After Spinal Surgery
Majid Ali, M.D.
As the health and the strength of
the muscles, so the health and the strength of the
bones which the muscle move. This is the
evolutionary design of the muscle-bone relationship.
Of course, the health and the strength of the
muscles depends on how much oxygen they take in and
how efficiently that oxygen can burn acids and
toxins in the muscles. This, simply stated, is my
Oxygen Model of Muscle and Bone Health.
Individuals planning to have
spinal surgery need to remember three other crucial
* First, all the factors that
make spinal surgery necessary chronically and
persistently weaken the spinal muscles.
* Second, in most cases the
factors that result in spinal surgery also
compromise the nutritional and immune status of the
individual. As a result, the bowel-related and
environmental toxicities increase.
* Third, spinal surgical
procedure further increases the negative effects of
all elements mentioned above.
* Fourth, in my experience, in
most cases the physiotherapy, as implemented
currently, is wholly inadequate.
Below I outline my integrative
plan for optimal recovery from spinal surgery. It is
based on decades of my personal clinical experience.
Please read these guidelines twice before beginning
As in my guidelines for
individuals becoming their own primary physicians,
please use "Dr. Aliís Low-Slow Principle" which,
simply stated, means do not implement the full
program on day one. Rather, begin low with one or
two items on the first day and then slowly add
additional items while considering the tolerance to
items used. I cover each item in a series of videos
in my YouTube Encyclopedia (most videos listed below
are parts of my video channels on the encyclopedia
and YouTube takes you to related videos when you
finish viewing one).
1. Limbic Breathing (my all-time
preferred oxygen therapy)
My DVD on Limbic Breathing is
Tube Video link:
2. Regional oxygen
therapy in the form of hydrogen peroxide
foot soaks three times a day (my second best
My DVDs on Oxygen and Oxystatic
therapies are available at
YouTube video link:
3. Regional anti-inflammatory oil
rubs (castor oil and sesame oil, in rotation) three
times a day after peroxide soaks.
Heel massage (with high frequency and low
intensity as presented in the video)
4. YouTube video:
5. Toe exercise (with high
frequency and low intensity as presented in the
6. Dr. Aliís
Anti-inflammatory Protocol 1 (enzymes) 2 tablets
twice daily (available at
7. Dr. Aliís
Anti-inflammatory Protocol 2 (spices) - 2
tablets twice daily (available at
8. Magnesium (450 mg as
chelate) and potassium (150 mg as citrate)
daily. Note: Do not take these minerals without
medical supervision if your blood creatinine
kidney tests result is above 1.3).
The above protocol can be taken
along with oneís regular intake of multivitamins and
arthritis compounds, such as glucosamine,
chondroitin, cartilage, and others.
YouTube video links (in the order
of items listed above)
The Musculoskeletal System:
An Evolutionary Perspective
An Evolutionary Perspective
Pathogenesis and Types
URIC ACID: A DEMONIZED ANGEL
* Diseases of Bones and
Introduction to Diseases of Bone and Joints