Why We Recommend Treatment
In today’s society, almost everyone over thirty has experienced some kind of muscle or joint pain. They tend to ignore the pain, convincing themselves with rationales like, “it’s not unmanageable” or “the pain doesn’t last too long.” But it’s important to know that oftentimes, these pains are precursors to significant health problems that can arise down the road.
Many people who get low acute back pain or herniated discs have previously experienced an awkward sensation or stiffness in their back. Some of those who pass the age of sixty must undergo surgery for lumbar spinal canal stenosis; most of these people had been suffering from chronic back pain and numbness in their feet since their forties.
Furthermore, for women, most everyone who has undergone surgery for hip replacement, or other knee or hip joint problems, state that “After I gave birth, I began to occasionally feel some uncomfortable sensations, but I was too busy with caring for my child that I ignored them.” If these problems had been treated when the symptoms first began showing, there is a high possibility that surgery would not have been necessary.