16-08-2017 09:16 PM
16-08-2017 09:31 PM
im generally good when lifting etc- ive learnt how to eb as ive got the same thing in my slipped disk in my neck. @Sans911
i havent gotten in to see a physio as yet. im trying not to rely on medications as i know anti-inflammatories can cause damge if used long term and this is a long term thing.
why couldnt this happen when i was older- id love to live a pain free life but i guess its not meant to be hey.
im unable to swim becasue of some unkown reason i have an allergic reaction to any water even the ocean. i get rashes and itch like crazy! so thats not really an option for me.
i was thinking of become a nurse myself but i dont think i can handle that, i cant even handle me right now.
thank you for responding it means alot ..
is it better to get a physio who is specialises in feet and sport injuries?
ive got a podiatrist that i see for orthotics at the moment as well
16-08-2017 09:48 PM
17-08-2017 08:28 AM
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17-08-2017 09:41 PM
01-09-2017 02:47 PM
The thread title caught my eye and I can see you have both had interesting conversations about your experiences. I have family members who have athritis and I'm not sure if this is something anyone has tried but they have found Magnesium Oil to have been really helpful. Rubbing it into the skin and painful aeras. Have you had any experiences around magnesium oil or heard about it before?
01-09-2017 02:56 PM
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