Doctor recommendation in Canada for coccyx pain

Raahim, Canada - rrghauri@hotmail.ca

Posted 2019-06-09

I'm Raahim, a 19 year old male from Ottawa, ON, Canada. I have been suffering from coccyx pain for over a year now, and just entire body being extraordinary stiff. From my hip line, I'm unable to bend past 10-15 degrees while keeping my legs straight. I also have plantar fasciitis, and there is a very bad knot at the bottom of my foot, which when pressure is applied, it hurts a lot. I have seen many medical doctors and chiropractors, but no one was able to help.

I recently met Dr. Ramy Raphael working at Kent Chiro Medical clinic(see Doctors and specialists in Canada, Ontario). He is a chiropractor, acupuncture provider, MRT provider and shockwave therapy provider. Unlike many other chiropractors, he doesn't only perform adjustments, but first make sure to warm up the muscles, perform stretches and then does chiropractic adjustments. He spends a lot of time on you and tells exactly what is happening and is very honest up front about what exercises I need to do regularly throughout the day without which he cannot help.

He recently sent me in for an X-ray regarding my coccyx pain and he sees that there is some evidence regarding hypermobile coccyx. But I think I do get quite a bit of relief temporarily, and I guess it will just take a while for it to fully cure.

Since it has been a while, and the pain doesn't seem to get better, he sent me to a medical doctor to administer a cortisone injection, and to find out if I'll be an appropriate candidate to receive one.

You can learn more about this amazing human being here: https://www.kentchiromed.com/dr-ramy-raphael/SITE

You can also see some of his videos on YouTube here:

https://youtu.be/6lJFSg5X3T4

https://youtu.be/B6HUuFfvKC0

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.

Thanks for reading my story,

Raahim

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