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Chiropractor/back

Posted by
Stan on November 09, 2002 at 18:08:26:

Dr Stoll

I get tension headaches, sciatica and other problems caused by my spine alignment. My chiropractor is able to get rid of these and other back related problems. Going to the chiropractor 2 times a week to 2 times a month gets expensive and time consuming. Do you have any way I can keep my own back in alignment and fix these spine related problems????????

Thanks



Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Jennifer on November 09, 2002 at 21:24:16:

In Reply to: Chiropractor/back posted by Stan on November 09, 2002 at 18:08:26:

Doing Dr. Stoll's wellness program and especially SR will get rid of these problems. When you are tense, your muscles pull everything out of alignment, so it does no good to go to the chiropractor and not practice relaxation. If you get cold, the muscles work against alignment too.

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Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Happygal on November 09, 2002 at 22:33:03:

In Reply to: Chiropractor/back posted by Stan on November 09, 2002 at 18:08:26:

Hi Stan,

Go see a professional massage therapist. Alternating treatments of massage and chiropractic can be very effective.

Don't forget to do your SR, though.

Best wishes,
Happygal



Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Walt Stoll on November 10, 2002 at 08:15:48:

In Reply to: Chiropractor/back posted by Stan on November 09, 2002 at 18:08:26:

Hi, Stan.

Listen to Happygal and Jennifer.

It was when I noticed that the Chiropractor in my office had to keep having people back for those whose adjutment "did not hold" that I finally got a masseur and an SR and biofeedback instructor in my office.

Walt

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Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Miss Bliss on November 11, 2002 at 01:46:46:

In Reply to: Re: Chiropractor/back posted by Happygal on November 09, 2002 at 22:33:03:

Hi Happygal

I cant find the exact thread where I explained about my shoulder, so I will just answer you here.

One of my colleagues at work happens to be a massage therapist. How lucky can a girl get!? So, I being a bit pushy, asked for a free sample massage. She obliged and worked on my sore spot.

She used myofascial technique on it. I was so impressed. At first the muscle was really jumping under her fingers, where the knot was. And then slowly, slowly it subsided. So basically, she was just stretching the muscle in all directions.

Now my shoulder, I cant feel the pain at all. Even when I feel stressed, NO PAIN!

I just hope this holds out, but this is the best its felt in ages.

Bye for now

*~ BLISS ~*



Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Happygal on November 11, 2002 at 06:05:56:

In Reply to: Re: Chiropractor/back posted by Miss Bliss on November 11, 2002 at 01:46:46:

Hi Miss Bliss,

That was lucky! Sometimes such muscle pain has a simple resolution because it's just a matter of things getting a bit knotted up. Congratulations!

If it comes back, it may not have been worked enough.

Best wishes,
Happygal

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Re: Chiropractor/back

Posted by Ricky DC on November 11, 2002 at 15:11:33:

In Reply to: Chiropractor/back posted by Stan on November 09, 2002 at 18:08:26:

as a chiropractor myself, I can only tell you that unless you (along with your health-care providers)identify the origin of your spinal misaligments, it will become an endless, sad adjusting process....
I myself hate seeing patients coming back with the same symptoms, bitterly complaining....I ask....did you do this, that, changed this, fixed that...the answer is more often than not...."errm...no...but, do I really have to do those things :-O ?!?"
...be it dehydration, malnutrition, bracing, bad posture at work, past/present physical and emotional injuries, ...it is YOUR primary duty to fix 'em, along with all the help/guidance possible.
Namaste



Re: Chiropractor/back TESTIMONIAL for massage.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on November 12, 2002 at 07:26:22:

In Reply to: Re: Chiropractor/back posted by Miss Bliss on November 11, 2002 at 01:46:46:

Thanks, Miss.

Namaste`

Walt

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Re: Chiropractor/back (Archive in monopoly.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on November 12, 2002 at 09:17:59:

In Reply to: Re: Chiropractor/back posted by Ricky DC on November 11, 2002 at 15:11:33:

Thanks, Doc Ricky.

EVERY health practitioner who tries to educate the patient has the same experience.

The AMA has been so successful at brainwashing the public into thinking there must be a magic pill or treatment that will solve their chronic problem that the patient cannot hardly believe that they might have to put something into it other than the money.

A major thrust of this 'site is to get people thinking that a little effort on their parts will greatly reduce their unthinking dependence upon the treatment oriented monopoly out there.

I applaud your efforts at trying to enlighten people. It will take many of us and many years to actually start reversing the brainwashed attitude that has served the allopaths so very well.

Namaste`

Walt

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Re: Chiropractor/back (that's the problem)...

Posted by LT on November 15, 2002 at 04:37:09:

In Reply to: Re: Chiropractor/back posted by Ricky DC on November 11, 2002 at 15:11:33:

The health care practitioners that are clueless and don't know how to guide a patient either. My mom's chiro is very happy to tell her all she can do to heal herself is keep coming to her regular visits (WRONG!). I can't tell you how many doctors and alt med folkds that I had to go to that didn't know what was going on and "made up" stuff so they sounded knowledgable. I'm fortunate, I have a wonderful chiro, and luckily I have at least half a brain, otherwise I would have never gotten better. It sure sounds like this poster really hasn't had the proper guidance, which is why he's here.

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