If you suffer from lower back pain, and a doctor has recommended spinal surgery, you should seriously consider trying non-surgical lower back pain therapy first. This type of therapy is administered by a chiropractor, and the advantages of lower back pain therapy may outweigh any advantages of any type surgery, including minimally invasive back surgery.
Actually, there is no real advantage in operation, but there are many disadvantages. These disadvantages include increased recovery time, risk of paralysis, risk of infection, accumulation of scars, nerve damage, tissue damage, blood clots, and more. However, this type of operation rarely solves problems and only creates more problems.
On the other hand, lower back pain therapy, known as spinal decompression, is not only a safer alternative to back surgery, but is usually more effective. This form of chronic back pain therapy is completely non-invasive.
This type of therapy is almost painless and most patients immediately notice a noticeable difference in their well-being. With spinal decompression, there is no extended recovery period as with back surgery, and most patients report an improvement in mobility immediately after each treatment session.
Spinal decompression is performed with a decompression mass. This is specifically designed to move your body in a way that slowly decompresses and reshapes the spinal discs, essentially positioning or realigning the spine.