Scientists reveal surgical procedure for hard to cure hypertension: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"
A surgical procedure has been shown to cut high blood pressure by 39%. In the surgery nerves to the kidney are cut. This may be good for some extremely difficult cases but I would not recommend it for most. Nerves are there for a good reason. They are the information highway between the brain and end organ. Cutting nerves to the kidney cannot be good long term.
A recent study showed that chiropractic neck adjustments can lower blood pressure significantly without drugs or surgery. Isn't that worth trying first? Watch the video: