uprightdoc wrote:I apologize for the delayed reponse but I have been distracted by a wonderful opportunity that popped up when I least expected it. I am now the proud owner off fine piece of property that includes an Historic 1830 Greek Revival house that had a bar and restaurant in it and a separate small ten room, well built bed and breakfast inn. The town people are all emotionally attached to and love the property but it was abandoned by the former owner and all three businesses were destroyed. The two buildings are in bad repair. No one wants the property because of the money needed to purchase it, make the extensive and expensive repairs, as well rebuild the three businesses. I look forward to it and will be using it for future seminars. It's a perfect location.
I have no idea what the chiropractor or the physical therapist are doing but you should never feel worse or weaker after treatment. Effective treatment should be associated with a decrease in exacerbations and severity of signs and symptoms.
Your radiologist needs glasses. Ask the GP to ask the radiologist if the C6/7 disc looks "normal." Also ask if a lack of cervical lordosis is "normal" or does he mean that it is common. It is common to find disc degeneration, damaged connective tissues and loss of cervical lordosis due to injuries, such as from sports and whiplash trauma but that doesn't make it normal.
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