Take Back Control: A Surgeon's Guide to Healing Your Spine Without Medications or Surgery
Publish Date: 2016-07-20
Author: Kamshad Raiszadeh;MD
Yes, You Can Heal Your Back Without Surgery or Addictive Drugs.
When your back hurts, your life hurts. Chronic back pain makes going about your business very difficult. Turning to your doctor doesn't always help.
Back pain sufferers know better than anyone: Our healthcare system is broken. Surgeons, physical therapists, and physicians offer conflicting advice. Surgery is costly and often ineffective. Health insurance severely limits treatment options. Out of desperation, doctors prescribe opioids that cycle patients towards dependence. Meanwhile, Americans lead high-stress, sedentary lives that perpetuate back pain.
The good news is that America is shifting toward prevention and more natural healing methods and spine surgeon Kamshad Raiszadeh, MD is leading the way. In Take Back Control: A Surgeon s Guide to Healing Your Spine Without Medications or Surgery, he makes a compelling case that, for many back and neck pain sufferers, medically supervised therapeutic exercise is much more effective than current treatments.
Based on what s worked for thousands of patients in his California-based SpineZone Medical Fitness clinics, Dr. Raiszadeh outlines the science-based principles you can use to get stronger without surgery or meds. You'll learn:
Why our fragmented, expensive, and inefficient healthcare system so often fails at treating back pain
How to ensure you get the right care at the right time, for effective pain relief
Why strengthening is the #1 secret for long-term back health...and the surprising reasons that so many people fail to do it right
How even the most debilitated patients can substitute their own body s endorphins for addictive prescription drugs
Insider tips for developing the positive habits and support you need to succeed
Sprinkled with practical tips and real life stories that illustrate Dr. Raiszadeh s lessons, Take Back Control is the perfect read for those who are ready to take responsibility for their own health and reclaim a more joyful, active life.