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Recently my left hip joint played me up from time to time. A friend of mine knew a chiropractor and urged me to see him, and I did this afternoon. (When I got to his "clinic", the first thing being asked to do was to take off the mask on my face and wear a new one he prepared for his clients. What a scrupulous protection it is.)
I told the chiroparctor that I hurt my spine three years ago when I fell off my bed during sleep, and I made a decision that I declined an operation. He said I made a right decision, and he also said all I needed now is to "dislocate the adhesive bones". Anyway, he used the chiropractic to do something on my back; that was all I knew.
He then advised me of lying flat on a golf ball near my left hip joint every evening for three minutes before getting to sleep. I will surely try.
Dear fellow seniors, take good care of your muscles and bones.
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