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  • chiropractic methods .   by  sydneydave     16 y     3,781       8 Messages Shown       Blog: Chiropractic methods
    IM interested to hear other peoples experiences with chiropracters both good and bad , ive been suffering with sciatica through disc herniations for some years now , i started goin to chiropracters about 12 months ago , ive probably been to about 4 different practitioners . I had both positive and some negative experiences , theres definant positives in pain relief and in aligning the spine and i know some people that have been near crippled have found that theyve been able to function alot better .
    I started noticeing with the first guy i was seeing that i would usually feel good that day or the next day but then my pain would come back again so i was constantly haveing to come in for adjustments , he even told me that my disc bulge would dissappear but this of course could take years , at times i would go in and could feel that he didnt adjust the spine correctly but when i mentioned it at the time he would say something like yeh it adjusted just wasnt much in it today even though i knew it didnt adjust properly etc , the guy was very good at what he did though and recieved plenty of praise from his patients but i wasnt happy with my treatment , like i said i was getting pain relief but only temporary . I decided to try someone else straight away the new guy started talking about leg length which was a new concept to me and after sending me for xrays sure enough my right leg was 13mm shorter with a rotation in the hip aswell , so that everytime i was getting adjusted and feeling ok as soon as i started walking the work the chiropracter was doin would be all for nothing and the pain would return , it was like a vicious circle and was leaving me out of pocket which was hard especailly considering ive been unemployed because of my injury , to put it bluntly i felt like i was being ripped of and exploited and these guys are acting all in the name of good to me it was one big rort ,so upon seeing this new chiropracter i was pleasantly surprised at this new insight into leg lengths and the like and once he instructed me to wear a heel lift i was led to belive most of the problem was solved as long i came in for another 10 adjustmenst that should do it , going twice a week that shouldnt take long , i was still goin there 6 months later and although id improved , i wasnt really getting better and unless i went in regularly which was costing me more than i could afford the pain which runs down my leg from my back and in my heel wasnt far away .Once again it seemed like one big rip off in my case anyway , i belive it works for some not for others and you have to try out what works . What i find with chiros is that where they do the adjustment usually in your spinal region the muscles around those joints tighten up and can enhance sciatica whilst the muscles are tensed etc , so then you need massage .Id like to hear other peoples experiences both good and bad .
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    • Sciatic Pains   by  Thomas Zudrell     16 y     1,521
      Hello,

      I did use chiropractic manipulations and osteophatic techniques before i encountered the Dorn Method. This is definitely the way to go!
      check for more info: http://www.dorn-method.com

      Chiropractic done the right way can be very effective however we have found out that it is often not detailed enough and may produce misalignments in other parts of the body or spine while treating or manipulation on one part.

      There are big differences between the two therapies, read more in my website about it.

      Looking forward to your reply,

      blessings
      Thomas Zudrell, DMS
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      • Re: Sciatic Pains   by  sydneydave     16 y     1,451
        HI Thomas

        I looked into that website a few days ago thanx , but what i found is that it only had specific intructions for one exercise ,lying on your back bring the shorter leg up to 90degrees etc you know what i tryed it and it worked ,but theres no other instructions on anything else just an overall rundown etc ? After trying that one exercise and it working for me im very keen to learn more , id been suffering with elevated pain at the time i tryed that exercise so i know that it was that particular thing that worked , i was stoked but want to learn more ,can you help with that because there dosent seem to be anything else on those sights .

        thankyou

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        • Re: Sciatic Pains   by  sydneydave     16 y     1,901
          THomas i had another look at that website and did find some other exercises thankyou .

          god bless
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          • Re: Sciatic Pains   by  Thomas Zudrell     16 y     1,465
            hi there,

            I updated again my website: http://www.dorn-method.com

            It is usually the case that someone gets better doing the Dorn Method Self Help Exercises even without prior therapy however just imagine how effective it could be to combine the major factors required for every healing:
            1. Avoidance of the wrong thing
            2. The right therapy
            3. The correct Self help exercises for patient 'after care'

            That is the Dorn Method

            If you want more details about additional exercises please e-mail me.
            By the way my first book (the first in english anyway)is out within the next two weeks although I havn't figure yet out on how to distribute it internationally.

            Blessings
            Thomas
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    • I heard jin shin is very good!   by  Deradune     16 y     1,534


      ...and definitely much safter than chiropracty.

      I have a shoulder that keeps going out of socket at the rotator cup, giving severe pain and loss of range of motion. I've been to several chiros, and definitely the experiences are mixed. A couple times it was like the chiro was a lifesaver, the rest of the times it didn't seem to do much good, just cost me more money, and the other times when the chiros were extremely gentle it seemed that they accomplished nothing at all.

      I have a friend with TERRIBLE back issues due to having been crushed between two cars years ago, and he tells me jin shin really works great. I was going to go to a chiro again this week but I keep thinking I should try the jin shin instead. Just Google it and you can read about it. The practitioner barely touches you, but is applying fingertips to energy centers. I really do believe there is a lot of electrical stuff going on in the body. I have felt it. I haven't gone for jin shin yet, but it would be nice to be able to get that and not have to fear damage from the chiros. I have had some that were so rough that I was scared they would break something, and in fact have a friend who needed back surgery after a chiropractic visit when a disc became seriously dislodged. One could say it was a pre-existing condition, I don't know, but the fact remains it happened while under the hands of a chiropractor!

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      • Re: I heard jin shin is very good!   by  sydneydave     16 y     1,644
        HI Deradune , thanks for the feedback > I tryed something thats similar to that where the practitioner just used mild touch over certina meridians in the back ,at first i thought this guy was ripping me of but i noticed the difference almost straight away . He kept saying its not him doin but that what he was doing sends signals to the brain to relax the muscles around the spinal column . It worked but on the fifth visit it seemed to be not making any further progress and was proving costly .

        I havnt heard of jin shin but it sounds good and il keep an eye out for practitioners in sydney ,. Yes its hard to get a chiropracter to suit ones needs , from what ive seen there either to rough or to eager to rush you through. I was travelling through traffic for maybe half hour on average and being very punctual paying top dollar, to be treated for like 5 minutes and with inconsistant adjustments . Some of these guys are making a fortune and giving out second rate treatment , they spend very little time with a patient and seem more focused on how many clients they can do in an hour , i found this to be true at most clinics i visited and wouldnt be surprised if it was like that in the states aswell . Anyway once again thanks for your input it was much valued and il keep and eye out for jin shin .

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    • chiropractic methods   by  laserdoc     16 y     1,794
      sydneydave...nobody tried to exploit you...they did the best they could with the intelligence and technology they posessed. They DID try and it wasnt efrfective. Rule of thumb...if it doesnt work after 1 month, it aint gonna work! You want to find a practitioner that uses cold or hot laser and that practices Applied Kinesiology. As a Chiropractic Kinesiologist and a former practitioner of Jin Shin Do, dont even bother with the acupressure! By your name it appears you may be down under...try this link to find a decent Chiropractor...good luck

      http://www.icakusa.com

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