Palliative care

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Izac Joz

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I am not entirely sure of its useful, but how many of you have approached the palliative care people?

I understand that they can be quite helpful when it comes to relieving pain. The ailment need not always be terminal for them to intervene, or so I understand.
 

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I've tried a chiropractor, but it didn't have much benefit, it actually hurt more than I suspect it was supposed to sometimes. My doctor has been helpful with medications, but that's about the extent of his powers. How about you?
 

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The fact is, I am not a FIBR/CFS/PAIN patient, but a medical student interested in FIBRO. I understand that chiropractor is pretty useful in some cases, but helpless in a few others. Actually, it more or so depends on what strategy that the chripractor uses.

Didnt you ask him/her to use a different strategy when you found out that it isnt having any effect?
 
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