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Pain on head, neck, lower back. What are options other tha surgery?

Yes, I believe I need a new workers comp, primary care MD. Have Future Comp INsurance and they have recently discharged me. When I am still receiving medical treatment for work related injury. Pain continues on left side of head where I was assaulted and Neck and lower back are still chronic, have had cat scans and mri . Do not want surgery trying to avoid it, maybe should try chroiprator? What do yyou think?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Based on the information you had injury on the back and neck and still having chronic pain and want to see chiropractor as you want to avoid the surgery.

Its not a bad idea, surgery must be kept as a last resort/option, if chiropractor can help control the pain its the best thing. If not helpful their is always an option of having surgery to fix it.

I would give it an try as it may help.
Thanks, hope it helps.
Answered: Tue, 3 Sep 2013
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