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    Chiropratic treatment for back pain
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    abbeyln posted:
    I have had 2 back surgeries due to herniated discs, arhtiris, stenosis, bone fragments that punctured my dura. This was This was 4 years ago and I am still in pain. I have done physical therapy, water therapy. I currently am looking into chiropractic treatment but would like to hear some feedback. I am a bit frightened by the adjustments and wonder if it will help. My MD states I will need rods and pins to fix my problem. Oh yeah I have severe DDD around the L5. I am at my wits end and I really don't want surgery. Any feedback is welcomed!


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