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  • I would ask the doctors receptionist.........if it were me, and I have had CES twice, I wouldn't do the physical therapy until I knew one way or the other if there was a serious compression.....if there was, nope, I wouldn't do it.
  • What do you do for work? Is it very physical? Sitting is the most painful thing for me! Ugh! Your doc will be able to give you advise on what you can & can't be doing. My physical therapist gave me a list of restrictions & showed me the best ways to lift, posture etc. I know it's all incredibly stressful, particularly here with the insurance based medical system & difficulty getting financial support. I'm so sorry. Try to focus on today & hopefully there will be a 'fix' or a treatment plan that will allow you to continue working.
    Osteoarthritis & DDD.
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