My name is Gina and basically to get to the point about roughly 2 ish years ago I went to a chiropractor for adjustment work and had to get xrays and then schedule an appointment to go back to see what work I should be getting based on said xrays. I went back and was told I couldn't get adjustments but needed physical therapy and was never told why and was refused my results of the xrays after they were paid for, said and done. The company refused to call my insurance to get more sessions but they had told me they called (insurance said otherwise.)fast forward to last summer and it turns out I have a herniated disk and pinched nerve in my cervical spine that been progressively getting worse. I'm wondering if that's what they saw and why they recommended the pt but I was never, ever told my results and was out-right refused. Now almost a full 2 years later and due to not knowing for so long and getting diagnosed with fibromyalgia I feel like when you see something like that, that would cause a person significant pain, that patient should be told immediately. Do I have any grounds here to do anything about this even after a couple years time?
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