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#427411 - 05/27/10 02:00 PM Re: Back pain [Re: LoneFox]
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Lone Fox, Pain is weak and stagnate Qi in the body. This means on a traditional level, your dan tian is out of balance.

You may want to look at more traditional therapy, such as Tai Chi to move the stagnation in a non-invasive level as MA training and Chinese food therapy. There are foods that help reduce swelling and alleviate pain. These foods for an injury like this would be bone marrow, broccoli, curries, red pepper, turmeric, beans and add some foods that help with swelling such as cucumber and celery.

If you want to do some herbal patch therapy you can try some Dieda Zhentong Gao, it is inexpensive and can buy online.

Tiao is the action of reordering Qi in the body and therapy for injuries requires you to also look at what emotions are present that are making you hold onto the injury and preventing the healing process. It does take effort ant time, eat well, think well and be well.

"The Qi of the body flows in accordance with the changes in Heaven and Earth."
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Thanks, hope you feel better.
Ran Lei

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#427417 - 05/27/10 04:07 PM Re: Back pain [Re: Lei]
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#427418 - 05/27/10 04:54 PM Re: Back pain [Re: Gavin]
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I just took up nordic walking, with the aim of assisting my posture. Works the arms, shoulders and back wonderfully. I recommend it.
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#427512 - 06/02/10 01:03 PM Re: Back pain [Re: LoneFox]
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Hey LoneFox, I am glad to here that you have figured out your injury. I am disabled with a back injury and permanent nerve damage and have no feeling in both my feet now. I use to bicycle before I got hurt and my doctor suggested a recumbent bike for me so I picked up a trike that is a recumbent and it works great for me. I am not suggesting a trike for you but maybe some cycling would work for you I use cycle quite a lot and just before I was injured I rode 4,000 mile in 3 months. then I got hurt at work I was crawling to bathroom because of the pain and its been 10 years now and I still deal with a lot of pain but I push myself to try to ride my trike everyday that weather permits and I have lost 20lbs now and lowered my blood pressure. I will be in pain the rest of my life but you learn to deal with it and now that I can ride around I feel a lot better now. I can't lift weights or any thing heavy so this was my best option. If you have a bike or a friend that you can borrow one from to try and see if it works for you that would be best rather than buying something that may not work for you. The only way they found what was wrong with my back was a EMG and a MRI and at that time I had insurance. I had therapy and got worse with every visit and when the doctors would examine me and make bend over and do other things the pain would be so bad that I could not drive home so it was not till the EMG and MRI that they finally stopped making me jump through hoops. Now they just leave me alone and give me my meds and say see you next month. You will bounce back quick at 17 I am 50 now so listen to your doctor and not all the cure alls online when I tell people about my back injury everyone has a cure but not everything work for everyone so don't buy into the fast cures your doctor will take care of you.

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#428194 - 07/09/10 12:20 AM Re: Back pain [Re: LoneFox]
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Off curse you need yoga exercise and do not hang heavy weight lifting.

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