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Postby Taylorpicker » Thu Oct 19, 2006 4:22 pm

I've had pain in my right shoulder for about 2 months now. It feels like something is impinged. When I bring my arm up to my head is when I really notice it. It's not too bad in other positions. Could this be coming from a pinched nerve in my neck. I know you dislike chiropractors, but if it is a pinched nerve, might one of them be able to free it up? I also think I have a candida overgrowth issue. It may be causing some stenosis. If so, any suggestions?

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Postby Steven » Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:17 pm

Hi David

Doesn't sound like a pinched nerve to me. Check with your family doctor to be sure, but it sounds like a simple strained ligament. They have tests they can do to determine exactly what the problem is... and can refer you to the proper specialist if need be.

As far as the chiropractor is concerned, I would suggest reading Dean's articles on the subject. He doesn't write what he does because he "dislikes" chiropractors. Like has nothing to do with it.


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