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Fibromyalgia is a mysterious disorder that has been misunderstood for many years, however, there are lots of treatment options available to relieve its symptoms. When it comes to fibromyalgia, exercise can be beneficial to relieve it.

How does exercise help fibromyalgia?
Exercise will be an essential part of fibromyalgia therapy, although your chronic pain and fatigue may make exercising seem excruciating. Physical activity reduces symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and can even help you sleep better. Exercise can be a fundamental part of managing your symptoms.

Exercise for Fibromyalgia
Getting regular physical activity 30 minutes per day, helps reduce perceptions of pain in people with fibromyalgia, according to a 2010 study published in Arthritis Research & Therapy. The signs of fibromyalgia may make exercising a challenge, although exercise is a commonly prescribed treatment for chronic pain.

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Chiropractic Helps Hunched Back Teen Stand Tall





After pulling out a tree root Muntathar experienced excruciating pain which forced him into a extreme hunched position. If he tried to stand up he would get terrible pain and numbness all down his leg. Despite being to emergency 9 times, he had found no help in the medical world. So as a last resort he decided to travel from America to Australia to see Dr. Ian. Watch as after 2 weeks of specific Gonstead Chiropractic care, Mun stands straight and tall once more and gets his life back. We hope you enjoy this very special case.

The video (see at bottom of post) was posted on Reddit by user Duggerdean with the comment: ‘I used to be a skeptic about chiropractic care until I started watching this channel. His latest video is so amazing.’

The video they refer to is that of Dr Ian Watch, who practices at Gonstead Chiropractic in Victoria, Australia – and his teenage patient Muntathar Altaii from the US.

Despite going to A&E nine times, he says no one was able to help him.

Day 1


blog picture of hunched back teen at hospital walking



Dr Ian X-rays Mun’s back and sees one of the joints isn’t functioning properly. The measurements are also quite a long way out which suggests the sacrum (the large triangular bone at the base of the spine) has rotated.



Back

Mun Also Has No Feeling In His Right Leg




Dr Ian makes what he calls ‘a very small correction’ at the first appointment. After just 10 minutes, he’s already got a small amount of feeling back in his leg.


Mun then confesses he hopes to be better by his graduation – on June 17. No pressure.


Day 2


Back 2

Mun Reports He’s Slept Well For The First Time In Three Months


Dr Ian identifies a huge amount of upper cervical nerve pressure in his neck. His head sits higher on one side than the other. So, Dr Ian makes another ‘adjustment’.

Day 4 


Lift up gif

Mun has a lot more movement. He can move his leg easily, whereas before he would have to pick it up even to walk.

Day 7


After further manipulation of Mun’s spine (with assistance to keep it stable), Mun tells Dr Ian how desperate he’d become after his injury. ‘At first I didn’t want to even live anymore,’ he says, ‘because I couldn’t walk anywhere.’

Day 10


STeps

‘Now he just walks like he’s been playing too much X-Box’ jokes Dr Ian.


For The First Time, Mun’s Taller Than The Doctor 



Mun


Transformation In Just 10 Days Is Pretty Incredible



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Photo Mun Sent Back To His Family That Night



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Before & After



Before and after

Mun’s High School Graduation Picture – He Got His Wish Last Week



YouTube graduation

Mun, Second From Left, With His Dad

Now Mun Wants To Be A Chiropractor When He’s Older, Of Course!


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