How to Cure Diseases without Surgery?

Curing Diseases without Surgery

Surgery, in general, is risky because any surgery can cause the death of the patient. While the surgery connected with the heart, lungs, brain, and other vital organs is highly risky other types of surgery like removing the tonsils and appendicitis are less risky.

But, all surgical procedures can cause death. Before opting for surgical treatment, the patient may consider the risk involved in it, and also one should check whether the surgery is 100% unavoidable.

The surgeons used to consent for surgery in writing from the patients or their close relatives before admitting the patient for the surgery.

This should not be just a formality. The patient should discuss with the surgeon in detail the various aspects of the surgery, the risk involved in it, the possible side effects, whether the surgery ensures 100% relief from the disease, etc.

One must also get second opinions regarding his treatment. This will enable him to determine whether there are alternative treatment methods for the disease so that surgery can be avoided.

Healing and recovery after surgery

The patients who are physically weak or having more than one ailment take a longer time to heal. If the patient’s immune system does not function properly due to chronic illness or the patient was suffering from some other disease before the surgery, it may have to be in the hospital for a longer period after the surgery, followed by a long recovery period.

This kind of treatment is not suitable for older people who have comparatively shorter parts of life protected. In diabetic patients, the healing time after surgery will be too long because of their erratic blood sugar levels. People with diabetes are prone to a lot of complications as a result of surgery.

Many surgeries fail to ensure 100% relief from the ailment. When the patient is not satisfied with surgery, he may have to consult another surgeon who may suggest undergoing one more surgery. Moreover, many patients become physically weak after undergoing surgery.

Even though they can get relief from the specific ailment, they cannot move and perform their regular duties.

As a result, they become dependent on others for all their basic requirements. After surgery, some of the patients are fed through tubes and even require ventilators for breathing. All these methods are highly painful, as well as expensive.

Many patients are shifted to a rehabilitation facility during the post-surgery period due to their inability to breathe and take food.

It is highly risky for chronically ill smokers and those who had been using a ventilator before their surgery to be under ventilator support after the surgery.

Risk of infection

Any surgery will require an incision in the skin. As a result of the incision, there can be an infection. Despite the operation theatre’s clinical cleanliness, the person undergoing surgery is highly vulnerable to infection during the surgical procedure.

The patient who already had an infection that leads him to the surgical treatment will have more chances of getting infected during the surgery.

The patient has to take antibiotics before and after the surgery to withstand the infection, and various precautionary measures are to be adopted to prevent the infection.

Reaction to anesthesia

The complications that develop due to surgery need not always be due to the specific surgery that was performed.

There can be other reasons also. There can be complications in case the body of the patient is reacting to the anesthesia.

Anesthesia necessitates intubation. Intubation during surgery for breathing and supply of food and fluids can affect the lungs.

In some of the patients, the heartbeat rate and blood pressure also result from anesthesia. The anesthesia must be administered with extreme care to not wake up during the surgical procedure.

In case the patient has a history of malignant hyperthermia, it is highly risky to administer anesthesia to him as it may make his body temperature rise to dangerous levels, which can even be fatal.

Blood transfusion          

Bleeding during surgery is quite natural. However, in some cases, the bleeding can be expected beyond the limits.

When there is bleeding at a risky rate, either blood transfusion must be provided immediately, or the surgical procedure may have to be discontinued.


Deep Vein Thrombosis is a hazardous consequence of surgery. Blood clots that are formed as a result of surgery are referred to as DVT.

The blood clot starts from the area where the surgery was performed. A blood clot may occur even during the recovery period.

Immediate medication is all the more important to remove the blood clot. In case the clot is allowed to move along with the bloodstream, it may either affect the lungs, causing a pulmonary embolus, or affect the brain, causing a stroke.

The patients who had DVT before the surgery will be at greater risk after the surgery.

Pain after surgery

Those who undergo surgery will experience very severe pain after the surgery. Though pain killers are available, too much administration of pain killers is very harmful.

