Re: Lower Back Pain
My name is Dr Gambale and i have been in the chiropractic practis for over 22 years my suggestion is to be checked by your chiropractic or your medical doctor to rulr out any serious issue.If you have been ceck by a medical doctor with no results, you might want to have a chiropractor ceck you for loss of teh normal spinal curves.A simple x-ray can tell you if you have loss of the normal back curve. I alsow developt a system that can healp you put back your spinal curve back.All you have to do is go online and see if the product fits your criteria
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Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on July 14, 2009 at 13:38:50:
In Reply to: Lower Back Pain
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