This is a guest post from Mrs. Ruth Messenger who is a resident of Australia. She has found out about me via my blog post “Infant Chiropractic Adjustment” which was featured at MSN News. Mrs. Messenger has left a very long comment at the end of the post but I felt like that she had a lot more to tell about the miracles of chiropractic care for her children. I have offered her to write a guest post about her two children and how chiropractic care has helped her and her children. This story must be shared and must be read by those people who are experiencing problem with their kids. Without farther ado is Mrs. Messenger’s story.
It has been officially four months since the inception of this blog. Official starting date was August 1st, 2010. So far it has been a very interesting and challenging journey. Often times I felt like I was back in Chiropractic School, where a lot of effort and concentration was required. I even wake up in the middle of the night from time to time and thinking to myself: “Did I mention this information in this post and that post?” I know, it sounds funny, but it a reality. I just want everyone to know that I take this project very seriously by delivering unique and interesting content to my readers.
I would like to say a big thanks for anyone who stopped by this blog and left a comment and kept the conversation going. It means a lot to me. Thank you very much to all of the Twitter followers. Without your re tweets this blog would just be a static page in a blogosphere world. On Tuesday morning 12/07/2010, the official Burt Chiropractic Facebook Fan Page hit 100 subscribers from different parts of the world. Thank you very much for being a fan and for your support in my blogging journey. Facebook users don’t be shy to leave comments or click a share button. This is the only way to express the knowledge about Chiropractic and health in general all over the world without boarders.
What is Sciatica?
Sciatica is not a medical condition in itself but rather a symptom of other medical problems. It refers to the pain, numbness, tingling or weakness felt in the legs as an effect of compression or injury of the sciatic nerve.
The pain is usually felt in the buttocks, lower back or at various parts of the patient’s leg including the foot. The pain is usually severe combined with weakness of the muscles as well as numbness and tingling sensation. This condition is usually felt only on one side of the patient’s body. [Read more…]