Pain Drugs Should Be Avoided Says Philadelphia Doctor

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Philly Doctor warns against pain drugs.

While the firestorm of public concern now exploding across the United States stemming from reports that commonly used painkillers such as Vioxx, Bextra, Celebrex and Aleve are risking heart problems, a prominent Philadelphia pain specialist believes there are alternate methods of relief for pain sufferers.

Dr. Owen Rogal, has devoted his thirty-year career in treating severe pain problems, maintains that prescription drugs, especially pain relief drugs, are “obscenely overused” because a successful treatment has been developed.

What, then, can a patient-- especially one with sore knees, back or neck pain-- do? And what about those with especially painful Arthritis?

About twenty years ago, Dr. Rogal pioneered a radio frequency treatment for all types of pain sufferers which is called the “RFS Technique”. Rather than focus on the Arthritic degenerative bone area, this simple procedure treats the muscle injury that stems from the Arthritis.

Dr. Rogal and his staff of medical specialists at The Pain Center, in Philadelphia, have been highly successful in solving problems for more than 90% of patients whether it is arthritis, back or body pain without pain medicine.

Dr. Rogal’s work in solving the most devastating pain problems has been cited in national medical journals. His work is considered on the “cutting edge” of his profession but he emphasizes without any surgery or pain medication.

Dr. Rogal says he is confident that many of the pain remedy users would be better served to avoid the controversial pain medications and choose the “RFS Technique”. He explains his work in detail each week on his popular regional broadcast show “The Pain Center Hour”, heard in the Greater Philadelphia area.

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