Hence the patient cannot completely escape from the pain due to surgery. Pain and tenderness of the operated area are common to all surgical procedures.

As a result of injury or cut to the nerves during the surgery, the patient may experience numbness or tingling after the surgery.

This is very common among females who undergo lumpectomy. As a result of removing the lymph nodes during a lumpectomy, there will be pain and swelling of the arm.

Fatal surgeries                                                                              

The surgeries that involve major deceptions, aneurysms, and trauma can cost the life of the patients. The mortality rate is very high in this kind of surgery.

In many cases, extensive trauma is proved fatal. Those who undergo surgery on the spine are at a greater risk of infection as well as bleeding.

Moreover, spinal surgery cannot provide complete relief. When the discs are dislocated, they cannot be put back to the proper position.

Know about the surgery

It is all the more important for a patient to know thoroughly about the surgery before opting for the same. All surgeries are basically dangerous and can hurt the body.

Besides causing severe pain and physical weakness, surgery can lead to blood loss, infection, blood clots, and severe damage to the organs.

Those who consider the surgical treatment to get relief from their ailment must discuss the various aspects with their doctor in detail, and they should consider both the pros and cons of the treatment.

Before the surgery, the patient should be clear about two aspects – whether the surgery is 100% unavoidable and whether the surgery will be 100% effective.

Alternate methods for treatment

When the surgeon suggests surgery, the patient should not decide in haste. One has to consult other physicians and surgeons and also find out whether there are alternate methods of treatment for the particular ailment.

Medication, occupational therapy, and natural treatment methods are available for most of the diseases. Many such methods are proving effective in curing the diseases.

Hence, instead of rushing to the hospital for the surgery, it is advisable to consider the various alternative treatment methods that may enable the patient to get relief from the ailment completely with no risk or side effects.

Noninvasive methods

Instead of surgery, one can opt for non-invasive treatment like using a coronary stent that will remove the arteries’ blocks close to the heart.

However, all types of surgical treatments may not be having a non-invasive alternate procedure. Those who undergo surgery will certainly require incisions, long healing periods, a long stay in the hospital, and many days or even months for complete recovery.

In case effective medication therapy is available, the patient can opt for the same instead of going for painful surgical treatment.

Occupational therapy

The patients who have back pain, muscle pain, etc. can make their muscles stronger and regain mobility by practicing occupational therapy.

This type of physical therapy enables the patient to regain strength and flexibility, and as a result, the patient can avoid the surgery.

The occupational therapist will prescribe specific physical exercises for those who suffer from bone injuries.

The therapy will help the patient heal the injury without surgery and get back to his normal activities.

Natural treatment methods

Many diseases can be cured completely by way of natural treatment methods.

Following a balanced diet system, doing physical exercises daily, avoiding smoking and alcoholic drinks, drinking plenty of water, and following a healthy lifestyle are the various natural treatment methods that are found very effective in curing various diseases without undergoing surgery.

Home remedies    

Home remedies are purely natural remedies that are found very effective for various diseases. The advantages of home remedies are-

  • The patient can have the treatment by himself without going to a hospital or depending on others
  • Home remedies are 100% free of side effects
  • The ingredients that are required for home remedies are easily available
  • Home remedy treatment methods are not expensive, and anyone can afford them
  • Home remedy treatment methods are easy to follow and are not painful
  • Home remedies ensure complete as well as permanent relief from the ailments

Avoid surgery

Surgery is risky, surgery is painful, and surgery is expensive. Even the minor surgical procedures have the risks of blood clots, infection, bleeding, and damage to organs apart from other side effects.

Above all, the cure is not guaranteed, and surgery may lead to new complications. Hence, if surgery is necessary, one should ensure that it will be safe and effective.

Those who adopt alternate treatment methods to cure their diseases can save both time and money and not experience killing pain.

They need not suffer due to various side effects and need not go to the hospital frequently.