"After completing 20 sessions of recommended Spinal Decompression Therapy in June and keeping up with a maintenance schedule of once per month since, I have noticed that my life has begun getting back to normal regarding pain holding me back.
I started experiencing lower back pain in 1995 and for 20 years the pain was at a low of 5 to a high of 7. In the last 3 years my pain has worsened to the point that I could not lay flat in bed. For nearly 3 years I have slept in a chair. The pain and lack of sleep had an awful effect on me.
Wishing you good times, good cheer, and a memorable new year.
New Year ...New Insurance?
As our Doctors continue to advance their training and certifications, we are excited to serve your Healthcare needs this year with their expertise in proper diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. Please be sure to update us with any new policy information prior to scheduling your appointments in 2016. Many Policies have changed and we will be happy to look up your benefits.
All of us at Precision Pain Relief Center want to thank you for your business, loyalty, and support in 2015. We hope to see you again in 2016!
Between 1999 and 2008 the mean inflationary adjusted costs for ambulatory neck and/or back pain in the United States increased by a factor of 95%.1 According to the study by Davis et al the largest proportion of increased costs are associated with specialty visits rather than primary consultations, clearly indicating that spine care places a tremendous burden upon the health care system. In addition primary care physicians are overburdened with managing the needs of diabetic and high blood pressure patients. This has caused a gap in the healthcare system for those patient with back and neck pain disorders.
Texting has made communication swifter and more accessible than ever before, but that is not without pitfalls. Texting is distracting, and texting while driving has been documented as even more dangerous than drinking behind the wheel. Texting can exacerbate joint pain and, in more serious conditions, lead to neurological damage. With eyes glued down to a screen, texting can lead to everyday aches and pains.
Much of medical academia has been supporting chiropractic and now many of the most prestigious medical institutions are publishing their support for our care. In large, this is a result of the overwhelming positive pro-chiropractic scientific literature that has been published over the last few years with more coming. The referenced article review is from Harvard Medical School explaining both what their view of chiropractic is, who we treat and the rarity of adverse side effects. In short, Harvard Medical School now says what the chiropractic profession has been saying for years.