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Don't Live in Pain: Four Life Improving Benefits of Back Surgery

Renowned pioneering orthopedic surgeon Dr. Seyed M. Rezaian of the California Orthopedic Medical Clinic details how surgery can better one's quality of life.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The spinal column is one of the most delicate and essential areas of the human body. Signals carried to and from the brain through the column control many key functions of our motor skills and nervous system. Injury or ailment here can be life altering, and leave the victim in agonizing pain, or with a loss of control over their body. Though back injury and disease can have an intensely difficult impact on a person's life, there are more options available to make things better than ever before. Laser back surgery is one such option, and Dr. Rezaian of the Orthopedic Medical Clinic offers a number of important reasons why you should consider it.

1.      Relief from Back Conditions

Most people, at some point in their lives, will experience the discomfort of back pain. In addition to injury, back pain is a normal symptom of age, as wear and tear can continue to accumulate and cause damage. Spinal stenosis is one issue that can develop as the open spaces within the spine narrow and place pressure on nerves. This can lead to cramping in the legs, or pain in the back and neck. Many patients accept back pain as a part of the aging process, but surgery can alleviate these symptoms, and lead to a more productive and fulfilling lifestyle.

2.      Addressing Failed Surgery

Because the spine is such a critical and sensitive area of human anatomy, failed back surgery is an unfortunately common occurrence. It's understandable why a patient who still experiences lingering pain after back surgery would be hesitant to attempt to readdress that issue, however there is no reason to give up hope.

Advancement in new cutting edge technology has led to a dramatic improvement in the quality of surgery available to patients. As a highly critically acclaimed, world renowned surgeon, Dr. Seyed Rezaian, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.S., F.I.C.S offers top quality treatment, some of which he himself pioneered, to remove pain caused by failed back surgery.  

3.      Discovering Unknown Injuries

Surprisingly, many people suffer from back injuries without even knowing it. Some back injuries can be difficult to detect and diagnose, and patients may suffer with pain they continue to ineffectually treat with medication and exercises. Though these techniques sometimes prove sufficient at addressing back problems, they do not always solve the underlying issue. Back surgery is sometimes the best option for correcting unknown injury a patient may have, and anyone who has suffered from long-term back pain would do well to investigate.

4.      Improving Quality of Life for Major Spinal Issues or Disease

Due to significant spinal problems, there are a great deal people whose mobility is extremely limited by their disease or ailment. Many of these people have lost normal use of their legs as a result of a debilitating and difficult condition. Dr. Rezaian and the California Orthopaedic Medical clinic provide hope with groundbreaking procedures that have reduced leg pain, numbness, weakness, and—in some cases—even helped wheelchair bound patients gain use of their legs. No one should have to live in pain. For back injury treatment that is amongst the best in Los Angeles, contact the California Orthopaedic Medical Clinic today at 877-397-9616 or online at www.laserbacksurgery.com.

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