Does the DBC program replace the need for surgery?
No. When surgery is clearly indicated, research supports that spine surgery is the best course of treatment with proven good outcomes. The challenge is that most spine patients do not have clear surgical indications. In the past, conservative rehabilitation was used in an attempt to screen out patients who did not need surgery. Unfortunately, the science and technology did not exist for spine rehabilitation to be effective, so they did the best they could. We now know that these rehabilitation programs lacked the scientific or medical evidence--the consensus of high-quality studies conclude that traditional rehabilitation is no more effective than placebo for spine patients. Since traditional rehabilitation was not an effective way to separate appropriate surgical candidates from inappropriate ones, surgery had been limited to being the treatment of last resort-when the condition had gotten so unbearable the patient had little to lose. This process resulted in the traditional surgical outcomes where 50 percent got better, and 50 percent became worse after the surgery. Most people know friends who lost this coin toss and may have even opted for subsequent tries. Many unfairly blame surgeons or rehabilitation providers for these poor outcomes when in fact; the technology was just not available to do better, until now. DBC Health is now being used by leading physicians from family practice through pain management and surgeons as a evaluation tool to separate conservative (non-surgical) candidates from surgical ones and as the exclusive rehabilitation program to restore lost function once the surgeon has repaired the mechanical problem which may have initiated the debilitation or have been the result of debilitation that had not been addressed properly. With this new effective screening method, leading surgeons are now achieving unprecedented positive outcomes of 80 to 90 percent for their non-surgical and surgical patients. With DBC as the new screening method, solution-oriented physicians can now consider surgery as a more predictable and effective course of treatment, patients can now be more confident of both their conservative and surgical options, and payers can be assured of cost effective quality care without fear of going down the never-ending cycle of ineffective and expensive treatment. Consider which generation of health care technology will be available to you when selecting your health care professionals or network. What a Relief Pain Center has all of your Back Pain Relief needs, and the newest batch of DBC Health Machines.
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