When considering surgery as an option for successfully treating a back condition, it is important to understand the differences between surgeries to determine what option is best for you. Typically, surgery is only reserved for when conservative methods of treatment—such as medication or physical therapy—have failed to provide relief from pain and other symptoms.
As people navigate their spinal problems the question most will face is whether or not to have surgery and when. There are times when surgery must be the first option and the conservative approaches of chiropractics, physical therapy, medications and pain management are not appropriate. When there is a neurological deterioration or deficit from trauma … Read more