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    self-treatment to a herniated disc and a lumbar disc
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    Kharma posted:
    I feel so sorry that we have chosen incomprehensible language

    Has commissioned experts to translate

    Can be read now.


    http://blog.naver.com/klesaha/80183743145
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    Debsbears responded:
    Kharma thank you for finding a way to have this translated into English.

    I am sorry for misunderstanding the translation that I had gotten on earlier attempts, I least figured out that one should go to the chiropractor.

    In the US this treatment is used - however in some cases surgery is the only option. I am glad this has helped you and I hope it does help others as well. Deb


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