In the winter of 2006, I suffered a minor hip injury. I sustained the injury playing soccer and the muscles in my leg stretched so much that it chipped a piece of bone off my hip. I was told my a doctor to rest for 6 weeks and then I could resume playing soccer. 3 years later the injury was not better and I had to leave college on two separate occasions, once due to a psychosis in 2008 and once due to a manic depressive state in 2010. However, in the meantime both times leading up to these unusual states of mind I was recieving treatment on my hips and back. The college I attended, Davidson College a nationally known liberal arts institution, refused to listen to complaints about my back and hips when I first entered the school and as a result the injury worsened year by year. I finally got full body X Rays I originally needed and they revealed a crocked spine and slanted hips of about 1.25 inches. Therefore, the treatment I recieved on my back in 2008 sent a rush of feeling and emotion up my spinal chord and to my brain causing an overload of emotion. The same thing happen in 2010 when I started practicing yoga and then saw a chiropractor. My back was the issue the entire time and it was putting a severe strain on my brain. Medical professionals were too consumed by their own ideas to listen to me. I am on the road to recovery now through vitamins, a good diet, hot yoga 3 times a week, and chiropractor treatment. This recent manic episode almost sent me back to the hospital if I would have listened to another doctor, and at this juncture in my life I believe licensed medical doctors rarely know what they are talking about.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
Know the five types of psoriasis and how to spot flares.
Newer diabetes treatments can suppress appetite and aid weight loss.
Try these tips to get your salivary glands back into action.
Constipation is a common side effect of opioid and narcotic pain medicines.
Is it sensitive skin or something else?