Single 10-minute treatment cures back pain in MORE THAN 80% of sufferers with no side effects, study reveals
A state-of-the art treatment cures back pain in more than 80 per cent of sufferers with no side effects, new research reveals.
After a single 10-minute treatment, which involves delivering 'gentle electrical energy' into patients' spines, discomfort was relieved in 81 per cent of sufferers for a year, a study found.
Some 90 per cent of sufferers were also able to avoid surgery to ease their pain after having a single session of the minimally-invasive treatment, the research adds.
Lower-back pain occurs when nerves become pinched and irritated, causing the vertebrate to constrict and... read more
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