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Andre Agassi, You can go back to court. PROMISE.

ssoberano
09-10-2006, 05:14 AM
TO: Mr. Andre Agassi & Others,

( Please excuse me if you find this posting unwanted and uncalled for. Just trying to help him.)

Had it not been for your devastating loss to an unknown opponent, I wouldn’t be able to learn that you are suffering from a very serious spinal injury problem. Your celebrity status and current state of health prompted me to send you the same messages I had with everyone suffering from lumbar, cervical and/or thoracic problems and especially to someone who also had a very serious spinal injury, however. Regretfully, the person wrote back saying “that it’s too late.” The Washington Post featured a person in pain who needs help to recover the 360 degrees range of motion and to have a greatly reduced pain in order to continue and entertain people and to make millions of dollars again. The possibility of achieving these is thru alternative methods that majority of back sufferers never thought that a solution is in existence. In addition, only the CORRECT method of exercises is NEEDED, together with your determination, willingness and full cooperation. Anyone following the methods will definitely experience a big improvement within a 30 day period. It’s a fallacy to assume that going to the gym, buying expensive equipments and spending thousands of dollars will solve the problems. To attain the 360 degree of motion and get to that level of NO PAIN is unbelievable; thereby prompting you to get back at the tennis court right away. My website is based here in the Washington D.C. area in the suburb of Prince William County, Virginia. Right back to normal dot com has been helping people who’ve been told that “it’s the end of the road and there’s no more light at the end of the tunnel.” The Name Says It All. RIGHT BACK TO NORMAL DOT COM. Thanks.//Sidney A.Soberano

RickDaStick
09-10-2006, 05:15 AM
So have you heard from Andre yet?

atpSUPERMAN
09-10-2006, 06:05 AM
LOL Agassi doesn't suffer from a Spinal problem, he suffers from a Sciatic Nerve problem. Its a common problem for people over 35, but especially a problem for him since he put so much pressure on his back for 21 years. The Sciatic Nerve extends from the lowerback/hip down the leg. Its nothing to do with the spine.

ssoberano
09-10-2006, 11:20 PM
LOL Agassi doesn't suffer from a Spinal problem, he suffers from a Sciatic Nerve problem. Its a common problem for people over 35, but especially a problem for him since he put so much pressure on his back for 21 years. The Sciatic Nerve extends from the lowerback/hip down the leg. Its nothing to do with the spine.

atpSUPERMAN, I was able to overcome my sciatic nerve problem thru alternative methods. Several doctors suggested the last option which was surgery but I did not listen to any of them. Luckily, regained my strength and get back to normal without undergoing surgery considering my L5/S1 problem. I wouldn't dare asking to help him get back to normal IF he already had a failed back surgery. If Andre Agassi will go for surgery, the more that he will be in pain the rest of his life.

Pfloyd
09-10-2006, 11:39 PM
If Agassi dosent step into the Tennis courts for, lets say, 3 years, will he be able to play at the senior level?

Tennis Fool
09-10-2006, 11:46 PM
If Agassi dosent step into the Tennis courts for, lets say, 3 years, will he be able to play at the senior level?
Do they have senior wheelchair tennis?

Minnie
09-10-2006, 11:52 PM
I think it very much depends what the exact problem is with the sciatic nerve. My husband and me both have different problems with it. Exercise helps me - but it didn't help my husband at all... in fact made it worse. Consultant suggested op - and my husband hasn't looked back since. Can now exercise and do things he never thought possible... so every case needs a v careful diagnosis.

I was a big Andre fan (always will be) and I was v worried about him continually having cortisone injections in his back. Consultant treating my husband did not believe in them ... he said it made any possible subsequent op more difficult because of scar tissue these injections create. Hopefully, now that Andre has stopped playing his sciatic problem will disappear ... though it may well come back to haunt him in 10 or so years time.

atpSUPERMAN
09-11-2006, 09:43 AM
Q. Will you need cortisone to recover from this?
ANDRE AGASSI: I don't know. I mean, I don't know. It's possible. I do have the option of surgery and clearing out the space so the nerve is less affected. Worst case scenario.
They've told me when the intensity of what I do drops, so will the ramifications. But, you know, if I can't be normal, if I can't have fun with the kids, do all the things that we all enjoy doing, then I'll have to assess it from there.

controlfreak
09-11-2006, 10:59 AM
You have 360 degrees of motion in your spine??! :eek: :eek:

Kristen
09-11-2006, 12:36 PM
Do they have senior wheelchair tennis?
The beauty of the Wheelchair tour... you see guys into their forties playing :worship:

Auf gehts Legner!

tennisforumname
09-11-2006, 06:43 PM
ok i don't believe in this stuff, but i've seen that you keep posting the same thing in a few different places, so if you are REALLY set/intent on getting this information to agassi's team, then you should go to his website (agassi open) and send an email. They're not going to see it on here. I think we can 100% for sure say he's never planning on playing professionally again (even if his back issues go away), but if you're sure you can somehow "cure" him go for it

ssoberano
09-15-2006, 06:09 AM
< Will you need cortisone to recover from this?> = I never had injections at all and stopped my ibu800mg after a month. I hate taking pain killers and do consider a surgery to be a SUCCESS when done only once on the operating table. I recovered my strength thru the hard way and believe it or not, alternative solution and doing the CORRECT methods of exercises over the years helped me to get to that level of NO PAIN. The only way for Andre to get back to court is thru the correct methods of exercises. His money cannot guarantee that the surgery will be a success.//ssoberano@comcast.net

ssoberano
09-15-2006, 06:25 AM
You have 360 degrees of motion in your spine??! :eek: :eek:

Controlfreak,

Did you throw this question for me? = You have 360 degrees of motion in your spine? = My answer to that is a big YES. To achieve this degree you have to do the correct methods of exercises everyday from day one till the end of the earth. If only Andre will have time to try this method, I do guarantee that he will not regret at all. People thought that there's no other solution to back problems, but surgery. That was a BIG MISTAKE. I know that he is suffering too much night and day, seven days a week.//ssoberano@comcast.net

ssoberano
09-15-2006, 06:40 AM
<Hopefully, now that Andre has stopped playing his sciatic problem will disappear ... though it may well come back to haunt him in 10 or so years time.> = It doesn't matter at all whether Andre will stop playing, the sciatic problem will still haunt him night and day.


Minnie,

Regarding the sciatic nerve/lumbar problems I posted was not meant only for the ex-champion, Andre Agassi. It is for everyone who is experiencing limited mobility, e.g. walking, standing and sitting due to back related problems. However, anyone with NO prior FAILED back surgeries still has the chance to regain strength and get back to normal thru alternative methods. The frequency of doing the CORRECT methods of exercises will give everyone the best positive results of having a greatly reduced pain within a 30 day period and doing the same degree within a 12 month period will get to that level of NO PAIN.//ssoberano

ssoberano
09-15-2006, 06:53 AM
Tennisforumname,

I am new to this group and still trying to find my way in and way out. I'd like to make a correction about the word you used, "cure", I forbid myself using the words, "cure, heal and other medical terminologies; the word, HELP is much better for me to use. Thanks for the advise.