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So, a couple of weeks ago, I posted about a gentleman- lets call him 'Mike'- who saw one of my earlier posts regarding spinal injections. He liked the information in the post sooooooo much, that he went and found a physician willing to give him a shot. His letter was to express anger that the injection didn't work. So, just a couple of brief notes:
-When I discuss a medical treatment here on the blog, it should be in no way whatsoever be construed as a medical recommendation. Everyone is different, and some techniques are better for some people than others. Talk to your doctor!
-The lifestyle recommendations I make here should be considered safe for EVERYONE, unless I tell you otherwise.
Mike's post motivated me to do a series of posts on different treatment modalities so you would have the basic information about each of these approaches to pain. As an osteopathic physician, I thought I'd start with that first. Here are some take home points:
-Osteopathic manual medicine is based upon the premise that overall health is enhanced by optimizing the function of the musculoskeletal system.
-While originally envisioned as a complete approach to health, most practicing osteopathic physicians use manual medicine to treat musculoskeletal pain.
-Osteopathic manual medicine doesn't work for ALL types of pain. Consult your physician.
NEXT UP: Spinal injections.
Please share any of your experiences with different treatment modalities here on the blog.