Are You a Back Pain Sufferer Scheduled to Have Spine Surgery? Here’s Why You Should Reconsider
Is spine surgery or back surgery really the answer to your back pain? Perhaps. But did you know that recent studies suggest that just about 90% of all back and spine surgeries are completely unnecessary? If you are a back pain sufferer and live in Seattle, the information below could be invaluable to your full recovery.
Back pain sufferers are often frustrated with their inability to go about their daily activities and often resort to painkillers. This helps them sleep, work and perform some of the most simple tasks that we take for granted. Once medication becomes ineffective, however, they will most likely visit with a back specialist or back surgeon to explore their options.
Unfortunately, medical doctors and hospitals don’t tend to recommend alternative care. This could very well be due to their lack of proper knowledge of fields such as advanced chiropractic care or acupuncture. Another reason could be economic considerations. After all, a $150,000 operation and related expenses for follow-up visits, medication and home health care supports large medical institutions so it wouldn’t be beneficial to propose a less costly solution to drive away business.
With advancements in chiropractic care, such as the popularity of Chiropractic BioPhysics or CBP, patients who were once told they needed to have spine surgery are now facing a wonderful new option – one that does not involve any intrusive procedures, habit forming medications or painful treatments.
“We have seen hundreds of patients at our office in Seattle these past couple of years, telling us how they’re terrified about going under the knife. They come to us as a last resort to find out whether or not back surgery is really their ultimate fait” says Dr. Justin Favreau, CBP trained chiropractor at Stability Health Center in downtown Seattle. “The great news is that 9 out of 10 patients that we see end up cancelling their spinal surgeries completely because by the time they complete their course of treatment, they are pain free.”
Dr. Favreau and other CBP trained chiropractors throughout the country are among an elite fraternity of corrective care chiropractors utilizing the most advanced chiropractic technique available. The CBP protocol begins by examining the patient’s spine in determining misalignments prior to applying a highly calculated and effective treatment plan. Often within weeks, patients who were on painkillers and crutches are able to go about their daily activities and experience little to no pain at all.
By correcting the source of the misalignment, chiropractors such as Dr. Favreau are able to not only eliminate back pain permanently, but as a result allow for proper nerve energy to flow throughout the body the way it was intended, resulting in better organ function and less frequency of disease.
For more information on Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) please visit www.idealspine.com. For a complimentary consultation with Dr. Favreau, please contact the clinic located in downtown Seattle, Washington.