PART2--- so, the muscle are always week and irritate my nerves over there. the thing is, which he doesnt understand is why it is taking me so long to get better. im at the end of the PT sessions and have to continue what i did there at home... he said it could take up to a year before i'd be back to "normal". but towards the end of my sessions he finally tried Electrotherapy. which actually is helping greatly! today as we speak, i have been trying to get a hold of him, to see about doing it at home as well.
PART1 -- well... its been a very loooooong road. i am still having pains but they are manageable now.
i think since the last time i posted here, i have been seeing a physical therapist. i was "diagnosed" with a 2-3 pinched nerves. i have worked out the pinched nerve in my neck, but the one in my back is still getting aggravated. because the PT said i slouch/bad posture and i favor my right side more than my left, so i have over used my muscle around the shoulder blade and side.
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