Ive Got Your Back: The Truth About Spine Surgery, Straight From a Surgeon by Nathaniel L. TindelA leading back surgeon reveals the truth about-and the alternatives to-back surgery, for more than 65 million sufferers.
According to Dr. Nathaniel Tindel, there is an alternative to back surgery in 19 out of 20 cases. This authoritative and plain-spoken guide to what back surgery can and cant do reveals behind-the-scenes information on back pain, back doctors, and back treatments delivered candidly, using case studies and clinical evidence. It arms readers with the information and the courage to ask the right doctors the right questions, so that they can make the right decisions. Topics covered include:
- What causes back pain and sciatica
- Why surgery doesnt always work
- The truth about disc replacement
- The key to successful pain management
- Back-pain emergencies
- Types of surgery and non-surgical alternatives
- Surgical risks
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Cat and mouse , often expressed as cat-and-mouse game , is an English-language idiom dating to that means "a contrived action involving constant pursuit, near captures, and repeated escapes. In extreme cases, the idiom may imply that the contest is never-ending. The term is derived from the hunting behavior of domestic cats , which often appear to "play" with prey by releasing it after capture. This behavior may arise from an instinctive imperative to ensure that the prey is weak enough to be killed without endangering the cat. In colloquial usage, it has often been generalized to mean the advantage constantly shifts between the contestants, leading to an impasse or de facto stalemate. Theoretical active reading on "cat and mouse," or "Dot and Ditto" is ominous in its implication; multiple protagonists, each armed a passive strategy , can remain theoretically locked in total perpetual war indefinitely, wholly unable to rise to a plateau sufficient to intellectualize their plight. The term has also been used to refer to the game hide-and-seek.