Re: too young?
Re: too young?
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Posted by Mike C.
on November 29, 2000 at 02:46:47:
In Reply to: too young? posted by Laura on November 08, 2000 at 18:20:13:
: hi. i am a 17 year old female and i recently had the carpal tunnel operation on my right arm. they made incisions on my palm, my wrist, my forearm, and my bicep. they are planning on doing the operation to my left hand if it works. my pain started about a year ago and the doctors don't know how i got it at such a young age. i tried physical therapy and cortizone shots but nothing worked. i still have the stitches in from my surgery and i am scared that this won't work either. i just want some information on if the surgery has a good outcome, and if there are any other options for me. i appreciate the help!
There is a clinic, with many imitators (because it works), that /reverses/cures/etc. Carpal T., Arthritis, 'female' problems and many, many other problems. The problem is structural, that is it is primarily caused by your skeletal alignment(the repetitive motion is only the irritant which causes the pain).( Carpal T. is a problem with the rotator cup. The shoulders are rotated forward too much). The clinic can even work with you long distance. My nephew worked there and he was AMAZED. Look up on the internet Pete Egoscue. He has some good books out in the stores. MANY of our ills are a result of our modern western sedentary lifestyle. That is the culprit. You can't find this sick a society in the developing nations. Check the statistics! Good luck.