Viewing 8 reply threads
  • Author
    • #21798
      Brett Tave

      For the past few days, I have been suffering back pain and neck pain. But thanks to my chiropractor. All those pain was gone.
      If anyone suffers from this, I recommend you should go to a skilled and professional chiropractor. 🙂

    • #22131
      Marlyne Wilder

      Have shoulder tightness and lower back pain. I was getting chiropractic services from The Joint. No appointment needed was convenient but there was no deep muscle release prior to the adjustment.  I just returned home from a vacation and finding a chiropractor is on my to do list. I would also like to find a chiropractor who participates with my medical insurance.  I had to pay cash at The Joint.

      • #22221
        Rick Tabakin

        I have back and neck pain. Went to see an orthopedist and had x-rays. Arthritis and spine related issues identified. I thought this was more age related than due to Parkinson’s. PD makes my body stiff and inflexible.

    • #22200

      Hello! Extreme neck and shoulder pain was my first indicator of Parkinson’s disease. It started in 2015, and a few months later I was diagnosed. I had no relief, even though I regularly went to physio and massage therapy. Then, after a couple of years, my physiotherapist suggested that Botox in my neck and shoulders might give me some relief, and it did! It would last about 3-4 months.
      Now that I have had DBS surgery about 2 months ago, the pain is entirely gone. I just hope it stays away.

    • #22203
      Alan M

      I’m with Marlyne… shoulder tightness and neck pain in the mornings and at night before bed.  I assumed it is constant but during the day I’m busy and maybe notice it less.  I can address it through Thai massage… and used a Chiro for a while but they are too expensive long-term.  I’m not brave enough to try Botox.

      This stiffness seems to bring n mini-migraines (severe headaches) at times.  Especially if I notice it under my right Scapula.

    • #22219

      I was diagnosed two years ago with PD. Started with Scapula pain in right shoulder. Also neck, upper /lower back effected. Doing Massage and Chiropractic to help. Pain at time does effect my sleep. Damp weather seems to also make it worse.

    • #22505
      Mary Beth Skylis

      My dad has neck pain and Parkinson’s. He has always thought the neck pain was related to a football injury. But maybe not!

    • #22537

      My muscle pain arm pain and also neckpain ! Absolutely related my PD. Its form of occuring symptom of some type  of PD.

      It reliefs with PD treatments.



    • #22547

      I’ve been prone to back muscle spasms all my adult life.  Several weeks ago suffered a severe pull in my lower back, the side that is weak w Parkinsons.  Cause: likely bending/sitting in ways during gardening that I knew not to do. It is still quite weak and stiff.  GP not much help.  Not sure that I trust the physical therapists.  Ive never seen a chiropractor but have an appt next week – my friend says he’s fantastic.  I wonder if Parkinson’s contributed to the severity or vulnerability.

      • #22569
        Alan M

        Yeah Cass — I’ve just started getting lower back spasms recently. It’s like a sharp sciatica pain. Sitting is just possible laying is excruciating, and when rolling over in bed — forget about it as they say in Jersey. I wonder too if PD makes these spasms worse as well.

    • #22576
      Bill Frohberg

      My wife went to our Chiropractor for a month about everyother day. Now she just goes a couple times a month for a tune up. She’s been doing well and he helped alleviate the lower back pain.

Viewing 8 reply threads
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

©2023 KLEO Template a premium and multipurpose theme from Seventh Queen


We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.


Log in with your credentials


Forgot your details?

Create Account