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... I am not sure there is a particular brand per say but I know the best thing for me has been slip on tennis shoes so that I don't have to bend or sit on the steps to tie the shoes. ... (3 replies)
Bad Back
Jul 2, 2002
... for a living? ... (6 replies)
... There's a lot of mechanics involved in walking. The feet, ankles, knees, hips and spine all have to work together properly and if they don't it spells trouble. ... (12 replies)

... I have bought a pair of Dansko's the are orthopedic shoes. Surgeons nurses waitress etc.. wear them cause they stand for long periods of time and are always on their feet. the best pair of shoes i ever had!! ... (3 replies)
... Have you been tested for Lupus ? ... (8 replies)
... Hello all. I have been living with pain for about 12 years now and I am at the end of my rope in coping with this. ... (8 replies)
... it is pronounced sauce a knees. They are great. ... (11 replies)
... Well since I haven't been able to work because of my back the only shoes I have worn for the past 2 months is flip flops because you don't have to do anything but slip them on, no bending required. ... (19 replies)
... I need to chime in here. Sorry for the long post. ... (24 replies)
... Oh, parman, the story of my fusion has been spewed all over the board. Contrary to my nature, I'll try to give you the short version. Remember, you asked for it. ... (15 replies)
... arthritis, back pain, diabetes and Sciatica. ... (2 replies)
... I think the treadmill is an excellent idea if you can afford one and have the room for it. ... (5 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)
... as evidenced by how many people have visited this thread. I'm sure every person that visits this post wishes there was a magic answer to the money thing. ... (20 replies)
... What the surgeon is recommending to you makes sense. I would just like to give you a couple things to think about. You should regard this surgery as a rescue surgery and your last opportunity to get it right. You want to be very sure that your current surgeon is the best man for this job. ... (14 replies)
... Well, I just got back from another visit with the neurologist. I saw him about 6 weeks ago and he was going to do some research, look at my MRI's himself, etc. ... (9 replies)
... OK. I'm back with an update as promised. ... (21 replies)
... I am SO GLAD to see you back to yourself again, and posting your usual UPLIFTING posts I have seen from you once again! ... (18 replies)
... nd visit today. It is too soon to tell if it is gonna help as I am in as much or more pain than before. I know your pain with the leg and foot. I have had it a year . My back did not hurt for about the first 6 mos. just my calves and mostly the bottoms of my heels . ... (3 replies)
... rable. At first I was nervous, but believe it or not, the evening before and morning of my surgery, I wasn't nervous at all. I think it was because I was in such bad shape and couldnt' take it anymore, I was so looking forward to surgery and thought to myself that I can't possibly get worse than I already was. ... (19 replies)

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