Dec. 31, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Part of the difficulty for many sufferers of long-time back and neck pain is the loss of hope. The source of their pain might not have been detected yet, there might not be many non-surgical options for relief, or they could simply feel overwhelmed at the thought of seeing more doctors.
Seyed M. Rezaian
, M.D., Ph.D., F.R.C.S., F.I.C.S. wants to let these people know that there can still be hope for the relief of their suffering. Through his California Orthopaedic Medical Clinic in
, Dr. Rezaian has successfully offered back pain, neck pain, and failed back surgery treatment, both through non-surgical means (exercise, physical therapy, etc.) and minimally invasive surgeries (spinal fixator,
percutaneous discectomy surgery
, and more). Because a new year often stands for new hope, Dr. Rezaian is encouraging prospective patients to make 2013 the year they finally get a reprieve from their enduring agony.
Many of Dr. Rezaian's patients have written to him to offer thanks. Citing the friendliness and proficiency of his staff as well as the fantastic results he gets in treating neck, arm, leg, and lower back pain, these patients tell a diverse range of reports. However, whether these patients are seeking
laser spinal surgery in California
after a workers' compensation incident or after a debilitating accident, their stories share one thing in common; Dr. Rezaian and the California Orthopaedic Medical Clinic have bettered their lives.
Browsing through Dr. Rezaian's Testimonial page on his website reveals many personal accounts of back pain sufferers finding relief. One card from a patient named Terry states, "I am now back to the active person I used to be. Keep up the great work." Shannon corroborates, "I am able to do the things I have missed for so long since these last two car accidents. I haven't felt this physically strong and pain-free in over 6 years!" Finally Janyce adds in a letter, speaking on her husband's behalf, "Your skill and knowledge turned this all around…Paul now has recovered and today he has returned to work, using all his body pain free."