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October 2011

Do You Need Back Surgery?


There are times when surgery for back pain or radiating leg pain is necessary and appropriate for some patients.  For example, when there is a loss of bladder or bowel control, progressively worsening neurological symptoms in spite of non-surgical care, unstable fractures, cancer and infections. 

If you have any of the above conditions, rest assured, there are great back surgeons who can help you.  Also, for your peace of mind, get a 2nd or a 3rd opinion from other surgeons before going ahead with back surgery. 

If you don’t have any of the above conditions that require surgery, try other non-surgical treatments first.  For example, VaxD non-surgical spinal decompression treatment that we have in office has helped a lot of patients avoid back surgery.  The gentle stretching from the Vax-D relieved their low back pain and leg pain.  And the patients not helped by the Vax D could still get surgery or try other non-surgical treatments. 

Get peace of mind by exhausting your non-surgical options before taking your chances with back surgery.

 

 

 


Serious back and neck pain in the form of sciatica, herniated disc, bulging disc, or spinal stenosis can be treated using non surgical spinal decompression. Learn more about this safe and easy back pain treatment offered by Peninsula Pain & Rehabilitation Center by reading about our chiropractic services; check out the spinal decompression reviews from our satisfied clients; read questions and answers about spinal decompression; do your own spinal decompression research; visit the spinal decompression education center; and read Peninsula Pain & Rehabilitation Center spinal decompression blog.

Peninsula Pain & Rehabilitation Center is located in Newport News, Virginia and is proud to treat residents in Newport News suffering from back and neck pain; including everyone in for conditions ranging from herniated disc to sciatica to spinal stenosis.