Re: Pinched Nerve Problem

I have done therapy with the adjustments. Ultrasound, and this procedure called Matrix where it sends electric shock maybe to the area. I have gone a total of 8 times and my chiropractor said an MRI is the next step. I agree when you talk about an MD, i just thought i would let her know what is going on. So i am probably right on track to get an MRI. I hope it is not a disc problem and perhaps need to visit a new chiropractor but if it is a disc in the area i have described, may i ask what the treatment is for it? The thought that crosses my mind is if my chiropractor has been giving me adjustments for that particular area and it is a disc issue, what kind of adjustment will she do differently that she is not already doing?

Posted By steph on August 28, 2007 at 16:18:57:

In Reply to: Re: Pinched Nerve Problem posted by doc4bax on August 28, 2007 at 15:56:03:

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