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If your back pain is relentless, and you're sick and tired of suffering, reading this report may be the most important thing you've done to improve your health and well being, What your doctor doesn't know about low back pain will surprise you.

If your medical doctor tells you that your back has been sprained and that cutting back on your activities while taking medication will cure the problem, then you can be certain that he or she may not be the one you should be talking to. The reason for this is that most medical doctors are unable to diagnose and treat the real cause of low back pain. Their treatment is likely to be ineffective as it only covers up the symptoms without treating the cause which will likely result in you not getting better.

Taking drugs just masks the pain; it will never cure your low back pain. Furthermore, even drugs such as aspirin, if taken over a long period of time, can cause damage to your liver, kidneys, and stomach lining. Masking the pain just prevents you from curing the underlying source of the pain, which allows the problem to become progressively worse over time.

A group of university scientists performed a double blind study in which one group received the traditional treatment with drugs, while another group were treated by a different method--one without drugs or surgery. While both groups reported they felt better, there was a big difference in the outcome of one of the groups. Once the treatments concluded, the pain returned to the first group one month later, while the second group--the group that received chiropractic care, reported that they were pain free. If your medical doctor's recommendation is to have back surgery, check the alternatives before you proceed.

Make an appointment now for a consultation with a doctor of chiropractic to discuss the alternatives to drugs or surgery.

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