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ACC - Editors Opinion - Back Injuries

Editors Opinion - Back Injuries:

Is your back injury because of an accident?

 

Back injuries result from damage, wear, or trauma to the bones, muscles, or other tissues of the back. You may have unexplained back pain that gets worse over time.

 

Common back injuries include sprains and strains, herniated discs, and fractured vertebrae. The lumbar spine is often the site of back pain. The area is susceptible because of its flexibility and the amount of body weight it regularly bears. It is estimated that low-back pain may affect as much as 60 to 70 percent of the general population in New Zealand.

Mr. McMillan the editor of this page has suffered a high number of back injuries. Before any of these back injuries, McMillan was already disabled. It was always a problem with medical professionals trying to treat the disability instead of the back injuries I was there to see them for.

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Editors Opinion - Back Injuries:

Back injuries result from damage, wear, or trauma to the bones, muscles, or other tissues of the back. You may have unexplained back pain that gets worse over time.

 

Common back injuries include sprains and strains, herniated discs, and fractured vertebrae. The lumbar spine is often the site of back pain. The area is susceptible because of its flexibility and the amount of bodyweight it regularly bears. It is estimated that low-back pain may affect as much as 60 to 70 percent of the general population in New Zealand.

 

Mr. McMillan the editor of this page has suffered a high number of back injuries.

Before any of these back injuries, McMillan was already disabled. It was always a problem with medical professionals trying to treat the disability instead of the back injuries I was there to see them for.

 

A personal experience

I use to race, go-karts I had a high-speed accident where I was thrown from the kart and bounced along the tarsal track, the whole incidence was filmed. A series of failures followed this accident I was too quick to get to my feet, I returned to the pits on the kart recovery trailer, not the ambulance. I was not offered medical assistance I completed two more races before suddenly feeling very sick, at all times I was wearing a full-body race suit.

 

I went home to have a bath. upon arrival home I removed my race suit, only then did the realization that I was badly injured show I was black and blue all over. I hopped in the bath and realized I had a large lump on my back. The next morning I went to my doctor I stripped to my underwear, the doctor said my god why are you not in the hospital, it looks like you have been in a car accident. I told him I have, the doctor took lots of photos he looked at the lump on my back and thought it may be a hernia. I was sent home with panadol and told to go back if things get worst.

Mistake Number # 1

Medical assistance was not offered at the accident site trackside procedures were not followed, standby ambulance was not used.

 

I was disabled before the accident I always walked with a limp so further limping was not noticed.

My doctor asked why I was not in hospital but did not insist, my doctor took lots of photos more than 20 in total, I had 360 deep bruising from my knees to my shoulders of huge concern was the lump on my back.

 

I returned to my doctor several days later suffering huge back pain a lot of the bruising and swelling had reduced but the lump on my back had not I was in huge pain.

ACC - Editors Opinion Mistake Number # 2

Mistake Number #2

My doctor has accidentally deleted all the photos, the photos were proof of the extent of the injuries.

 

I would suffer almost weekly extremely painful back injuries no sooner than it healed it happened again always at the point of the lump I was sent to physio many times for this recurring back issue.

 

All they ever did was hurt me more, this continued for ten years until by accident I found the cure.

 

The lump on my back that doctors and physios treated and manipulated often hurt me in the process finely a physio dug her elbow into the lump so hard I immediately suffered the same painful injury that had plagued me for a decade.

 

I decided never to see another physio for treatment of any type. The back injuries continued, the lump remained on my back.

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I Found A Cure For My Extreme Back Pain By Accident...

The last few weeks of 2014 would find a cure. December 2014 was a bad month 3 huge back injuries in 3 weeks each taking 5 to 7 days to heal, pain so bad I would cry just trying to stand up.

 

1st January 2015 I woke up in pain, this time I had a spider bite to my big and an infection had set in I went to my doctor who gave me antibiotics.

 

A 6-day course of antibiotics had failed to clear the spider bite infection, I was prescribed another 6 days of antibiotics, still, my toe was infected, but something else was happening. I had gone 2 weeks without a back injury still my toe was infected another 6 days of antibiotics would be needed.

 

In these last 6 days of antibiotics, my toe infection did clear. But something else had changed the lump on my back was shrinking I had gone 3 weeks without back injuries. There had to be a connection between the lump on my back and antibiotics, I had to know.

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