unfortunately, nothing was done in the hospital except laxatives and a colonoscopy.Came back home weaker than ever, can no longer even sit. severe difficulty b reathing and swallolinguprightdoc wrote:Hello Dania,
Relieving the strain on the coccyx using pads makes sense. Surgically removing the coccyx doesn't. Considering that you were in the hospital for four weeks, it would have been helpful if they had done some slant board therapy that I discussed with you previously. Slant board inversion therapy would relive the strain on the coccyx, drain the lymph in the legs and pelvis and decompress the colon. It would also help decompress the rest of the spine and internal organs. Due to the assistance from gravity, slant board inversion can also be used to exercise your weak leg muscles, as well as abdominals, which would help the constipation.
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