What’s the best bank to work for in US?
I’m considering switching career paths into banking. I currently have a retail management position that I have worked really hard to get to, but am looking for something with weekends off and great benefits. I want to make sure I’m making the right decision before I even start applying. In your opinion, which bank is the best to work for? I would like to know what they have to offer (benefits)…average starting pay for an entry level position etc. If you currently or have ever worked in banking please let me know your opinion. I currently live in Austin, TX. Any responses will help…thanks so much!
Chase bank aka J. T morgan Bank
where do I go to get help after my ortho has pushed me off to a pain management clinic?
After being with my orthopedic for a year and a half he decided that he couldn’t do anything else for me. There is no diagnosis but I have severe nerve pain in my left leg, pelvic and buttocks area. No MRI’s, Cat Scans, or any other nerve tests provide a direct answers as to why I am in so much pain. I feel like no one cares and I cannot seem to find a pain management specialist that even cares to show compassionate about my situation. Why would I make up something that costs me a fortune to research with all the tests, medications, and doctor visits. I am trying to find a place in Austin, TX that cares and wants to find a diagnosis for my problem. Believe me when I say, I do NOT enjoy having this pain and I am so depressed at this point because no one wants to help. I am not a doctor, and I cannot believe that my or-tho basically threw his hands up and told me there was nothing else he could do.
You have pinched muscles in your back causing you those pains. Been there, done that. There isn’t a machine that the medical world has that can tell them something so simple. Nor do they have a way of treating it yet either except by painkillers. As I said you have pinched muscles causing the pain and to get rid of it you have to release the muscles that are causing it. The leg pain can be caused by the tight muscles pressed against the nerves for your legs, that’s common to happen. The pelvic and buttock areas can also be from those nerves being pressed on. Here is how to release your back muscles to remove the pressure so you can get rid of the pains:
(do from a sitting position)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly press on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
For the buttocks area if painful do this:
Lower Back, Lumbar:
While sitting place your hands behind your body just above the buttocks and press in on the muscles next to the spine and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your self forward as far as you can. Then release the pressure but hold your body there for another 30 seconds. Move a few inches down and do it again and keep repeating until you reach the end of your tailbone.
For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.
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