It seems the more one knows, the less one does ... in
the realm of spine surgery that is. What about you? Do you suffer with
Paramus back pain or leg pain or neck pain or arm pain? Are you
rushing to surgery for relief? If you are reading this, you likely want to
know more. You are looking for more information before making such a decision,
information you can trust, information to possibly help you avoid a first (or
second or third) spine surgery. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center respects your time and your
desire for information and knowledge before you make that decision about back
surgery as your option for relief. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center feels you’ll appreciate
these researchers’ insights about back surgery and back surgeons and your
consideration of the Paramus chiropractic approach offered for back
From researchers at such prominent spine institutions such
as Cleveland Clinic, University of Southern California Los Angeles, University
of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and University of Wisconsin Department of
Orthopedics and Rehabilitation comes detailed information about spine surgery
statistics. Spine surgeons disagree about 75% of the time as to how to treat
low back pain
More specifically, these factors are influential:
- Location: Disagreement was highest among southwest surgeons
(82%) and lowest among midwest surgeons (69%).
- Practice Type: Disagreement was lower among academic
practice surgeons (56%) and higher among private practice surgeons (79%).
Academic-based practice surgeons are about 4 times more likely of choosing no
surgery than those in private practice.
- Specialty Training: Surgeons with fellowship training were
twice as likely to not do surgery than those without such training. (1)
And if you have degenerative lumbar scoliosis specifically, there
is confusion, too. There is variability as to non-operative and operative
management, as to the appropriateness of surgery as well as to the specific
surgical procedures that should be used. (2) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center is here to help
lessen the confusion and attempt relief with gentle Paramus
chiropractic care of your spine.
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center offers the non-surgical approach to back
pain relief in Cox Technic. Seeing patients before a Paramus spinal surgery is
certainly preferred, and Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center is well prepared to care for
post-surgical continued pain back and neck pain patients, too. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center
offers the gentle, well researched, and evidence-based chiropractic treatment
system of Cox Technic. Its system sets research-documented goals of 50% Relief
within 30 days (though it often comes for most patients within a few visits).
Any sign of progressive neurological deficit will certainly trigger more
testing or surgical consult, though that is rare in most cases.
Choosing Paramus chiropractic care by a
well-trained chiropractic physician who specializes in back pain relief as well
as neck pain, arm pain and leg pain relief may well offer the non-surgical relief you
seek with the knowledge that should surgery become a necessity, you’ll have a
partner in your Paramus chiropractor at Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center to help
navigate your way through the choice of spine surgeon best for you.
So contact Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center today. Trust the knowledge of
Paramus non-surgical care for back pain Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center has.
Together, we’ll find the best path for your back pain relief.
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