Due to Rolfing (intense restructuring and massage) I have severe burning and tinlging sensations in the back of both of my legs for about 2 weeks now and does not seem to be getting better. I have stopped all exercise and am vigorously icing my legs. I originally went to the Rolfer for help with IT band syndrome and unfortunately did not find relief from that and now have this additional problem in the back of both of my legs. Could this be nerve damage or should I let it heal itself?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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