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Everything you need to know to manage your lumbar

disc herniation without surgery


Herniated Disc: A Survival Guide is written for the person who does not have time to leisurely get acquainted with their herniated disc and live with it. It is written for the proactive patient who would like to know everything that they can do to maximize healing. It shares everything your doctor or therapist should share with you, if they had the time. It combines easy to understand schematics, illustrations, and explanations with an exhaustive gallery of photos.


This book will quickly immerse the reader with practical applications. Herniated Disc: A Survival Guide is the perfect companion for a preemptive patient who would like to get the most out of their relationship with their specialist and to regain control of their life. Herniated Disc: A Survival Guide is also a good companion for doctors and therapists who would like to empower their patients with healing power.


This book would be a great companion for:
•Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialists
•Physical Therapists


You can purchase our ebook,  Herniated Disc: A Survival Guide by clicking the the image below.  It is available for immediate download and access.

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Time is Tissue

Time is tissue; the longer you wait the more tissue damage occurs.  Every day that you delay proper care for your herniation you increase the likelihood suffering from permanent complications or requiring surgery. Order today.  You have nothing to lose: I am backing this e-book with a 100% Money-Back 60-Day Guarantee.




William E. Morgan



No book is a replacement for a competent doctor. This book is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of your doctor, but rather a supplement to your patient-doctor relationship. This book is not intended to provide self-diagnosis and treatment of herniated discs. It is intended to help educate patients who know that they have a herniated lumbar disc that does not require surgery. The risks of self-care include delaying timely and appropriate professional care and possible risk of permanent impairment.


The views expressed in this book are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Navy, Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government.

The information within this guide represents the views of the author at the date of publication. Due to the rapid increase in knowledge, the author reserves the right to update and modernize his views as science uncovers more information. While every attempt has been made to verify the information, the author cannot accept responsibility for inaccuracies or oversights. Any perceived disrespect against organizations or individual persons is unintentional. The author makes no guarantee or warrantee pertaining to the success of the reader using this material.