try to be active, I BUILT A GYM FOR MYSELF , I HAVE A TRAINER COME TO MY HOUSE TWO TIMES A WEEK TO WORK ME OUT AND TO STREACH ME, I ALSO HAVE A BAD BACK I SAY MY BACK IS MORE OF A PROBLEM THAN PD. I TOOK UP GOLF AND LOVE IT, GREAT GAME ITS NICE TO WAKE UP AT 6.00 AM TAKE MY MEDS AND GETTOTHE FIRST HOLE AT 730- 1200 YOU FORGET ABOUT PD. YOU TRY TOGET A GOOD GAMES ,I fall about 2 or threetimes agames its grass and soft, I have done a360 hitting a ball but i made a great shoot, thats thefun of thegame, yes the next day my back is in a lot of pain, be active -do not sit home and watch t,v.yes the next day im watching t,v, also.View Thread
have p.d. for 12 years IM 60 my back pain jumps from a 4-9 at night, they tell me to try to go to pain mang. the dr.s want to give me an Epidoral shot, will this help does any one haVE THE SAME PROBLRM AND DID YOU GET A SHOT.View Thread
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