Newsletter: Reduce symptoms by 50% or more with spinal decompression

Did you know spinal decompression therapy has a 90% success rate in treating chronic neck and back pain? So, what do you do when you have tried physical therapy, drugs, injections, chiropractic, acupuncture or possibly even surgery but you are still suffering from chronic neck or back pain? We would like to suggest you look long and hard into our spinal decompression program.

Decompression therapy is great for people with disc herniations, degenerated discs, spinal stenosis, facet arthrosis or facet syndrome, sciatica, and post-surgical continued pain syndrome. It is a complete program that addresses the root causes of back or neck pain and provides real hope for those who are suffering.

We have been using spinal decompression therapy in clinical practice for more than 5 years now and have kept detailed data on every patient who has completed our program. The results: 90% of patients who do the program as outlined achieve a 50% or greater reduction of their chronic pain. For someone who has been living day in and out with chronic pain a 50% or more reduction of symptoms is huge. Keep in mind we are using this therapy for the toughest of cases and 100% symptom relief is not always attainable, but significant and meaningful relief is.

We have had many patients avoid surgery and achieve a much higher quality of life. Patients have regained the ability to walk further, sit longer, sleep better, pick up grandchildren more easily, and take fewer drugs with this approach. Several studies on decompression therapy have been published in respected medical journals, which is part of the reason we brought this technology to our practice. It can help some of the toughest cases that other doctors or medical approaches cannot.

We are the only clinic within about an hour radius to offer this type of treatment option. If you or someone you know is suffering day in and out from chronic neck or back pain, give a look into our decompression program. Check out to learn more.

Kyle J. Pankonin, D.C.