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Back Surgery NO WAY!!!!!!!!!

george8787ggeorge8787 Posts: 1
edited 03/02/2015 - 10:06 AM in Chronic Pain
In 2012 I was injured while serving in Afghanistan in the United States Marine Corps as a infantryman. I sustained a significant blow to my back which created the worse pain in my back. Two months later I returned stateside and had a MRI and come to find out I had three lower disc where there was no more fluid. I eventually got out a couple of months later and the pain worsened. My sciatica nerve on both my legs was so much that I started taking pain pills everyday prescribed to me from the VA. After a few months and the VA pressuring me to get surgery I threw my pills away and was determined.

Two years after the accident and the pain worsening everyday and my legs shrinking because I couldn't work out. I Marine buddy commented on a post I made on Facebook for any products that help with my back pain and he recommended the Isotonix line. My Marine Corps buddy had the same issues I had and he said after a week of taking the product he started seeing a huge change, so I thought what the heck. I have now been on a few products from Isotonix for a month now and I couldn't begin to tell you how much of the pain has started going away and how much inflammation has gone down. I went in for a check yesterday and my doctor couldn't believe the range of motion I had.
United States Marine Corps/ Disabled Veteran


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  • First, thank you for your service to our country.

    Thank you for sharing your experience. It's always great to look into alternatives.
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