New Mexico Author Christine Kent, RN to Present at BookWorks on Her Latest Book, Save Your Hips - Heal Hip Pain Naturally and Avoid Dangerous Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgery is exploding as the baby boomers hit their sixties. "Hip surgery is pushed as a quick fix to a chronic condition, but the surgical quick fix comes at the cost of very serious long-term and all too often short-term problems," according to local author Christine Kent, founder and CEO of Whole Woman Inc. and the Whole Woman Center.

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Save Your Hips

Save Your Hips - Heal Hip Pain Naturally and Avoid Dangerous Orthopedic Surgery

The surgical quick fix comes at the cost of very serious long-term and all too often short-term problems...

Albuquerque, New Mexico (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

Albuquerque author Christine Kent, RN, will be presenting and signing her latest book Save Your Hips - Heal Hip Pain Naturally and Avoid Dangerous Orthopedic Surgery at BookWorks bookstore, 4022 Rio Grande NW, Albuquerque at 7:00 PM on Tuesday April 1st.

The explosion of diagnoses of hip problems that somehow always seem to require a surgical solution is the subject of Kent’s new book, Save Your Hips - Heal Hip Pain Naturally and Avoid Dangerous Orthopedic Surgery.

Kent is the founder of Whole Woman Inc. and the Whole Woman Center located at Central and Edith in East Downtown, immediately west of the Artichoke Cafe.

Kent’s reputation has been built on developing a revolutionary method for effective non-surgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence which, according to research, will impact the lives of as much as 80% of all women at some point in their lives.

“The problem with medicine is that it is fundamentally an acute care system for treating infections, trauma and life threatening diseases. When western medicine tries to apply the same approaches to chronic conditions, primarily drugs and surgery, the results are often catastrophic.”

Kent noticed a few years ago that when many of her clients were reporting dramatic improvement in their prolapse symptoms, they were also reporting reversal of their hip pain. With this intriguing piece of data, Kent began an intensive study of the orthopedic research literature.

The results of her study were shocking. Says Kent, “There is virtually no science behind the raft of hip surgeries being performed today, numbering in the hundreds of thousands each year. Surgeons invent their own theories and in the operating room do pretty much as they please. It is common knowledge that physicians are notoriously resistant to criticizing each other, so orthopedic surgeons operate with impunity.”

Save Your Hips offers both a technically sound exposé of the multi-billion dollar hip surgery industry, and she provides on the companion DVD a gentle and effective alternative treatment regimen to reduce or eliminate chronic hip pain, reduce inflammation, and improve joint stability without invasive hip surgery.

She is currently offering consultations and week-long Hips Intensives at the Whole Woman center for women and men with chronic hip pain who have been told they need surgery.

About Christine Kent, RN, and Whole Woman Inc.

Christine Kent is the world’s leading authority on non-surgical intervention for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in women. Her methods have kept thousands of women out of the operating room in over forty countries. She is author of the definitive book on the subject, Saving the Whole Woman and has produced seven related DVDs. She has trained and certified Whole Woman Practitioners in the US, Canada, UK, and Australia. Kent has degrees in anthropology from Northern Arizona University and nursing from the University of New Mexico.


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Four Steps to Save Your Hips Free document - Four Steps to Save Your Hips

Hip surgery is dangerous. So-called repairs often fail and require total hip replacement. Artificial joints can fail and metal to metal wear can poison the patient. Learn the four steps you can take to save your hip joints.


Christine Kent, RN Christine Kent, RN

Founder and CEO of Whole Woman Inc. and the Whole Woman Center