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The DC Alternative Tx Lady with bad hips
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06/21/19 17:55
Tami1962 
06/21/19 17:55
Tami1962 
The DC Alternative Tx Lady with bad hips

Well hello there dupuytren's friends. This is the rare lady that has been helped extensively by alternative medicine for my dupuytrens. Yes I am still here, yes I still have it. But my hands have remained open after being severely contracted and NA's scheduled for both at the time before TCM. Though, it doesn't go away. Yes I am still in TCM weekly, yes I have quit drinking and I think it helps a lot.

I am very active with weekly tennis, pickleball, biking and hiking. I am now 56. Here is the thing; in my hiking, I am struggling more and more with my hips not wanting to climb. If I go too fast, they lock up and my back starts to really hurt from the pulling in the hips. If I go very slow, I can climb all day but if I try to keep up with my family and friends like I used to I just can't. So I slow everyone down and it is a problem. This gunky thing on the tendons, it's not just happening on the hands and feet is it? It is happening to all the tendons right? Is this why I feel so much pulling in my hips when I climb? Can anyone comment on this issue?

06/21/19 23:19
spanishbuddha 

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06/21/19 23:19
spanishbuddha 

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Re: The DC Alternative Tx Lady with bad hips

Tami1962:
Well hello there dupuytren's friends. This is the rare lady that has been helped extensively by alternative medicine for my dupuytrens. Yes I am still here, yes I still have it. But my hands have remained open after being severely contracted and NA's scheduled for both at the time before TCM. Though, it doesn't go away. Yes I am still in TCM weekly, yes I have quit drinking and I think it helps a lot.

I am very active with weekly tennis, pickleball, biking and hiking. I am now 56. Here is the thing; in my hiking, I am struggling more and more with my hips not wanting to climb. If I go too fast, they lock up and my back starts to really hurt from the pulling in the hips. If I go very slow, I can climb all day but if I try to keep up with my family and friends like I used to I just can't. So I slow everyone down and it is a problem. This gunky thing on the tendons, it's not just happening on the hands and feet is it? It is happening to all the tendons right? Is this why I feel so much pulling in my hips when I climb? Can anyone comment on this issue?
Fibrosis can occur in other parts of the body. An example is frozen shoulder, and there is a discussion on one of the FB groups about ‘frozen hip’. See Wikipedia too https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibrosis Like you I believe in keeping active, but not to the point of injury or strain, although that is difficult sometimes.

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