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09-11-2007 05:18 AM  10 years agoPost 41
Nick Jones

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LOl not really, he had me on ignore but took it off cause i bet he could,nt resist.

I am proud that you have come along to troll my posts as that just makes you look more inept.Have anice day crackpot.
Will you just shut up...

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09-11-2007 05:34 AM  10 years agoPost 42
GimbalFan (RIP)

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Will you just shut up...
No, but eventually he'll be shut up. Just a matter of time and a little patience.

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09-11-2007 05:43 AM  10 years agoPost 43
GimbalFan (RIP)

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i diagnosed the guys back problem
WRONG!

Dr. Wee Wet Willtard, MD (Mentally Defective)

Bwahahahahaha!!!
I,ve got a good mind to report that to the FBI as an internet threat.if i where in the states i,d sue your azz.
MWUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

Wadda moroooon.

Gotta admit, Willtard, idiot that you are, you're good for a laugh now and then.

Now go fetch my slippers . . .

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09-11-2007 06:03 AM  10 years agoPost 44
helimatt

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*ahem*

back to Nick's, uh, back problem.

Nick I have had some injuries to my back from gymnastics, lifting too many very heavy things (working construction), general over use, and later just not enough activity (the muscles getting weak).

In almost every case, a good chiropractor has helped immensely. I have researched this, and doctors are useful for injuries like car accidents, or tumors, or someone stuck a knife in your back or you went hunting with Dick Cheney. However, it has been found that for soft-tissue back problems doctors are very ineffective. A chiropractor is trained in all the issues that affect our health- a good one will x-ray, evaluate, interview you, discuss your nutrition and general health and activities, and the treatments will truly heal your back. It may take time depending on your issues but you will do well to seek recommendation for a good Chiropractor and pay him or her a call.

Good luck with all this- you'll get back to normal for sure- keep strong and limber and you'll be fine.

Never, ever, ever, ever give up.

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09-11-2007 06:04 AM  10 years agoPost 45
GimbalFan (RIP)

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*ahem* back to Nick's, uh, back problem.

In almost every case, a good chiropractor has helped immensely.

it has been found that for soft-tissue back problems doctors are very ineffective.
Gotta agree. As long has you have no bone or disc or ligament damage (things only an MD can determine using x-ray and/or other internal imaging tech), a chiropractor can be most helpful.

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09-11-2007 06:10 AM  10 years agoPost 46
Nick Jones

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He just jammed on my back for a while, everything popped and now its sore as hell. I have to get a root canal and then go back to him on wednesday, should be a great time! It sucks though because I have missed so much school its so hard to catch up!!!!!!

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09-11-2007 06:13 AM  10 years agoPost 47
sandals4me2

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And you thought your back hurt........ROOT CANAL my but just get it pulled. First one I had not a ounce of pain the second one 3 days of hell.....PULL IT!!!!!!!!!!!!

No these are not my sandals, Im just keeping them warm. 08/23/60-05/26/06 RIP Bro.

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09-11-2007 06:29 AM  10 years agoPost 48
spaceman spiff

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Looks like its not fractured
Great news! Still highly recomend trying to find a good sports medicine therapist. Would be a good idea to google up some info on efectiveness of Chiropractors too.

http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2004/11...actic-care.html
Spinal manipulative therapy had no statistically or clinically significant advantage over general practitioner care, analgesics, physical therapy, exercises, or back school.
edit: googled up some more.

http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/329/7468/708?ehom

Somewhat disapointing results for standard professional physical therapy as well. Not sure what to make of it. Most interesing part is they found that just a simple session of advice (not specified what it was) was as effective as and 5 or 6 session with a therapist... Presumably the advice-only folks are being taught to do the the streaches and excerizes for themselves... anyway FYI.

Driving range worked for me, been years since i had back trouble, and took 25 strokes off the game in only a couple months too.

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09-11-2007 07:12 AM  10 years agoPost 49
krashtagain

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I feel your pain Nick . I was setting at my table working on my trex 450 and my lower back started to bother me a little bit so I stood up and stretched and the pain seemed to subside . About 5 minutes or so later it started to bother me again , so I stood up and ..... to the ground I went . End result was a ride to the hospital in the meat wagon , a week and a half off work and 12 sessions of physical therapy . What went wrong I asked my doc , muscle spasms at the base of my spine that would contract when I tried to stand or set up , then relax once I layed flat . It sucks and you're to young for that stuff to be happening so take care of your back as it will take care of you .

If you're not living on the edge you're just taking up space !

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09-11-2007 03:51 PM  10 years agoPost 50
R Hudson

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Glad to hear it Nick!

You still may have problems for a while or it may heal just fine. Hard to say.

Resistance exercise and stretching help quite a bit. Plus core training is one of the most effective ways to prevent a lot of back injuries. In an impact as yours, it doesn't really matter, but for all around problems, having a strong core relieves the tasking of the back itself.

Start working out now (as soon as your back has healed some) and continue for a lifetime. There are many other benefits to that sort of lifestyle anyway

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09-11-2007 10:12 PM  10 years agoPost 51
GimbalFan (RIP)

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chiropractors are ticket clippers, there is nothing they do that you cant do your self.
Wrong again.

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