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SI Joint Part II

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:26 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I went to my doctor yesterday and now he wants me to seea chiro for me SI joint. If that is unsuccessful, the next step is nerve ablation. Has anyone had this done?? Has any one been to a chiro after their surgeries? I did chiro back in 1998 when I hurt my ankle and it was unsuccessful -I had to have ankle surgery later. I'd like to hear.
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  • There are Physical Therapists that do manipulation similar to chiropractors but more gentle....I saw one for years before my surgery. She worked much better than the chiro. Maybe you could ask your doc if he knows any or phone around?
  • My physiotherapist cleared my SI joint pain within a few weeks, with gently manipulations at the clinic and simple exercises that I could do at home.
    Keep positive!

    Bruce

    ...an old timer here and ex-moderator

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