Re: brace for conducting

Ok, so, reading your post I get the feeling you have never been to a chiropractor. the best chiropractic patients are in lines of work to where they are in alot of sdiscomfort doing the same things over and over. So much and so long that their posture actually changes. With that I would suggest you do go see a chiropractor. Find one that is smaller in size...practice that is....I personally and professionally feel that these DC's are more personable and you will not be just a number.
Would you go to Walgreens to get your orthotics? some of those gadgets are the worse things anyone can do to their feet, let alone their spine. When you go to a chiro, you will be properly fit with a more durable, long lasting brace. You need to get something like this done by a professional....you don't want to make your matter worse. Hope this helps

Posted By Liz on June 25, 2008 at 01:33:56:

In Reply to: brace for conducting posted by Annette on June 23, 2008 at 22:21:19:

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