Thanks Frances, I need a diagnosis first and in my health plan, I don't even see a osteopath. In the beginning I had a massage, and this woman put pressure on my piriformis---felt worse!
My husband massages me and it does help and I feel the chiroprator helped but he got thousands from me, and I haven't more to give, and he never even followed up why I wasn't back. He wanted his money, no credit cards.
Does anyone besides an osteopath diagnose myofascial? I'm just guessing because no doctor has helped in over 3 years.
I copied 17 pages about myofascial yesterday and knew about most of them. I went to PT-hardly helped. I guess you need the right doctor and I've been looking so long and am tired. I mean it has to be something, not no diagnosis.
My gut feeling is that it's a combo of things but the only relief has been pain killers, which stinks. If I knew the exercises that really help I would do them. I have so many books as it is and was doing them. This feels like it's here for life.
Swallow your pride, you will not die, it's not poison.- Bob Dylan