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I had major back pain a few years ago (was off work for 9 month). What got me back to normal was the rehabilitation program at the Wesley Hospital in Brisbane. You could check it out since you seem to live in Brisbane. Send me a PM if you would like some more information.
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having symmetry is done during gestation

I know.  My right side wanted to be a bit shorter and stockier, and my left side wanted a squarer gonial angle and a smaller D2 to D4 ratio.
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I also enjoyed Egoscue's Book, very simply yet very effective.


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Also look into the Gokhale method. There's a great book. "8 Steps to a pain free back". Freed me from useless (mostly) PT.

Also, magnesium oil and Epsom salt baths.

Are you sensitive to wheat or potatoes? Huge triggers for me.

Good luck!


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I feel this is a western medicine explaination of eastern practices, but it's a good access point for us westerners.

http://youtu.be/FAqJjCtrZPI

http://www.amazon.com/Healing-Back-Pain-Mind-Body-Connection/dp/0446392308/ref=tmm_pap_title_0


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Also look into the Gokhale method. There's a great book. "8 Steps to a pain free back". Freed me from useless (mostly) PT.

Also, magnesium oil and Epsom salt baths.

Are you sensitive to wheat or potatoes? Huge triggers for me.

Good luck!


Thanks so much for mentioning the Gokhale method.  Just watched her being interviewed on a youtube video and I realized much of my aches and pains is posture related, not necessarily a lack of exercise.  Just ordered her book from amazon....and there's a newer version of her original book which I'm glad I noticed because it includes knees, feet.  First I've heard of Esther Gokhale,
and thanks to you, this is exactly what I need.  I agree with using mag oil, epsom salt
baths but sometimes we just have to be aware of how we create our own dysfunction, by the way
we sit, walk, and stand.



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Thanks so much for mentioning the Gokhale method.  Just watched her being interviewed on a youtube video and I realized much of my aches and pains is posture related, not necessarily a lack of exercise.  Just ordered her book from amazon....and there's a newer version of her original book which I'm glad I noticed because it includes knees, feet.  First I've heard of Esther Gokhale,
and thanks to you, this is exactly what I need.  I agree with using mag oil, epsom salt
baths but sometimes we just have to be aware of how we create our own dysfunction, by the way
we sit, walk, and stand.



Yeah, I like her method a lot. There was another method also highly recommended (don't think it was Egoscue, but it was another one along those lines) that seemed to help as well. They all deal with posture issues as ultimately correctable through basic stuff. It's not super easy, but it's simple. I hated the fact that, with PT, I was having to do upwards of an hour of exercises every other night, and they were barely helping.

My triggers seemed to be more related to vitamin and nutrient deficiencies more than posture, but posture was definitely an issue. I feel a lot better, overall, but have a lot of work to do. I usual pinch a nerve in my shoulders or back pretty badly around the same time I get bad migraines or tinnitus. It's just my nervous system giving me a big "F you!". :\



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