Do You Prefer Surgery or Non-Invasive Methods for Correcting a Herniated Disc – if You Were Diagnosed With It?

Question by DrJ: Do you prefer surgery or non-invasive methods for correcting a herniated disc – if you were diagnosed with it?
If you had a herniated disc causing back pain and or sciatic pain would you opt for invasive surgery or would you try a safer, non-invasive method such as the DRX9000 non-surgical spinal decompression system to fix the disc?

Best answer:

Answer by msc
DO not use the DRX I tried it with my 10mm L3-L4 herniated disc and it caused me to have surgery. I was worse off after trying it than before.
I ended up having a microdisecomy and now I better than new.

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