Spinal Fusion Is Not the Only Option. Gainesville GA Dr Explains Why & Gets Results

Debra, has had 4 spinal surgeries. They included cervical fusion at C 4,5 and 6. Then she had lower
back surgery from T 11 to Sacral 1.. Though the surgeries were considered successful she was still in
a lot of pain and took lots of medication to try to live a normal life. When I first met her 2 years
ago, her doctors wanted to do another surgery on her neck where she now had another bulging disc.
She had finally had it with surgeries and said, ‘No’. She decided to try another more conservative
approach. She came to the Winner Wellness Center and tried a Kinesiology. It worked. No Drugs, No Pains.
Then after she got the results she hoped for she left the country for 2 years. When she came back to the clinic
she reported her back and neck, and yes the one that was bulging, were still healthy and out of pain. She is a great
testimony as to the healing power of the body and finding the right health care.

I want to thank Debra for sharing her story. It is her hope that by letting you see what she went thru
you won’t have to.

The 3 Neck Surgeries for My Neck Pain Were Not the Right Answer. Gainesville GA Kinesiologist Was.

I have had neck pain for years before I did my first neck surgery. That one did not take the
pain away, so I had another one. That helped a little, but the pain was still there and I
still could not turn my neck like I knew I should. So I had a 3rd surgery. I thought it was
probably successful, but I was still in pain and I still had limited movement in my neck.
I truly thought surgery was the answer. My doctors never gave me another option. They
never talked about Kinesiology or natural health care.
Then i met Dr. Winner. He explained to me why the neck disc surgeries didn’t work. They
were designed to take away the pain, but they never fixed the cause of the problem. Dr.
Winner did both. He quickly eliminated the pain and then he corrected the underlining
weaknesses. Now I can turn my head and move without pain and the worry of the problem
coming back.