Hi. My daughter has had hip inflammation flare-ups for many years. To address this she recently went to a chiropractor and had 11 chiropractic treatments for what was diagnosed as sacroilliac (sp?)syndrome. She is refusing to continue any more treatments because she now has continuous pain and muscle spasms in the mid back due to adjustments. Is this normal in the course of treatment? She told the chiropractor but he didn't respond. What should she do? I would appreciate any advice, thanks!

Posted By Sue on May 05, 2004 at 10:30:35:

Supports and limits the motion of the IP, MP and CMC joints as well as the wrist. Supports the injured or painful wrist and thumb.

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