Chronic Back Pain Can Lead to Debilitating Conditions and Suicide while Dr. Allen’s Device Provides Pain Relief Naturally Improving Well-Being, states Fine Treatment

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Back pain, migraine and other types of chronic pain without a known physical cause - and therefore little prospect for relief - are associated with an increased risk of suicide, states a recent article ‘Chronic pain raises suicide risk’. At the same time, Fine Treatment recommends Dr. Allen’s device which treats the painful area naturally by targeting the cause of the pain.

Dr. Allen's Natural Therapeutic Device for Intervertebral Discs Treatment

Sciatica and lower back pain relief with Dr. Allen's device is natural and effective

Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device for the treatment of spine provides the only effective natural treatment that improves emotional and mental well-being.

Over two million people were diagnosed with arthritis and about 1.1 million people were diagnosed with back pain, which made those conditions the most common, underlines the article ‘Chronic pain raises suicide risk’, published by Reuters. Thus it is important to get pain relief without side effects and Dr. Allen’s devices are able to help with this by improving blood circulation in the affected area locally, Fine Treatment reveals.

According to the article ‘Chronic pain raises suicide risk’, in the Health 24, on May 27, 2013 states, researchers, who analysed data on about five million patients in the US Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, found no link between suicide and arthritis, neuropathies or non-migraine headaches. Dr Mark Ilgen, the study's lead author, said, "I think we had the expectation that certain conditions - such as migraine and back pain - would be especially problematic when it came to suicide risk."

After taking into account the patients' ages, sex and other physical and psychiatric conditions, the researchers found that back pain, migraine and psychogenic pain were the only chronic pain conditions linked to suicide. Back pain was linked to a 13% increased risk of committing suicide, compared to people without chronic pain. Migraines were linked to a 34% higher suicide risk and psychogenic pain was linked to a 58% increase in risk.

Dr. Allen's research on Origin of Diseases explains the cause of degenerative discs disease: over time, wear and tear processes occur with changes of their shape. In order to restore the discs, the surrounding tissue reacts by increasing of the number of capillaries and thus the tissue around them swells. The spine has a unique strong construction which includes bones, discs, muscles and ligaments, so the swelling creates pressure and, consequently, pain, stiffness and immobility.

The Thermobalancing therapy is the only way to increase and maintain blood circulation in the affected area at the capillary level that reduces the swelling dramatically relieving the disturbing symptoms. Please watch the video on how easy is to use Dr. Allen’s device for lower back pain relief at home:

“The Thermobalancing therapy relieves lower back pain within days by tackling its cause,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device for the treatment of spine provides the only effective natural treatment that improves emotional and mental well-being.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen’s devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica

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