Re: Pain in lower back, to the sensored, down the leg

Yes, typical sciatica. Unload your present chiropractor, sounds like a total scammer. Those scans are worthless, they are very unreliable. Seek a new chiropractor who doesn't take advantage of their patients with large numbers of treatments. How many treatments have you had from this chiropractor in the past?

Posted By doc4bax on May 07, 2007 at 15:21:53:

In Reply to: Pain in lower back, to the sensored, down the leg posted by Debbie on May 07, 2007 at 12:47:35:

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An area of softer silicone is incoporated on the medial side of the cushion, the area most sensitive to plantar faciitis pain. Sold in pairs.

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