It is still in trials, but may soon be available. A doctor is giving protein injections into the spine to rebuild ( I kid you not) discs! And the good news is that it is working! Maybe there is hope for all of us yet. I sure hope they get this approved soon. Thought all you back sufferers would love to hear this!
I just recently saw or heard about a new procedure?
- 9 Oct 2011 by Anonymous
- 10 October 2011
wow this sounds wonderful. is it egg protein as i am allergic to eggs and cannot even get a flu shot. is there anyway you can find out for me as i cannot take this pain much longer. I think it is wonderful that it can help people and hopefully it will be out soon to help people that can take these shots. Thanks for the info
AT LONG LAST!
Let's hope the list of side effects, there always are, are not so severe that it is worth the procedure. Sounds pretty technical.
Has it been tried on humans yet?
Is it specific areas of the back?
Most of mine is lower back. I think this is the case with most people.
We can only hope for the best...
Thank you for posting this wonderful info for all of us!
It is my most ardent wish that you are a candidate for this procedure, perhaps some of your pain would diminish greatly? Do you think tis a possibility for you?
I've got company for dinner, but will email you later tonight when SIL leaves!!
TTYL? Hope all is well with you and I miss ya my sis!!
Hey any thanks Mary. Interesting as all get out. Love, enjoy hearing news, like that. Its good news and even though it might not mean say, in this case, that it changes my life, its certainly great news for people who suffer with these back troubles. Have a great Monday, (Columbus Day here, Thanksgiving Day In Canada) :-0) gobble gobble
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