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... I want a really good pair of support sandals. Can you recommend one? ... (1 replies)
... d then I have the lumbar problem, too, due to one leg being a bit shorter. This puts a lot of stress on the spine especially when walking. I was given a "lift" for the shoe, but I hate wearing it, as I prefer sandals, slides, etc. So, I just limp!! ... (2 replies)
... I like my SAS shoes and sandals, although I wear other shoes, too. For foot pain, New Balance sneakers and Clarks shoes are nice, depending on what your foot issue is. ... (6 replies)

... Which type do you wear in the rain and snow? >> It's called the Endeavor. I wear them all winter, but not when we 1st get several inches of snow. I just throw them in a bag and put them on when I get to work. I can wear them in the rain too. Crocs has them and I really like the Cayman and the Nile, Patra and Celo sandals. There are a lot of knock offs now that look like... (11 replies)
... I have been living with back pain for well over thirty years. I have been diagnosed with DDD. ... (2 replies)
... I really loved my shoes. Now it's a case of the flatter the better and my birkenstock sandals were a life saver during the summer. I never thought I'd own a pair of birkenstocks! ... (6 replies)
... Thanks everyone! I do hope that you all find relief soon for your pain too. Moldova, I can't wear flip flop type sandals with this pain either. I usually wear that type of sumer shoe but not this year. My spine dr. told me NO high heels of floppy shoes, but I try anyway. ... (9 replies)
... Me too!! I was ALWAYS in heals! Not now! I tried the other day and not only did I almost fall flat on my face, but the burning pain in my back was unbearable! Needless to say, my sneaks and sandals are the only way to go for me too! ... (6 replies)
... last night, so I took another 200mg this morning. The effect wasn't as dramatic, but it was some help. The doctor said I coulfdtry up to 500mg a day, so I may go for 200 at 6a.m.. 100mg at noon, and 200mg at 6 p.m. If it doesn't impair my mental faculties, that might work during the school year until my nerves heal. ... (2 replies)
... day religiously, always wearing good supportive shoes and supportive shower sandals while standing in shower, avoiding bending and lifting...Have you investigated facet and or sacroiliac pain? ... (2 replies)
... Mokita... my next appointment is on the 7th August. I also see my primary care Dr on the 1st and my back dr on the 8th. ... (24 replies)
... Mokita... my next appointment is on the 7th August. I also see my primary care Dr on the 1st and my back dr on the 8th. ... (24 replies)
... I'm glad to hear that the swelling has gone down. The victories seem to come slow and grudgingly with nerve problems and fusion complications. I know the pain must present problems. ... (61 replies)
... The shoes I bought were actually for Jason, and unfortunately he didn't like them so we returned them today. ... (803 replies)
... Hey Everyone! Well, my 15 minutes of fame was okay. I laid down in the back seat of my car for about an hour before the meeting. ... (289 replies)
... Thanks guys for the replies. My surgery was nov.2005 so it has been a while and thought of as permanent now. ... (8 replies)
... r. Well I went to a Chiropractor and my small disc protrusion turned into a large herniation and severe nerve compression. At that point the choice had been made for me because my spine specialist said the epidural would not help because it was so severely compressed. I had the microdiscectomy three weeks ago. ... (15 replies)
... So I head to the surgeon today, prepared for the worst. Fortunately, that's not what happened. ... (61 replies)

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