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Topic: Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection
Posted by: Elizabeth Ross
Date/Time: 04/12/14 17:32:00

Personally I wont let anyone with a needle near my back but I do know that steroid injections do have their uses for "bone" pain.

What I would suggest is that you get a very good elasticated back support to try to keep your back warm and stable while skiing and go armed with some good topical ibuprofen gel for muscle pain and a limited number of diclophenic sport pills for use in extremis.  If your back does get bad, try to go swimming in cold water, it does help.

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Spinal Steroid Injection04/12/14 15:08:00 Caroline Webb
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection04/12/14 15:36:00 Julie Morse
      Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection04/12/14 17:32:00 Elizabeth Ross
         Re:Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection04/12/14 17:42:00 Pete Mayes
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection04/12/14 19:45:00 Andy Pease
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 08:17:00 Lucy Chambers
      Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 08:46:00 Andy Pease
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 10:16:00 Jackie Louise
      Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 11:42:00 Penny Crocker
         Re:Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 12:59:00 Carolyn Valder
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 14:12:00 Joy Griffiths
      Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 14:59:00 Caroline Webb
         Re:Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection05/12/14 15:17:00 Elizabeth Ross
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection07/12/14 11:42:00 Mara Belsito
      Re:Re:Spinal Steroid Injection07/12/14 12:33:00 Vanessa Smith
   Re:Spinal Steroid Injection07/12/14 20:01:00 Philippa Bond

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