Are you suffering from pain and aching in your neck and spine? Spinal care is important not only for pain management and injury treatment, but for your overall body health and function. A healthy spine assists in strengthening your nervous system, which in turn helps your immune and respiratory systems. Our Boca Raton chiropractor uses different chiropractic techniques such as disk treatments for pain management, as well as injury care for sports injury and car accident injuries.
Disk treatments like the Cox technique will help alleviate back pain, treat damaged disks and strengthen muscles around your spine. Our Boca Raton chiropractor uses disk treatments to restore your spinal health as gently and efficiently as possible.
Cox Technique Disk Treatment Proven Gentle and Effective
The Cox technique has proven to be more effective and less invasive than even spinal decompression, which is a popular chiropractic technique. The goal of disk treatments is to correct misalignment of compression of your vertebrae by restoring the natural gaps between the vertebrae and relieving IVD (intervertebral disk) pressure. During this process our Boca Raton chiropractor maintains constant contact with your spine, making incremental adjustments. This method works better than other chiropractic techniques that apply a fixed amount of force to the entire spinal column. The Cox technique treatment typically takes less time than spinal decompression, with more accurate results and less expense.
Disk treatments like the Cox technique are used to replace invasive procedures such as back surgery, which does not always relieve back pain or fix your disk problems. For a less risky alternative to surgery and narcotics, our chiropractor can use disk treatments for pain management and spinal healing. Other services available in our clinic include sports injury, personal injury, car accident injuries and massage therapy. Visit Shadowood Chiropractic Center today for back pain, injuries and disk treatments today.
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