I don't know what I did about six months ago but whatever it was it set off the coccyx pain that has been 24//7 and nothing the doctors did helped till about a week ago when I thought about the tens unit I had and dug it out to use it on my low back ache but to my surprise when I was done the pain in the coccyx was gone for the first time in six months. I now use it twice a day it did more than all the doctors.View Thread
I have had 28 steroid injections in my low back in six months and the doctor didn't tell me what they were giving me so be careful with the Steroids because they can cause Avascular Necrosis which caused me to have both of my hips replaced. My doctor that did my hip replacements told me that the other doctor should have never gave me that many steroid shots and they was what caused my ball joints in my hips to fall apart. I was in a wheelchair for over a year before I found out what that doctor did to me. Now I have to have them replaced again because they are on recall by the FDA because they are the ones you see on TV that are metal on metal.View Thread
The only thing that I don't understand is when you have a PM doctor that you have been going to for a few years and for some reason you have to change doctors why must we have to go back to square one and start all over again with a new doctor as if you had never seen a PM doctor.View Thread
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