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Posted on 06-04-2012
I wish I could be more upbeat about this topic..... but there is no upside. This is one of the most serious permanent decision you will ever make! Some consider it without exhausting all the options... such as chiropractic. Chiropractic is different from Physical Therapy, Decompression, and massage. A chiropractor working within the true principles of chiropractic is a separate and distinct powerful yet gentle healing force. It is proven again and again to be the most effective modality and procedure for your spine and personal health. If you or a loved one is considering back surgery, please get a referral to a chiropractor, and get evaluated.
In some cases, the back pain or leg pain is unbearable. One strategy is to work with your M.D. to get pain relief while you get your (Chiropractic ) adjustments and your condition improves. In today's economy, we are reluctant to take time off of work so that we can get the help we need to heal properly. This may be important, because without proper rest and stretching the adjustments will not be as effective. Healing takes time and patience! Your spine is the center of your health, and with care and maintenance can easily last a lifetime. Isn't that worth some personal relaxation time, taking your chiropractor's recommendation, and getting well?
For the person considering back surgery, my heart goes out to you. This is most probably the most stressful time you have experienced in your life. My mission is to see that you get the very best care your body needs. Please consult with a chiropractor before you make a final decision!
On a post note, if surgery is the final option, the rest of your spine still needs care. It will start to degenerate at an accelerated rate post surgery, and typically, you will need future surgery on either the same level or other levels of your spine. Again, see your chiropractor, one that treats post back surgery, and get adjusted regularly. If you are pro-active, and stay with a chiropractic regimen after the surgery, the chances of you needing future back surgery are greatly reduced. The results will speak for themselves in how good you feel. Res Ipsa Loquitor! Love, Dr. Scott
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Yes a chiropractor can cause nerve daagme. Does it happen often? No. Your chances of serious injury at a chiropractic office is about the same as your chance of being struck by lightning. Incredibly rare. If you are considering chiropractic care, ask a friend or family member that sees one and go there!Chiropractic care if done properly is very safe and effective.
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