Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by pygmalion, Feb 15, 2004.
What happened to me? Where am I, anyhow? I miss my posts!
So I'm guessing "ViagraOnline" has yet to make a contribution to discussions...
Actually, I think he made a few long lasting contributions...har!
I miss you cornutt
ditto that... where'd he get off to, i wonder...
missing GR's noble quips...
Dance Poet seems to have left the building, too!
yes, that's right! dear me... i hope everything is well with him.
I guess the GPS device I slapped on him last time I saw him must've fallen off . We're really missing quite a few people. I hope they'll come back and at least visit.
Galactic Dancer??!!! I miss him!
How a bout meeeeeeeeeeee? *tear*
where ya been, chica?
Welcome back chandra! :kissme:
:cry: me too....
eh, a marathon of 4 comps in a row, 40hrs of work, and 16 credit hours of school... fun, eh?
Ive missed all y'all tho!
MIA of late.... dancing came to a grinding halt in early July. Ball of foot pain. FINALLY saw an orthopedic surgeon today.....he said "try pads or we can prescribe orthotics". No fracture, no bone spur, no nothing...except I've had bunions all my life and he didn't think it was bad enough to try correcting. So I'm considering seeking a second opinion. And, this week will attend a group class to see how my foot reacts.
I can relate. That's the same reason why my dancing also came to a grinding halt almost two years ago :cry:.
Got servere tendonitis from years of dancing (bunions & flat feet and salsa shoes don't like eachother )..
Orthotics are definitely worthwhile.
I have since been listening to my pediatrist & physio and wearing orthotics in almost every pair of shoes. The pain got better but I had lost a fair bit of momentum in the pursuit of my dancing.... that's another story.
Sorry for hijacking .....
Sandcastles: I've had good experiences with chiropractors and massage therapists (recovering from sciatica, after a broken toe, after a car accident and being in a neckbrace) - the MDs are fine for fixing things up and making (most of) the pain go away, but that's not the same as feeling WELL. And the "hands-on" alternatives are especially attractive if the MD is "surgically-minded"! And it was a staff physician that first referred me to a chiropractor (after the aforementioned auto accident & neckbrace.)
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