The Doctors: Pain Free Life
Though medicine is always making technological advances, The Doctors are the first to admit that we still don’t have all the answers. That’s why ongoing medical research can be so exciting, because we’re learning new things all the time. The upcoming Thursday May 31 2012 edition of The Doctors will tell you all about the latest treatments and findings that could help you live a Pain Free Life and Cure Back Pain Without Surgery.
Everyone’s pain tolerance level is different, and medical professionals will often ask you to rate your pain on a scale of 1 to 10. Pain management is a tricky thing, because many of the medications we rely on can become habit forming.
For long term or chronic pain, pills are probably not the best option. But The Doctors will share some new gadgets, methods, and techniques to try so you can have the best shot at getting to the root of your pain and removing it from your life.
The Drs TV: Cure Back Pain Without Surgery
There’s no easy answer to one of the most crippling and shockingly common conditions out there. Millions of Americans will suffer some form of back pain during their lifetimes. Whether it’s chronic and debilitating or related to an accident or injury, the best hope is that it will heal over time.
But many people are still suffering from back pain and injuries, which is why they so often turn to back surgery. Sadly, the results aren’t always as positive as patients hope. But innovative new treatments could change the conversation about back pain. Can you Cure Back Pain Without Surgery? Learn about this medical breakthrough on an all new episode of The Doctors, airing Thursday May 31 2012. Set your DVR now for the show that could help you finally find a solution for your pain.
The Doctors: Sunglasses Health Warning
Sunglasses are an important aspect of health protection that we too often forget out in the summer sun. After you see the upcoming report on The Doctors, you’ll never leave home without your sunglasses again. Find out what you need to know to protect your eyesight on the next show.