So tweaking, you would apply the solution, then pump while it soaked in? I have done it for a few days now, I am not seeing a difference. I do seem to retract after I apply it because it “burns” to a small degree, nothing I cannot handle I just fan it off and it relaxes a bit.
I feel the same, I don’t have pelvic pain, just some kind of discomfort, my neck is in bad state, I crank my neck to release the discomfort/tension, I think that some of the tension is driven by the upper shoulder blades/trapezius, I feel the worst after I wake up, my neck is stiff, I can barely twist it. I lost some of my flexibility, I’m looking for a chiropractor and a new pillow (tried several).
Sparyx, Does chiropractors treat pelvic muscles? What do they use to treat it?
Sparky, my only question is - and I think others would probably like to know as well - how would I go about finding a good chiropractor? Can you give any advice, undirected trial and error would be a pain. I don’t suppose you have any contacts in Adelaide, Australia? Also, the palm mag can be gotten for much cheaper than the PowerMag, but apparently it’s not as good, did you use it with success?
I’m also thinking about getting a TENS machine, which if my assumptions are correct, does a pretty similar thing to the PowerMag, though instead of inducing an electrical current in the tissue, it simply passes one through. I never really looked into it but apparently now you can buy insertable probes specifically designed for internal use (anal/vaginal). Considering the only definite success story I’ve heard about with this issue was from a guy basically getting internal anal massages (massaging the pelvic area from inside), internal probes might be a good idea.
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