DON’T Get Back SURGERY Until You Try This First! (Video)

Thursday, June 22, 2017 by

The Health Ranger reveals why surgery for back pain is almost always a horrible idea, often leading to lifelong pain and suffering.

Instead, try these natural solutions that are safe, effective and cost very little.

Podcast Transcript: “If you have back pain, I’ve got some really good information for you on how to overcome back pain without resorting to surgery. But first let me share with you the number one mistake that people make when they have back pain. That is getting back surgery. Back surgery is horrendously unsuccessful nearly all the time. It puts people into extreme pain often for life. I mean back surgery ruins people’s lives. There are other options that you can do that actually work better. After people have surgery they often go to see chiropractors, acupuncturists and other healing arts practitioners, to try and heal all of the problems they have that were caused by the surgery in addition to the original pain they already had. That’s their first mistake. You should go see a chiropractor, acupuncturist or other people in the healing arts before trying surgery. Because surgery is permanent and invasive. Once that scalpel goes in and starts slicing things up, it’s cutting nerve tissue. It’s cutting skin and muscle. It’s inhibiting your body’s ability to heal itself and it’s inhibiting your nerve function that’s necessary – for example good blood supply to help restore healing and function to the area. By the way, most back pain, nearly all of it, is not caused by a physical deformity or a physical problem that can even be addressed with surgery. Nearly all back pain is functional in nature … In other words, it’s about the way the muscle tension is, the way the soft tissue is working, the way your neurology is either integrating or not integrating very well with your musculature.” Listen to the full podcast below:

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DON’T get back SURGERY until you try this first! from NaturalNews on Vimeo.


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