Thread: Injured while stretching
2/24/2009 12:36pm, #11
Fortunately, the pain seems to be subsiding. Slowly but surely. Also, thanks for the follow up on the research.
2/24/2009 1:14pm, #12
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2/24/2009 1:59pm, #13
I don't think it's being spoiled, so much as it is that most Canadians are not aware of the outrageous prices being put on treatments here in America. That, along with the fact that a lot of insurance companies just rob people of their money.
2/26/2009 11:37am, #14
I like massage for recovery from injuries and recovery from exercise."Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
2/26/2009 7:01pm, #15
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- Aug 2005
I know someone who pulled a hamstrings and only after a while realize that it was a sciatic nerve and not a muscle. I would have a orthopedic check it out.
2/26/2009 7:44pm, #16
I highly doubt its the sciatic nerve. On the pain scale of 1-10, it would register a 1.5 at most. Also, I believe the pain would have spread toward the rest of the nerve by now if it was damaged. It's just one small spot, getting smaller as time passes.
Thank you for the suggestion though.