Are Back Surgeries Really Necessary?

Do you know less than 2% of back pain requires surgery? Most surgeons will recommend conservative care prior to surgery because of the risks and complications associated with spine surgery. Only a small subset of patients who have back pain will require surgical intervention. Even patients

with severe pain will often recover with conservative care, including chiropractic. A very small percentage of people do require immediate surgical intervention, which is why it is important to be evaluated by a qualified health professional if you are experiencing pain, discomfort, or numbness and tingling.

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