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MUA - The good or the bad

paradiddlepparadiddle Posts: 42
edited 10/15/2014 - 3:07 PM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Looking for some stories on MUA Manipulation Under Anesthesia. I went for a consult . I will have to pay out of pocket $1800. plus the followups.

My neck injury and pain history
1997 – Motorcycle accident – Laconia, NH.
1997-98 Treated by XX EDITED NH (adjustments – massage etc.)
1999 – Physical therapy – Dartmouth Hitchcock, Manchester, NH
2000- – EDITED (trigger point injections and adjustments)
2000 – Physical therapy – Manchester, NH

2005 – Motorcycle accident – Manchester, NH. Rear ended
2006 – EDITED, Fl. (adjustments – massage etc.)
2007 – Physical Therapy – Venice, Fl.
2007 – Pain Management – Sarasota, Fl. (Neurontin – Lyrica)
2007 – EDITED – (carpal tunnel – left hand)
2007 – EDITED – (3 level ACDF cervical surgery)
2007 - Physical Therapy – Venice, Fl.
2011 – EDITED –Orlando, Fl. – (adjustments & Graston Technique)
2013 – Massage center – Venice, Fl.
2014 – EDITED – Sarasota, Fl. (left shoulder scope)
2014- – EDITED shoulder and neck PT

I believe that computer work, stress and bad posture contribute to my condition. I constantly have to stretch and adjust all day, every day.

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