Successful Pain Elimination from Compression Fracture Suffered for 12 Years
A patient had been diagnosed with a compression fracture of the lower back (L5) in 1982 caused by an industrial accident. He had been told for nine months that there was no observable problem. After nine months the patient decided to approach a chiropractor who took an X-ray in a standing position. It showed that the fracture had partially healed by then. Based on extensive treatment, the chiropractor was able to restore the majority of the patients motor functions. Afterwards, the patient was seen by several MDs including one of the finest neurosurgeons in the Pacific Northwest. Based on his review, he determined that there were three distinct areas where surgery could be performed. However, due to the extensive damage, the risk implied would have been substantial. Therefore, he was advised not to go for surgery and rather live a very sedentary life. He also indicated that the patient could become a paraplegic at any point in time.
Given the diagnosis and advice the patient started a life in pain and inactivity which would last for about twelve years. He was in chronic pain with frequent bouts of acute pain attacks which would cause the patient to be in bed for weeks at a time. In addition, MDs recommended the usage of narcotic painkillers as well as a fit with a TENS unit to manage the worst of the symptoms.
After twelve years of suffering the patient came to Dr. Lubecki who prescribed two atlas adjustments and a mineral maintenance program. The results compared to a miracle. After two sessions the patient turned out to be free of pain. He is now able to practice martial arts and enjoying his life. Given that the traditional medical community had judged the patients case as hopeless this represents an amazing outcome.
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