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broken coccyx

Hi All,

My Partner broke her coccyx a few years ago, which healed badly in the wrong place. She now suffers from a misaligned, spine, pelvis and shoulder. This had led to trapped nerves, which cause her a lot of pain, as well as severe migraines, which are incapacitating. She does see a chiropractor now but finds the results are minimal. It is very difficult to see her in this position and not be able to do anything about it, so I’d like to know if anyone can recommend a chiropractor based in London known for being at the absolute top of their game, having treated difficult/extreme cases where others have failed. Money is no object, as would beg, borrow and steal any amount possible to get this sorted for her but this person needs to be an absolute miracle worker.

Many thanks
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  • hello, kriz1877!

    per forum guidelines, no one is permitted to recommend any type of medical professional.

    as i've learned from my husband, it is so hard to watch someone you love enduring such awful suffering. like you, my husband would probably sell his soul if i could have a pain-free day (not that i'd let him!!).

    have you considered taking the next step by seeing a spine specialist? chiropractors definitely have their place in the realm of spinal treatments, but your partner's issues may exceed even the most skilled chiropractor's capabilities.

    i'd like to welcome you to the forums! please click on the following link for some helpful information to get you started!

    welcome to spine-health
    Kimmy72, Spine-health Moderator
    Firm believer in PMA!
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