Conditions We Treat

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Back Pain Therapy

The standard medical approach to acute or chronic back pain varies depending on the severity of the condition. Muscle relaxers, painkillers, rest, and physical therapy such as traction, diathermy, ultrasound, hot packs, and cold packs are sometimes used. However, this approach has not been found very helpful. Studies all over the world have shown chiropractic methods, including spinal decompression, to be consistently superior, and patient satisfaction surveys rank above 90% routinely. Given these facts, which approach would you use? If you had a treatment available that could safely and gently help you, would you use it?

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Bulging & Herniated Discs

Do you suffer from herniated disc, sciatica, or other spinal problems? Has your physician suggested that you consider back surgery for herniated disc? You may want to consider spinal decompression therapy first. Spinal decompression therapy has proven effective in treating degenerative discs, facet syndrome, sciatica, herniated discs and spinal stenosis. If you have already had herniated disc surgery, spinal decompression therapy can still behelp you. If you suffer from failed back surgery syndrome, and still have bulging disc pain after bulging disc surgery, and still have herniated disc symptoms, herniated disc treatment or bulging disc treatment with computerized spinal decompression therapy can help you, even if you have multiple herniated discs. Does this sound good to you or someone you know?

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Chronic Pain Therapy

For those who have experienced the crushing weight of chronic pain, dogging you day after day and never letting up, there is a solution you may have never heard of. You found this page because I want to offer you something other than risky and ineffective epidural spinal injections, addictive narcotic prescription drugs, or last resort surgery.

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Neck Pain Injury Therapy

The most common causes of neck pain is usually caused by irritation, inflammation, poor posture or injury. Pain in the neck, aka cervical neck pain, shoulder, arm, hand, or head most frequently results from irritation of nerve roots in the region of the intervertebral foramen (between the vertebrae), or pressure on the cord in the spinal canal and can result in chronic neck pain. There a number of neck pain remedies out there, and they depend on what’s right for you.

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Peripheral Neuropathy

What is neuropathy? Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) is sometimes called idiopathic peripheral neuropathy, motor neuropathy, or simply neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy symptoms involve numbness, tingling, burning, coldness and sometimes redness of the lower legs and feet mostly, and is sometimes called peripheral neuropathy feet or neuropathy feet, but can also include the forearms and hands. The cause is a malfunctioning nervous system, affecting the delicate balance between the parasympathetic and sympathetic components of the autonomic aspect of the nervous system. Neuropathy causes often involve diabetes, but there are also other contributing factors that result in neuropathy symptoms. Occasionally, neuropathy can overlap symptoms of cervical cancer, or symptoms of colon cancer, but fortunately this is rare.

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Sciatica Pain Relief Therapy

If your sciatic nerve becomes inflamed, the condition is called sciatica (pronounced si-ad-i-ka). The sciatica pain can be intense! Usually, sciatic nerve symptoms follow the path of your nerve down the back of your legs and thighs, ankle, foot and toes, but it can also radiate to your back. Along with burning, sharp pains, sciatica symptoms make you feel nerve sensations such as pins-and-needles, tingling, prickling, crawling sensations, or tenderness. Ironically, your leg may also feel numb. Do you have this?

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Vertigo & Dizziness

Most doctors and other health professionals agree that the causes of dizziness and the causes of vertigo can be elusive. Vertigo, or dizziness and lightheadedness, affects millions of people around the world. There are a number of terms used to describe it, such as dizziness nausea, dizziness vertigo, headaches dizziness and sinus dizziness. In a majority of the cases, the symptoms of vertigo are nothing more than a temporary inconvenience. In some cases, vertigo symptoms can build into a debilitating condition. Day-to-day activities are kept to a minimum due to the severe dizziness. Does this sound like you?

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