Did you know?
- There are widespread debilitating injuries around the globe relating to joint replacements?
- Tissue and organ damage, and metal poisoning has occurred regularly.
- Stryker, a maker of joint replacement products, was sued recently for over $1.4 billion dollars. View report>>>
- Johnson and Johnson paid out $2.5 billion in Nov 2013. View report>>>
Here’s a surgery video. WARNING: Very graphic.
It should be a last resort option.
Joint replacements can help those who have severe pain but it should be a last resort option. Take our course on how to relieve joint pain safely, naturally, and without drugs or surgery. Give it a try!
There are over 1 million joint replacements performed every year, and it’s growing. For some, it can help combat debilitating joint problems that prevent their ability to move.
The problem is it’s being offered more casually than ever.
Joint replacements are very serious and should only be offered as a last resort, not first. The potential risks warrant that (see below). Many who are being offered surgery, who are not debilitated, are better served with less invasive treatments before surgery. Treatments such as physical therapy, supplements, etc.
Consumers have started holding device makers responsible for defective knee replacement devices, including Zimmer’s NexGen and Natural Knee System implants, Stryker’s Scorpio implants and Smith & Nephew’s OXINIUM devices.
There is a 3-Step, ALL-Natural, Method to Younger, Healthier, and Pain-Free Joints.
If you have joint pain and don’t want surgery or drugs, contact us here.