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Is the sacrowedgy or the dorn method effective for chronic pain?
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Dr. Mitchell Cohn
Pain Management
In brief: Possibly Effective
They may be effective depending on the cause of the pain.
The sacrowedgy is 'hit or miss' in that you either have a type of sacral or spinal malfunction for which it is suited, or you don't. The dorn method is more dynamic and may apply to a wider variety of dysfunctions. Your best bet is to first get a proper osteopathic diagnosis and then decide on the best type of treatment.

In brief: Possibly Effective
They may be effective depending on the cause of the pain.
The sacrowedgy is 'hit or miss' in that you either have a type of sacral or spinal malfunction for which it is suited, or you don't. The dorn method is more dynamic and may apply to a wider variety of dysfunctions. Your best bet is to first get a proper osteopathic diagnosis and then decide on the best type of treatment.
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