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Dec 2, 2012 02:39AM
Day, I too thought that chiropracters were basically flakes, but I had pain in my shoulders & my neighbour convinced me to go - once. She was able to relieve my shoulder pain with a few treatments & gave me some direction on how to avoid injuring myself again, I am a believer.
I was quite athletic as well. I spent my chemo & rads time strengthening my back with weight lifting & rowing. I also built a stone wall by myself & painted my entire 2 storey home during this time.
I met another woman through my PS, she too had Bilateral LD & she is very happy. Now she isn't as active as I am, but I know that she doesn't have much residual pain or tightness, although she did have quite a bit of tightness for a year or so.
The one thing I like about BCO is that we all get to share our experiences & hopefully someone will get some help or tip from anothers experience. I am sorry that some of you are suffering so badly. I wonder if the PS's technique has any bearing on pain & tightness.
The other bit of info I can add is that I had terrible pain from both AI's & tamoxifen & discovered that I am allergic to some of the fillers & once I found a brand which didn't have those fillers my pain disappeared. Prior to that I was a wreak, it was like I was an 80 y/o with severe arthritis. I could barely walk up the stairs some days. HTH - GG
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