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hello and thanks for the chance to post here.i have read other stories and really enjoyed them.im searcing for a dr`s help.i have some xrays taking last week of my spine and sacrum.would like to send or post them and maybe get your thoughts.its very hard to sleep at nite.have migranes very often.nite sweats.dr has me on mucle relaxers.pain pills.helps some but not much.hope some one will take a look at my xrays and let me know what they think thanks Rolling Eyes
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replied July 13th, 2014
Thank you for asking
If the doctor has had a look at y our X rays and put you on muscle relaxants and rest then I am sure there is nothing to worry about. But sure for your satisfaction I can have look at your work up. Add some physical therapy session to the management and seek a post in migraine and headache health centre for further guidance.
Take care.
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replied July 13th, 2014
he hasent got back to me on the latest xrays.pm me a email I will send the xrays thanks
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replied July 24th, 2014
You should not take anything lightly,do your complete body cheek, sometimes the problem is something else and symptoms are other.

All the best swampy keep on fighting
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replied March 19th, 2015
Aerobic exercise like walking, swimming and cycling may help reduce back pain. It strengthens your lungs, heart and blood vessels and can also help you lose weight, relieving strain on your back.If your back is hurting, try swimming, where the water supports your body. Avoid any strokes that twist your body.
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replied April 3rd, 2015
I agree with Carlsson. Exercises like swimming, cycling reduce back pain, but with exercising also take the proper chiropractic treatment from professional. Back pain is mainly caused due to our bad sitting postures.
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