Airsporter1st wrote:horizon wrote:And the third kind, those who ignore that advice and go to see a chiropractor regularly and never have a bad back.
It was this last line:
"There are two kinds of people in this world; those who have bad backs and those who will have bad backs"!!"
I couldn't think of a way of describing what that is -in fact it's probably an aphorism.
Back to the topic, I do feel passionate about back treatment as I have suffered (I'm not immune to back problems) but have been cured. I first went to an osteopath (about thirty years ago) then a chiropractor and finally more recently a cranial osteopath. I too had a periformis problem for a long while a year or two back but I don't now. And of course no drugs, no pain-killers, no surgery. I wish people would post more about it and the outcome as I cannot be sure that my own experience would be everyone's.