janet wrote:Sorry to hear that WW. I was very lucky last year after I fell downstairs and bashed my back. I struggled for months before the practise nurse persuaded me to see a doctor again. When I first did it the doctor only told me to take paracetamol. The second GP gave me a short course of a heavy-duty anti-inflamatory drug and refered me for physio. The surgery employs a local therapist who runs her own private clinic specialising in sport injuries. She's at the surgery 2 afternoons a week and completely free if you're lucky to get an appointment. I had three half hour sessions over a couple of months when she assessed my problems very accurately, taught me some exercises, manipulated the problem area and did some brilliant massage treatment. It was fantastic and i can move around now as well as, if not better than, before the fall.
I really hope everyone gets their aches and pains sorted out. It's awful to be hurting all the time
hnorwood wrote:Wee Dug, there's a a song by Flanders and Swann - "the Gasman Cometh" that may lighten your day.
wicked woman wrote:No bending, lifting or swinging from the chandelier.
Who's Wee Dug wrote:hnorwood wrote:Wee Dug, there's a a song by Flanders and Swann - "the Gasman Cometh" that may lighten your day.
Eh!! I!m all electric.
ChristianBecker wrote:wicked woman wrote:No bending, lifting or swinging from the chandelier.
Oh, drat. I mean how many days can the average person go without swinging from the chandelier?
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