Pinched Nerve

Miko & Moses The Malamutes – Their Limping & Pinched Nerve Stories

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Prepare yourself for two very gentle giants. Miko and Moses are some of the biggest teddy bears our mom has come across to date. Full of fluff rather than fury, these guys are snugglers and mama’s boys. Needless to say when Moses started to have extreme pain in his lower back, his parents were concerned. Thankfully, they were referred to our mom. When Moses first came to see our mom it was obvious how much pain he was in. He hardly wanted to move and would flop on the floor. Getting up was tough, and once he was up, moving was even tougher. He definitely had the symptoms of a pinched nerve, and getting adjusted was just what he needed. After his first adjustment you could already tell he was feeling better. Able to get up and down, and go about his day again, Moses was getting back to his normal self. His fur parents were ecstatic, especially his fur mama. She had been very worried about her big boy, and certainly didn’t want him to be taking medication for a prolonged period of time. As Moses was improving, his fur mama thought it was time for Miko to get adjusted as well and make it a family affair. Now Miko is a touch bigger than Moses, and definitely more laidback. He had been dealing with a clicking shoulder for some time and nothing seemed to help. It was especially bad when he was going upstairs. Not only was his shoulder clicking, it was causing some muscle spasm around that joint, and overall just slowing this big boy down. Big boys play rough and fall hard, so each time he would rough house with his brother and sisters, he’d have to call it quits a bit sooner. It didn’t seem to bother him too much, however, his fur mama knew it wasn’t good. After a few adjustments, Miko’s shoulder no longer clicked and the pep was returned to his step. Miko and Moses are just two of our moms loves, and she’s so happy she’s been able to help them feel and function better!

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