Re: pelvic pain & a chiropractor

I did see a chiropractor & he thinks he could help, he said my spine is way out of alignment, the adjustments gave me 5 hours of relief, then a horrible pain flare, but I needed my pain pills so, I got a prescription from my doctor,

My question is, My family doctor said since that's the only thing that gave me relief, I should have an MRI & make sure there isn't anything wrong. The chiropractor took x-rays.

What's the difference between an Mri view of the spine & an x-ray?

Posted By Di on September 23, 2010 at 21:42:56:

In Reply to: pelvic pain & a chiropractor posted by Di on September 12, 2010 at 18:19:54:

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