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Surgeries Often Fail Yet Herniation Can Be Easily Cured With This Doctor Recommended Breakthrough Treatment Says Pain Specialist Tom Chi

NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tom Chi, The Pain Whisperer, Is Highly Regarded Among the Medical Community, Hollywood Celebrities and Patients Battling Pain Symptoms for Decades. He is uniquely known for curing patients with difficult and chronic pain problems even after years of therapy and failed surgeries.

He tells us that Surgery is the wrong answer for Derek Hough's neck pain because herniations are caused by injured muscles in the neck which pull the vertebrae too close together and scrunch the discs. The herniation is a result of the actual problem (adhesions in the muscles) and that when the muscles are fixed the problem is gone for good.

Dr. Umar Chaudry MD: "Tom cured my extreme chronic pain like it was nothing!"

"Failed disc surgeries are all too common and the reason they fail is simple," says Chi. "Removing part of the disc usually means the pain will return or worsen since the injury in the soft-tissues remains."

Videos from his website back up his assertions. 70 patients applied by videotape hoping to be treated. Chi was flown to Los Angeles and we see him with actual patients before and after treatment for very serious pain conditions.

Dr. David Garrison MD: "Tom is the real deal!"

"One does not need a scalpel to cure the injured tissue. In fact that's something right out of a horror movie. Without curing the muscles that caused the problem the pain will continue and re-herniation after surgery is quite likely". Chi has treated numerous failed neck and back surgeries and his results are astounding.

He calls his breakthrough pain treatment Supertouch Therapy™ and says it works instantly for most patients with no risk of further harm. He reiterates that this is even after endless therapy and failed surgeries.

A top star of the Avengers movie said, "Tom saved my life and my career."

"Back and neck surgeries often make pain much worse!" Chi cites studies showing spinal fusions  are detrimental and actually worse than doing nothing at all! (Feb 2011 issue of Spine). Discectomies frequently fail and lead to disc lesions and followup surgeries with significantly worse clinical and functional results than patients who did not have the procedures (

To quote one health author: "Imagine undergoing an agonizing surgical procedure, which will permanently limit your future physical activity, when you never even required the procedure to begin with. This is the reality faced by countless herniated disc patients every year."

The injured muscle and tendon that create a herniation can be easily repaired by Chi as his hands have been "super-sensitized" with esoteric kung fu exercises in his career that spans 30 years.

Chi says he can feel injury in the tissue with such enhanced perception that it is like viewing a 3d computer diagram and this allows him to completely cure the problem so that the injury no longer exists and the pain and even herniations stay gone.

He achieves similar results for patients needing hip and knee replacements, carpal tunnel, vulvodynia, abdominal adhesions and more.

Chi treats patients who've had years of therapy and failed surgeries. They fly in from around the country and the globe, stay a few days, then leave with their lives transformed. Some come for followup treatment though for most only a few treatments are required.

Chi plans to change how we treat pain. "Fast lasting results needs to be standard."

To reach Chi:  

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Chi is a Master of kung fu and acupuncture and was on staff at Catskill Regional Hospital where he demonstrated acupuncture anesthesia for childbirth. He has treated over 100 medical doctors and the queen of daytime talk called him "Fabulous!". He will be featured in the upcoming tv reality series: The Pain Whisperer, which features his unique breakthrough treatment for difficult and chronic pain.

Contact: Dr. Tom Chi, L.Ac. Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM), Dr. Ac (Rh.I.) Email:

Text to 845.798.9995

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SOURCE The Pain Whisperer

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