Newsletter: Focus on Low Back Pain

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Did you know 80% of American adults will experience at least one significant episode of low back pain in their life?

In a six-month period nearly 50% of the population will struggle with low back pain, and 31% of those people deal with chronic, nagging pain that does not go away on its own.

Some common causes of chronic low back pain are bulging and/or herniated discs, degenerated discs, facet syndrome (arthrosis), post-surgical continued pain syndrome and sciatica.

So, what do you do when you have tried medication, rest, physical therapy, injections, and maybe even surgery, but still suffer? One option that has helped many to conquer or significantly lessen chronic back pain is non-surgical axial spinal decompression.

Research conducted in other clinics and from our own personal experience suggests that up to 90% of these tougher cases can get at least 50% or more relief of pain with this treatment option. Decompression works by gently pulling the spine apart to open the areas of compression, reduce the the size of disc bulges and/or herniations and improve flexibility.

This impressive treatment is gentle, well-tolerated, and is one of the best non-surgical options available today for treating stubborn back pain. We’ve been using this powerful, proven treatment option for more than three years with many successful cases or documented relief. If you suffer from chronic back or neck pain, you owe it to yourself to check out decompression as a treatment option.

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