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Gary Moller comments:
It is always good to get feedback from people and to learn what works and what doesn't. If you go onto any website of the services of private hospitals that do Government contract surgery and look at the specialities of the surgeons, you will see that it is wall-to wall hip and knee replacements.
While many of these operations are undoubtedly necessary, my experience is that the surgical option is exercised far too early in many cases. Furthermore, the non-surgical options for preventing or slowing progression of arthritic conditions through diet, supplements, exercise and modifying lifestyle receives little more than passing reference.
These people are production lined through and there is little post surgical attention beyond restoring basic mobility, aided by a heap of medication in many cases. This is unsatisfactory because incomplete rehabiliation eventually results in further medical interventions being required later on. Once on the medical conveyor belt it is difficult to get off and that conveyor takes you down - not up.
The money is in the surgery - not in the prevention, or the post operation management.
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