Spinal Pain




nerve damage



Yeah, I'm not sure if it's an accident-related situation, but I have pain in these fingers. I'm an accident lawyer, so I can through the cause and effects. So, I don't know how much my pinky is impacting on [unclear], but these two fingers and also my right leg... 


Nerve damage can come from so many things, you know, let's say you can have a center in the brain that's like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's you have a definite area in the brain that would be connected to those two fingers and your leg, right leg. Those two fingers could be in your spine. 

You know, something pinched or blocked up in the one up here that leads down to those two fingers and also the one down here leads to the knee. So, if you have pain in the spine that relates- if it's the fingers it's up in here and if you have any pain or stiffness, you know, it's probably their problem. 

If you don't have any pain or discomfort in those areas, you probably have brain or it's local and from a sprain or, you know, break or something like that or torn ligament. But that will also mean some pain in that area along with the numbness, some aching, some strain, especially if you sleep on it, when the circulation's cut off, he goes into pain. 

So, if you don't have that, it's the brain. If you don't have either of those it's in the brain. You have some neurological tissue that's probably dead. 


Injured or just a toxic condition? 


Well, it could be either way, in an injured when you have mercury from a vaccine or a flu shot or anything like that, they all carry thimerosal, which is liquid mercury, and that'll cause that repeatedly. 

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