I am planning on writing book 2 on this subject in 2019. I want to add more therapies and include different types of pain relief to book 2 but I would love you to review my book and comment on either Amazon or on my blog with any subjects or ideas you think I should include in my second book.
After the brilliant guest post from Neil Velleman on ‘All you need to know about a slipped disc‘ I found myself being diagnosed with yet another disc problem in my cervical spine.
For the last six months, I have been having constant pain going down my arm from my neck as well as pins and needles down to my little finger. Initially, we thought it may have been my ulnar nerve again. I say ‘again’ as I had surgery last year for a trapped ulnar nerve which was a total success but they said it can come back even after surgery.
After a 2 hour consultation with a physiotherapist, it was decided that it could be one of two things. Either the ulnar nerve or a disc in my cervical spine so the first port of call was a nerve conduction test.
The nerve conduction test showed no…
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A slipped disc? Ouch! By Neil Velleman, of Atkins Physiotherapy Consultants A slipped or herniated disc is amongst the most debilitating of back pain problems – sometimes with added symptoms such as the grinding leg pain of sciatica. There are many levels of back and neck pain but a herniated or ‘slipped’ disc is one […]