Between Herniated Disc and Surgery, Second Edition
Almost all humans are afflicted with low back pain (LBP) and sciatica. Recurrent bouts of LBP are a sign of aging of the spine and, inevitably, compel the individuals to see their physicians and doctors or surgeons. A herniated disc is often conveniently and falsely accused of being the common cause of severe and disabling LBP.
Disc Herniation shows that a disc impinging on a nerve is neither the most common nor the only cause of LBP. It explains that the severe and disabling LBP in the presence or in the absence of a herniated disc can be resolved with proper medical care. It emphasizes the correct diagnosis, optimal treatments* and the individuals' understanding of the cause and the source of their LBP as the most cost-effective means for treating LBP and the means for safeguarding their back and health.
*The treatment method is not described.
54 pages; ISBN 9780970658050
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Title: Disc Herniation
Author: Anuthep Benja-Athon
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