NO question, if you are here at this site, you have experienced some spinal troubles. They could range from an acute muscle pull to long term chronic spinal conditions.
None of that changes who were are, it only changes what we are and what we can be.
But think for a second, many of us are parents and even if not, have siblings or friends that are very dear to us. Those are the people that you do NOT want to see go through the same ordeal that you have, not even for a minute.
Do we have the power, the knowledge and the education to teach others, to give advice to our loved ones, so they do not follow down the same dark road. We can help make their trip through life just a bit brighter. We may not be able to grant wishes and there are only a few who could provide a financial future that bares none.
Think for a second, If you had only three things you could tell you love ones, so they would hopefully not experience the same type of problems as you do. What would those three things be?
Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences