Saturday, June 03, 2006

Time to admit it

I belive I am going to have to see a chiropractor. While my back is better, a patch of skin about the size of my hand above my knee keeps going numb. Plus I can't sit in a chair for long before I start getting twinges.

I really need to not let my hormones do my thinking for me.


Blogger Unknown said...

If you don't have insurance, you'd be better off going to the doctor, because a chiropractor is going to run about 3.2 million tests on you (including an MRI or five), to see what is wrong. Chiropractors don't like to manipulate the spine without knowing about any problems that might exist. If you crushed the disk (unlikely), a chripractor would make the problem worse, not better.

Trust me: you do NOT want to pay for an MRI out of your own pocket. They are NOT cheap. My MRI was $1500, and that was with a substantial self-pay discount, and for a relatively simple MRI. A back MRI could run into the $5000s.

Keep us posted. Next time, don't show off, even if she's the most gorgeous woman in the world. Women find smart men to be a bit sexier than the strong but stupid ones. Trust me. I've done both.

10:47 AM  
Blogger Deathknyte said...

Ok, I agree... for now.

I will also see about setting up an appointment with a doc for next Wednsday or Thursday, then.

3:41 PM  

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