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3 Natural Ways To Decrease TKR Pain

Hi everyone. Anyone who regularly visits this site knows that I firmly believe in natural remedies as much as possible. After having recent bouts of extreme neuropathy pain caused by previous bone spurs, I needed to find new ways to reduce pain without prescription drugs…The neuropathy is located on the left side of my tkr. (I had to fit in tkr so the search engines love it…:) ) Here’s the scoop…..

1) Mattress rotation. It turns out one night I noticed that when laying flat on my back, my hip bones were uneven. My right one was about 1/2” higher than my left one. I also noticed that when I elevated my left hip, the neuropathy pain increased. So…an inspection was to begin.

It turns out the center portion of my mattress was caving in, or sinking. This slight alteration was causing my body to become slightly misaligned. Hence…the increased pain.

We all hear about the importance of flipping over the mattress so even depreciation takes place. It extends the mattress’ useful life, for one thing. It also plays a key role in keeping the spinal column as straight as my case, anyways.

Rotating and flipping the mattress over helped tremendously.

2) Massage. The source of the neuropathy is a nerve bundle in my lower spinal column (coccyx) area. Massaging this area helps.

3) Hot tubs with jets. Jets pointed at the nerve bundle massage the area and decrease pain for an extended period of time. Two drawbacks: a) I don’t like public hot tubs; b) the heat quickens my swimsuit depreciation, it will shorten the life span of my swimsuit. Heat expands elasticity.

Hope this helps others going through the same thing. Any similar stories? Feel free to share….

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