pelvic pain & a chiropractor

Hi, I have 4 years of chronic pelvic pain & I've seen 14 doctors & did PT, myofascia release, had 4 surgeries including a hysterectomy. The doctor has now suggested a neurologist, he believes it's got to be nerves or muscular skeletal. I read the definition of a chiropractor is muscular skelatal & they deal with the nerves in the back. Is it reasonable to try a chiropractor?
my pain is on the left side between belly button & hip & during pain flares I get pain in my back near the dimple. I just didn't know if an adjustment to the back can help the pelvis?

thanks

Posted By Di on September 12, 2010 at 18:19:54:

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