Re: Back and leg pain

You might be a surgical case but you won't know until you have tried the last thing out there that can help. CHIROPRACTIC. Look for a practitioner that practices COX Flexion Distraction technique. Many times the disc material will be reabsorbed by the body as it repairs itself. Chiropractic is there to help it along.

Posted By doc4bax on November 06, 2007 at 14:14:44:

In Reply to: Back and leg pain posted by Roy Samuels on October 19, 2007 at 21:22:42:

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