Home page

Read about the BACKRACK and more on THE LUKLINSKI' SPINE CARE site!

The Patented Back Rack - Brings instant relief from back pain!

Telephone: +44(0)207-631-3067 Emergencies: +44(0)7710-901140
THE LUKLINSKI' SPINE CLINIC
Suite 17, Milford House - 7 Queen Ann St. (off Harley St.), London, W1G 9HN
Established 1969 - over 40 years experience in treating spinal disorders
Share your experience at our DISCUSSION FORUMS Polish version Arabic version
Mr. Luklinski
LinkedIn Profile >>

You are visitor no. 560838
since 1st Jan 2011

Site realised by G. Marotta

Hosting by Memset Dedicated Servers

Free Page Rank Tool

Powered by

PHYSICIANS FORUM - Fallacies of surgical treatment

READ book CROOKED / SCAM by C.J.RAMIN / USA,Harper publiehers $16.99

For years I, B. Luklinski, a spinal specialist, have voiced unyielding criticism of ineffectual and obsolete spinal surgical procedures. These can be clinically proven to be false conceptually and by application.

Evaluations of these spinal surgical procedures are based on self-assessed allegations of success, supported by biased and selected research data.

A few quotations first, followed by a list of articles:

"Spinal surgeries being non-life threatning conditions are carried out by life threatning procedures" (in the UK only 10-20 spinal surgeons are qualified!)
Prof. W. Porter,
Past President of Royal College of Surgeons,U.K

"Regardless of medical/para qualifications, any clinician without specialistic spinal training = spinal speciality (Orthop. Medicine) is a dangerous clinical quack."
Prof .A.Gruca
Emminent President/Orth.Surgeon, Poland (and life back pain sufferer) .

"I wished having been younger to train under Mr. Luklinski!
Prof. A.Pachalski,
Orth. Surgeon (rtd). (my ex-colleague. O/M is not taught in Poland or E. Europe).

"Osteopathy/Chiropractic are clinically false."
Prof. Dr. J.Cyriax (Orthop. Medicine founder),

TIP: please note that the articles can be moved from the original location so that their links we report may result empty. Even in that case you can always retrieve them by googling the articles by their title and author.