Back in Control

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Back in Control
by David Hanscom, MD
Published, August 2012
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Chickenbone Said: "What I liked most about the book, and this is why I chose to read it, is that it is written by a successful orthopedic surgeon, who makes an airtight argument that Dr. Sarno was right about the majority of cases of back pain: The pain is not caused by or necessarily related to some structural disorder. Also that surgery for these sort of problem rarely, if ever, solves the pain problem. Prior to reading this book, I believed maybe 75% that my LBP and sciatica were TMS, but that is not good enough to effect a cure. I needed to believe that 100%. My own husband had told me many times that my structural abnormalities were not normally painful conditions and it was probably my mind that was responsible for my pain. Once I read this book, I became unstuck and closed the belief gap to 100%. That got me on my way to healing. I am so grateful to Dr. Hanscom for writing this book." Click here to Comment

About David Hanscom

David Hanscom, MD is a certified orthopedic surgeon practicing in Seattle, Washington. He earned his medical degree from Loma Linda University in 1979 and completed his residency training in Spokane, Washington. His expertise is in adult and pediatric spinal deformities such as scoliosis and kyphosis. A significant part of his practice is devoted to performing surgery on patients who have had multiple prior spine surgeries. He is the founder of the DOCC Project which stands for “Defined, Organized, Comprehensive, Care.”

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