Re: ...Back pain due to disc desiccation/degeneration...

Hi, I am in the same boat with Nadia, Kay, and Paula. I believe Chiropractors are great for healthy young backs, but at this point I would stick to physical therapy in the water. There is no compression. Try Capzasin roll on liquid. It is very hot at first and may last 3 days, so go easy at first. It really does ease pain when used regularly. It also regenerates tissue and can help rebuild damaged discs. If you opt for surgery look into x stop implants. I am waiting for the surgery now. good luck

Posted By kapo lani on March 05, 2009 at 21:25:32:

In Reply to: Re: ...Back pain due to disc desiccation/degeneration... posted by Ray G, age 65, male on May 07, 2007 at 18:02:03:

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