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Trying to Avoid Back Surgery? Read This!

The statistics of lumbar spine back surgery are quite disappointing:

 

Why Spinal Disc Surgeries Don’t Always Work – San Diego Back

A recent study of patients undergoing low back surgery demonstrated that of those patients who opted for back surgery, only 26% went back to work compared to 67% of the patients who didn’t get surgery. Those who underwent surgery also required an increase in the use of pain Statistics have proven that the surgical approach to disc herniation or degeneration just doesn’t work that well. Based upon the analogy of a damaged and flatten car tire, it’s no wonder this

 

Spine Surgery Outcomes Measurably worse in Obese Patients

Obese patients are more likely to have back problems requiring surgery, the surgery is also made more complex, takes longer and there are poorer outcomes.

 

Spine Surgery Has Lots of Risks

According to a recent study, “major spinal surgery in the adult is associated with a high incidence of intra- and postoperative complications.” How oft…

 

I think a second opinion is ALWAYS a good idea when considering back surgery.

 

How and When to Get a Second Opinion before Spine Surgery

Focus on the surgeon’s experience with your specific type of back surgery; Find out what the surgeon’s past outcomes with that type of surgery have been; Ask what are the alternatives to a proposed procedure; Ask what is the expected natural

 

Consider these alternatives to back surgery, all offered by the Natural Wellness & Pain Relief Center in Grand Blanc:

Chiropractic Helps Patients Avoid Back Surgery, Study Shows

Chiropractic patients are more likely to avoid the need for surgery compared to patients under traditional care for back pain, according to a new study from the journal Spine. The results suggests that patients can benefit from

 

Many Back Specialists Recommend Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression Therapy Spinal decompression has been recently approved as a surgery free method to help cure skeletal disorders such as herniated discs that cause severe back pain and limit mobility. This therapy stretches the spinal column and removes undue pressure particular type of back treatment. There are those in the medical community who are seeing good results with spinal decompression which is a non surgical back healing technique.

 

Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

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Spinal Manipulation under Anesthesia

Explains what Manipulation under Anasthesia is all about and why it is used. Spinal Decompression Therapy. Today is Sunday, February 10th, 2013. Home · Back Pain Spinal Manipulation under Anesthesia. July 14th, 2009 • Related

 

 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) on a patient diagnosed with

Spinal Decompression Therapy. Today is Tuesday, January Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) on a patient diagnosed with chronic Low Back Pain and Multilevel HNP of the Lumbar spine. February 6th, 2009 • Related • Filed Under

 

If you are considering a spine surgery for a herniated disc, consider these alternatives. These treatments consistently result in high levels of success and patient satisfaction. Plus, they all have virtually no recovery time. For chronic spine problems, try the physicians at the Natural Wellness & Pain Relief Center in Grand Blanc. Here is a short introductory video discussing the benefits of MUA for disc herniations and degenerative disc disease:

 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia Demonstration – Dr. Mark Morningstar

Manipulation Under Anesthesia Demonstration and Explanation of services

 

 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia – Dr. Mark Morningstar

Manipulation Under Anesthesia

 

Here are some MUA patient testimonials:

 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia Testimonial for Doug Arvanitis

 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia Testimonials

Two patients tell their story how MUA helped them get their life back.

 

 

Excellent Results with Manipulation Under Anesthesia

 

 

Phoenix Fibromyalgia patient responds to Manipulation Under Anesthesia Dr John Quackenbush DC MUAC

 

CBS Health Watch Report on the MUA procedure

CBS News Health Watch feature on the Manipulation Under Anesthesia procedure. The report gives a before and after look at one MUA patients case, including a glimpse into the procedure itself and interviews with the treating physician and the patient….

 

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