There Is A Solution For Your Back or Leg Pain
Many back pain sufferers give up too early and believe that they will have a painful life where nothing can be done.
The Back Pain Epidemic
Our government is looking for answers to this “epidemic” and starting “national strategies” and “campaigns” to combat back pain.
Forty percent of adults experienced back pain in the past month, and anywhere from 60 to 90% will have back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain is the #1 reason for doctor visits each year, and many of the solutions provided by traditional medicine place people on a cycle of surgeries, medication, and continuous pain.
We Can Help:
Severe back or leg pain can cause a bad attitude or perspective, which is very self-destructive for you and your life.
This alone can be a severe problem. Not because it’s in your head, but a bad attitude might keep you from learning about relatively new and little-known advancements in back pain treatment. Or make you start to disengage from life and inactivity will worsen chronic back problems.
Natural Foundations’ non-surgical, non-invasive, and natural treatment methods can be effective for the following conditions:
CONSIDERING BACK SURGERY?
You might be thinking that severe chronic back pain can be fixed with surgery. It seems logical at first. Why can’t the surgeon remove the painful thing in my lower back and get rid of it like taking out a tumor?
Unfortunately, even surgeons recognize that back pain alone is generally not a good indication for spinal surgery.
Let’s explore this option more thoroughly as you may be sitting on the fence with this or may have already scheduled yourself for elective spinal surgery.
Tackling back problems is difficult, so you need to persevere and give the healing process time and effort. It would help if you had hope for a conservative option.
Your determination to try everything possible and give it a real chance before going under the knife, will mean everything to your chances for success. Anything less can lead to a downward spiral of pain or potential disability for a lifetime.
At best, spinal surgery should be used by those who have tried everything else, those with excruciating leg pain or something called neurological deficits (like foot drop).
Even in cases like these, surgery is not a cure-all. Probably you already know it as you’ve heard from friends about the results of their spinal surgery, and you may doubt that this is the best choice for you.