As mentioned in our previous article on accurascope spin surgery, accurascope is a new procedure to help patients relieve their back problems. It is a new procedure that is less invasive than normal back spine surgery and can also allow doctor to treat the problems at the roots. After publishing that article, we realised one of the questions that people have and were not fully answered is that accurascope surgery problems. Specifically, people want to know what are the risk of accurascope procedure so that they can make a more balanced decision.
Hence, we decide to do more research and help our readers to know about what are the common accurascope complaints and problems that people are talking about. The funny thing is that our own site keeps on appearing at the top result of search engines even though it is not the most comprehensive. However, when we look at other sites ranking below us, they have even information than us! No wonder we are ranking so high because there is really a lack of third party information on how good accurascope is.
After hours of digging through the web, we finally found some real reviews of the accurascope procedure that we have reproduced below for your information:
accurascope review #1
“Yes in the end of October ’10 I had the Accurascope procedure on my lumbar and thoracic and cervical spine. I am now 80-90% pain free and it keeps getting better. I had 3 herniated discs in my lumbar spine, 3 in my thoracic spine and 2 pinched nerves in my cervical spine.
I had no life, as alot of you experience, I was unable to drive except to the docs or drug store. Eating, showering, getting dressed, breathing hurt.
All the spinal pain didn’t start at once, but by mid ’09 I had hit the “trifecta” and knew that if I was going to attend my daughters’ wedding March 2011 I had to do something and I was allergic to meds, PM had failed me and I know realize I have had too many MRIs, CAT Scans and steroid injections for one human being in 5 years, let alone a lifetime”
You can read the rest of the review at the following source
accurascope review #2
We found an entire page talking about whether accurascope is a scam. You can read the entire discussion at the following source:
accurascope review #3
Finally, we also found another forum thread talking about whether accurascope works and are there any accurascope problems that patients need to be aware of. The review states that:
“Overall, I am happy I had it done so far. Time will tell, but I am so glad they only left a 1/4 inch incision. I hardly know I had surgery at all. In fact, i call it a “procedure” instead. My only regret is that I didn’t try this first instead of listening to my other docs who wanted to cut stuff. I think it’s worth looking into before doing anything more invasive.”
You can read the rest of the discussion at the following source: