfunction.Thanks once again.AlbertDisuzaMemberMarch 18, 2013 at 12:31 amPost count: 26in reply to: pain in back,chest,arms PLEASE HELP #8213
Pain in back, arms and chest may occur because of wrong sleeping postures as well. You need to take care of the sleeping postures as well. Try to improve them with proper medication under qualified doctor. Good luck and get well soon.AlbertDisuzaMemberJanuary 30, 2013 at 3:16 pmPost count: 26in reply to: Pain in the Neck #7853
It is important to get timely treatment to avoid any further health problems. Along with the treatment given by doctors, ask for any kind of exercises or physiotherapy that will help to make it better for you. Your muscles need to get stronger and for that exercise routine with a special diet is necessary. This will fasten the healing process.AlbertDisuzaMemberJanuary 27, 2013 at 8:43 pmPost count: 26in reply to: fingers numb/tingle/pain #7833
When you mention that your posture changes the pain intensity, it means that there is definitely a connection of the pain with the spine. Getting it checked on time and following a course of treatment with proper care can save you from making matters worse. So you can book an early appointment and see why you are getting this pain.AlbertDisuzaMemberJanuary 23, 2013 at 7:03 pmPost count: 26in reply to: Causes of sciatia in other leg #7798
A lot of time minor sciatica pain can be treated with physiotherapy and exercises. I have heard that certain stretching and back exercises can be great reliever to such pains. Doctor could you please throw some light on this and share what kind of exercises are beneficial and if they are a permanent solution.AlbertDisuzaMemberDecember 29, 2012 at 1:36 amPost count: 26in reply to: Medical School vs Chiropractic School #7654
As you rightly explained that the chiropractors are specialists. They directly jump into practice and specialize in what they do. Whereas doctors need to be residents, they have a variety of options to choose from and can select what specialization they choose.