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Old 03-22-2018, 07:29 PM
margaretadam12 margaretadam12 is offline
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Default Spinal Decompression

Last year I was having a lot of pain in my feet when walking. I would wake up and the first steps out of bed were excruciating. As such I was moving less and less, my weight increased because I had no activity. This made my feet hurt more. One day at my regular appointment I mentioned it. She adjusted my feet to correct alignment and explained some stretches to do. With the changes and adding steps into my day I got more movement, then they started to hurt less and less. It's been long since I'm planning to consider a treatment for this. My friend suggested me about the spinal decompression treatment in Brampton ( http://www.focusphysiotherapy.com/se...decompression/ ). Can someone share the pros and cons of spinal decompression? It would be a great help for me.
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