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muscle cramps and sciatica

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by hollywoodtocome, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. hollywoodtocome

    hollywoodtocome New Member

    Does anyone have any experience with sciatica muscle cramping being healed by Tms?
     
  2. Steve Ozanich

    Steve Ozanich TMS Consultant

    All sciatica is TMS if the more serious stuff has been ruled out first. There are probably a million stories out there about sciatica muscle cramping being healed with TMS knowledge. Gather the info and heal thyself. I get about 2-5 healing stories per week from people who have healed from TMS-sciatica. But you need to be worked up first. Then... the rest is you.
     
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  3. Dahlia

    Dahlia Well known member

    Yes to both. I posted a more detailed response to your other thread "Hope" in the Support Forum.
     
  4. Pingman

    Pingman Well known member

    Yep - I had a bout of TMS induced Sciatica that lasted for about 45 days last year. It was my first TMS issue coming on the tail end of some other stress in my life. Very sore left leg up in to my lower left back, butt, calf and foot. Tingling, pain, cramping calf, electric jolts.

    MRI showed a slight pinched nerve on the other side of my body....which was comical. Doctor just said it was sciatica and would go away one day most likely so I started running again. After about day 3 the pain started to go away and was gone within a week. Still today it pops up a little but I just ignore it 100% now and it fades away.
     
  5. Walt Oleksy

    Walt Oleksy Beloved Grand Eagle

    That's great, Pingman. You didn't let the pain get you down. Or the doctor saying it was a slight pinched nerve he diagnoses as sciatica.
    Some doctors seem to have a very small vocabulary in describing a pain.
     

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