Low back pain and bioresonance therapy: Personal experience of a neurosurgeon

Murat Goksel, MD, Prof. of Neurosurgery, Isparta, Turkey

The WHO describes health as: "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well­being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" in 1948. Beyond the contro­versies on this definition; I try to fulfill my responsibilities with "all my hats" to treat, care and protect people according to this WHO definition.

One can ask: what are your hats? The year 2019 is my 35th year as a medical doctor. During my professional journey, I began as a general practitioner; evolved to a neuro­surgeon, acting as a lecturer, researcher & practitioner. I met with "bioresonance" in 2013 and started to treat people with this tool since 2015. These are my hats.

As a neurosurgeon around 60 % percent of my patients have a spinal problem. Spinal problems mostly and prominently show themselves with pain.

Low back pain is the second most common complaint of adult population, all over the world. Almost countless therapy approaches e...

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