Considerations of Plymouth Back Surgery for a Herniated Disc

The frustration of Plymouth back pain: It hurts. It messes up life. It doesn’t always respond to the best-intended care programs: back surgery or conservative. That’s why Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology exists. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology is here to help Plymouth back pain and neck pain patients uncover an alternative that functions for their Plymouth back pain relief goal.


There are many Plymouth back pain relief plan options! Recent research shares some interesting findings. Let’s consider opioids and Tylenol for back pain relief. There’s no difference in low back pain relief and radicular extremity pain (leg pain sciatica) relief between using Tylenol and taking powerful opioid drugs. (1) Melatonin defends the intervertebral disc’s nucleus pulposus cells from apoptosis (cell death) and stopped disc degeneration. (2) Melatonin does this. There is hope for disc degeneration’s reversal. And what about this report? Spontaneous resorption of a lumbar herniated disc confirmed on MRI was observed in all of 9 patients who experienced back pain and sciatic leg pain, declined back surgery, and demonstrated no motor deficit! It took a mean of about 8.7 months. Clinical relief with conservative treatment came about in a mean of just 5.7 weeks. (3) That’s rousing news! The discs resorbed.


What compels a patient to decide on Plymouth back surgery over other options? The patient’s ideas about the treatment may potentially based on inadequate information. The time required for a patient to make a decision may be sped up because of scheduling when the patient is one who requires time to really think about the decision. The patient’s not wanting to distress the system, upset the healthcare provider by rejecting recommended treatment. The patient’s earlier experiences with treatment options as chosen by relatives or friends and the resultant good or bad outcomes. Choosing back surgery or a non-surgical treatment plan for low back and/or leg pain due to a disc herniation is a big, complex decision. (4) It is a decision-making process Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology understands well, that Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology has assisted many Plymouth chiropractic patients to make. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology sees each patient as a special case with many outside guiding factors. Equipped with knowledge of the spine, of disc conditions, of the research-supported treatment options with desirable clinical outcomes, Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology can support that decision process, establish a treatment plan with goals that, should they not be met as expected, leaves the back surgery option open should it be needed. Take time to decide on Plymouth back surgery for Plymouth back and leg pain due to disc herniation. It is an important decision! Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology has helped may Plymouth back pain patients with Cox Technic to avoid back surgery.

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Listen to this PODCAST by Dr. James Cox as he discusses more about the decision to go forward with back surgery or not on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson.

Schedule your Plymouth chiropractic appointment today for a Plymouth back pain relief discussion of Plymouth surgical and non-surgical options. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology gets the frustration of back pain and is here to help you understand the options for its relief. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology is your partner in Plymouth back pain relief no matter the road you choose.

Plymouth back surgery for a disc herniation is an option to be carefully studied before a decision is made to proceed.  
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