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I had a massage today and at some point when she was really working my lower back muscles, my feet on that side fell a bit asleep. That's a symptom I have, my feet fall asleep easily. However can someone explain how that works. Because if all is our brains, how can working on a muscle do that???? :shock:
DX March 2011, OMS October 2011
Member of the Weebly Wobbly Club (class of '13)
Unfortunately it is not always in our brains, leisions can be in the spinal cord as well and you can also have residual nerve damage anywhere nerves are found, for example I had my whole back of my left leg go into spasm/cramp and there is permanent damage in my left calf.
Dx 1992 OMS 25-2-09
My relapse resulted in nerve damage to 1-6 of my spine, I recovered but I was advised to avoid massage to that area., but maybe that was just a for a few months after recovery.
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