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... down unit. The nursing is fine, but not for back surgery. No ice packs for pain, no checking my legs and feet, things like that. PT is OK, though. The back doctors say I'm ready to go home from their perspective. ... (15 replies)
... ce to meet you all I'm new here just signed up. I am creating this topic because of two health problems, one of which I'm trying to find out if its related to my back problem. Just a little side info before I explain the problems. I have always been a very active person during my teens and 20s and was out every day walking. ... (0 replies)
... my mom lifted a box and that started her life of back pain. ... (5 replies)

... Do you think you're able to go back to work? ... (36 replies)
... Hey there, some of you already know this Monkey has back issue and you have all been soo soo supportive but can this be part of it possibly? ... (7 replies)
Z-COIL shoes?
Oct 15, 2006
... although I was always afraid to try them as I figured I'd wind up hanging upside down from the machinery. My chiro told me they also make them in running shoes but I can only imagine myself springing down the road too fast to stop with bone crunching, shoulder dislocating consequences.... ... (12 replies)
... Hi Donna, have you researched piriformis issues? In my case, I had what started as sacral pain that referred down my leg, but sometimes up my back, and rarely numbness in my thigh. Since my RA was affecting my lower spine, I was sure that was that. But I found out a painful 3 months later that my piriformis somehow had gotten injured (yoga) and became inflammed. This muscle... (4 replies)
... even different shoes when i walk on my exersice machine! ... (6 replies)
... change in mattress can aggravate things, at least for a while. If you're like me, so can a change to new shoes. If it seems to be making things worse, I'd go back to whatever mattress you were using before. A year or so ago, I had a major setback that I think was related to changing to a too soft mattress. ... (8 replies)
... I also like standingman, feel aggravated by any change in mattress shoes etc. ... (8 replies)
... etc. Turns out what was going on with my body posture was not all that uncommon, that many people experience the same thing but aren't aware of it until back pain strikes. ... (4 replies)
... I injured my lower back five years ago. ... (1 replies)
... let me ask you a question. What if you knew you've had low back issues and that is okay. Then, you know you have a cervical problem but isn't that "big of a deal". So, at this point the only other place that could possibly be the problem is the thoracic spine. Would you ask for an MRI of it? ... (81 replies)
... I'm 24 and have been having back issues since I was 19, so i know how you feel having back pain at such a young age but back pain is one of the most common complaints in the world..perhaps the most common and it doesnt seem to have an age barrier. ... (4 replies)
... so weird! it seems that every shoe i buy hurts my back. i bought a nice pair of leather shoes the other day, it was a short heal and seemed comfy at the time and now my back kills when i wear them. weird thing is i hardly even walk at work! ... (6 replies)
... I have narrowed the problem down to the seat in the car being the main culprit of my pains. ... (2 replies)
... I never had help putting my pants on. I used my grabber tool and figured out how to grasp the back of my sweatpants at the bottom of the leg and get it over my foot to take them off. ... (15 replies)
... I was out walking and one came untied, I'd have a big problem! I couldn't risk tripping, and there was no way I'd ever be able to tie it. So I wanted some good shoes that didn't have to tie. ... (24 replies)
... I would suggest that before the problem becomes chronic, take action. Get orthotics for your shoes and always wear them in supportive, flat shoes. Go to a PT or have your friend show you appropriate exercises to strengthen the muscles of your back and core. ... (5 replies)
... retail 8 hour days on concrete and I cannot stress enough the importance of a good pair of shoes. This slight adjustment may help but overall never be cheap with shoes when you work on your feet for 8 hrs a day! Especially concrete floors they really do damage to your knees and back. ... (8 replies)


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