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Do You Or Someone You Know Suffer From Severe Lower Back or Leg Pain? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm If you are suffering from chronic low back pain and/or leg pain you could have a disc issue. Disc herniation, disc bulge, and degenerative disc are said to be responsible the majority of cases of severe chronic lower back pain, sciatica, and extremity numbness and muscle cramping and spasm. It is also known that most people who have a disc he ... Read on »
Low back pain, leg pain and Chiropractic: the only way to go! by Carol Grant Posted Wed 23 Jun 2010 4:16am 2 Comments Lower back pain which is accompanied by radiating leg pain is very common and Chiropractic is a fast way to treat the problem. The radiating pain only travels into the buttock and thigh, and doesn’t travel below the knee happens frequently and is a better prognosis for conservative care. And, commonly, the thigh pain is found in the back of the ... Read on »
Dear Doctor, I have Butt and Leg Pain. Can you Help me? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 12:09pm 1 Comment Pain starts in my left rear-end and travels down my leg. Sometimes I even get numbness. I don’t really have much back pain. Is it back-related? Over and over we see patients with pain in the legs and buttocks or numbness and tingling in the legs, but no back pain. Most often the problem still comes from the lower back. The reason is ... Read on »
What is that pain in my leg? by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 10:21am Leg pain stinks, that’s pretty straight forward. You feel it every time you take a step - there’s no avoiding it. Virtually everything we do, even sitting, has something to do with our legs. If you have leg pain, chronic or acute, you are already intimately aware of that fact. What you may not have known isn’t necessarily even related to ... Read on »
Is Your Lower Back Pain Or Leg Pain The Result Of A Lumbar Radiculopathy? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 19 Apr 2009 11:47pm Severe Lower Back Pain Or Leg Pain may be the Result Of A Lumbar Radiculopathy. Patients who present with lower back pain that is radiating into their legs and feet may be diagnosed with a lumbar radiculopathy. A lumbar radiculopathy includes anything that causes irritation, compression or dysfunction of one or more of the lumbar (low back) nerves ... Read on »
"Why Does Every Dr I See Tell me There's Nothing Wrong When I Have Major Back & Leg Pain " by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm "I've been through multiple tests - XRays, MRI's of my entire spine, blood work, nerve tests and more". "Every doctor says there's nothing wrong but I have severe back pain and leg pain too. What could it be and what do I do? I can't deal with this pain any longer!" Sound familiar?...Many times there can be a low back disc issue creating ... Read on »
Supplement Pain Treatment with Rolfing by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 12 Dec 2009 11:53pm If you experience any type of pain and are undergoing a treatment plan, you may find some additional relief with rolfing. Also called structural integration, rolfing involves the manipulation of soft body tissues including ligaments, muscles, tendons and fascia, the fibrous tissue covering the muscles. The founder of this type of body ... Read on »
Leg Pain, Sciatica and Lumbar Discs: Their Relationship and Treatment in NYC by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 1:50pm The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, and consequently, irritation or compression of this nerve can lead to severe pain. This is what is typically referred to as sciatica, and it encompasses a wide range of symptoms. Perhaps the most common indicator is leg pain that travels down the leg. Many describe the pain as a burning ... Read on »
Knee Pain? Leg Pain? Perhaps it Is Your Hammies! by Kathy .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:05pm During Disney marathon last year, I was running along happily enjoying the sites of Animal Kingdom when BAM! A shot of pain in my knee put me down, literally. I had to hobble the remaining six miles to the finish line afterwards, and I did so with tears in my eyes. Believe me, when you train and train and train and then get injured on race day ... Read on »
Back pain and leg pain: a common presentation by Carol Grant Posted Fri 14 May 2010 3:48am Lower back pain which is accompanied by radiating leg pain is a very common presentation.  The radiating pain only travels into the buttock and thigh, and doesn’t travel below the knee happens frequently and is a better prognosis for conservative care.  And, most commonly, the thigh pain is found in the back of the thigh, rather than in the fro ... Read on »