We all want good health for ourselves and the members of our families, but most of us are uncertain as to the actions we need to take to attain this goal. If we perceive the road to climb as too s ...View Article
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Wow.......what a great approach to capturing the attention of the youth! I am sure that you stirred the interest of at least 1 student to consider becoming a chiropractor and generated some new clients. Good Job!
Yes, Yes and Yes .The only tricky thing about the magasse is that I had to use the magasse therapists that they use at the chiropractic office. So, basically the Chiropractor put it in my treatment plan that I needed magasses. (Which I asked him to do and he was so happy to do it) I ended up paying 20 dollars which is my copay for a one hour magasse.BTW, your dr can refer you to physical therapy.I have had three flareups with Sciatica and I tried everything. Pain pills, epidurals and physical therapy.And, honestly without question the physical therapy is what helped out the most. I did it for 12 weeks. I was only orginally supposed to do it for 8 weeks but they extended it because I needed it.Now, when I have those first warning signs that is going to act up I do the two exercises that I learned that helped me the most.Hope you get some help because I know how painful sciatica can be but have not experienced it while pregnant (hopefully I won't either)Hugs .
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