World’s Most Dangerous Healthcare Facility

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If you thought going to the hospital was bad, you’re not only right. It’s probably 10 times worse than you thought.

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According to an article published in the April issue of Health Affairs, medical errors at the three U.S. hospitals studied affected 1 in 3 of the 800 patient records reviewed.

Sure, not every error was as serious as someone getting the wrong leg amputated or medical overdose / allergic reaction to a medicine they shouldn’t have given the patient resulting in death. But the last time you went to the hospital did they notify you there was a 33% chance they were going to screw something up with your care?

Now let me put that into perspective with the world of back pain. Fusion surgery and other back surgeries are on a steady increase. And guess what else is on the increase?

Failed back surgery syndrome

If you’ve never heard of failed back surgery syndrome let me put this only clinical term for surgical failure into everyday terms. It simply means that you’ve wasted your money on back surgery — and likely are going to end up in more pain for the rest of your life that you may never be able to reverse.

What really makes failed back surgery syndrome a travesty of so-called medical care is how often doctors operate when the patient could have healed their back and avoided back surgery in the first place.

I’ve spent the past decade helping people who thought they had no other choice but go under the knife get rid of their back pain — naturally, without surgery.

For example, one natural back pain treatment I highly recommend has a 70% success rate at helping people with back pain avoid surgery altogether. It’s called inversion therapy. Oh yeah, and the cost of buying an inversion table to have right at home so you never have to visit the doctor again is probably far less than the deductible for the surgery your doctor suggested too. Maybe even less than that monthly pain pill prescription.

Now you may be one of the tiny minority of back pain sufferers who really does need surgery to get back pain relief. But I highly recommend you investigate for yourself what your options are. I’ve outlined them for you very clearly in my book, The 7-Day Back Pain Cure.

And I want you to have it — free. Just click the link.

All I ask is that you pay the small shipping fee to send it to you, and if that’s too much for you, you’re welcome to the absolutely free PDF version of the book. Either way, save yourself a trip to the hospital if at all possible!

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References

Classen D, et al. “Global Trigger Tool” Shows That Adverse Events In Hospitals May Be Ten Times Greater Than Previously Measured. Health Affairs. 2011 April.

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  1. Lyle Neigenfind says

    I am a subscriber to your program and I have a question about preventing a back attack in the mornings.

    Often when I get up everything feels fine. Then when I sit down to have a cup of coffee and read the paper, after a couple of minutes I will get a shooting paid in my back. Once that happens my back is fragile the rest of the day. Is there a way to prevent that morning attack?

  2. Admin says

    Hi Lyle,

    Thank you for your comment and query.

    Are you currently using the lose the back pain system?

    While they do read, review and monitor this blog if you are using the system I suggest that you contact them direct with your query, using the following link:

    http://ltbp.wpengine.com/customersupport.html

    They will then be able to address your specific questions and discuss any more personal information, with more privacy than is available on a public blog.

    Thank you

  3. Bruce Warner says

    When I had my right knee replaced, I was given pain medication on an empty stomach. This could have led to permanent stomach damage. Fortunately, my doctor picked up on it and had a serious conversion with the administering nurse. I don’t think that will happen a gain with her.

    The truth is, doctors don’t PERFORM medicine, they PRACTICE it. That should be an immediate indication of what you can expect.

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