Wednesday, November 22, 2006


Study Finds Back Surgery Unnecessary for Ruptured Discs

A large medical study of back surgery for ruptured discs finds that those who undergo surgery get quicker pain relief, but in the long run, people who do NOT have surgery end up just fine, thank you, and do just as well as those who underwent surgery.

You can read the study, published in the journal of the American Medical Association, in today's New York Times. Other studies, interestingly, have noted that even healthy people can have ruptured/bulging discs with no symptoms or back pain, so this study supports my belief that a lot of back surgery is done unnecessarily.

I'll say it again: If your back hurts, it's because you're using ONE leg more than the OTHER leg, and back pain typically develops on the side of the back that's OPPOSITE your stronger leg. If you always stand/lean on your right leg, your left back will hurt, and vice versa.

First, STAND UP STRAIGHT (mom was right!) and share the load between both legs, all the time. Do it consciously.
If you develop back pain, do the Rossiter System techniques on the quadriceps for quick and usually effective back pain relief.

And remember....SURGERY SUCKS.

To a context this is true but then things can go from bad to worse if you don't get treated. back pain new jersey
Oh please a doctor hired you so this is what you have?
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