Spina Bifida and lifting heavy weight

With out going into too much detail, my father-in-law and I have been two man lifting my mother-in law until recently when he became ill.

My 18 yr. old daughter has been steping in to help me lift when there is no one else to help me.

My question is "Should she be doing any heavy lifting since she was diagnosed with Spina Bifida by our Chiropractor. She is adjusted weekly. I fear for her safety in helping. None of us should be doing this with-out a lift, but there is no other choice at the moment.

Posted By Kimberly Tague on August 27, 2008 at 20:15:12:

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