THE CAUSE OF BACK/ NECK PAIN
THE PUMP MECHANISM
THE CAUSE IS LACK OF BLOOD FLOW (ISCHEMIA)
ANGIOGENESIS: GROWING BLOOD VESSELS
BE CAREFUL WITH EXERCISE
Most people are told that all they need to do to fix their back or neck pain is exercise and this is usually the worst advice. If the cause of your pain is damage to the spinal disc exercise will make the condition worse. That means no sit ups, no leg raises, planking, bridging, yoga, weight lifting, pilates etc... Think of it like this, you don't drive your car on a flat tire right? Why would you think exercise can repair an injured spinal disc? It can't. The only way to repair the injury is through the process of angiogenesis and time.
OUR TREATMENT APPROACH
To help correct Back and Neck Pain we want to establish several primary goals. First we decompress the injured spinal disc(s). This allows for angiogenesis and reduction of nerve compression. Secondly, we want to increase blood flow to the associated nerves and soft tissue structures. Thirdly, we assist the body metabolically with herbs and food concentrates. Using this integrated treatment plan it is possible to establish healing, even in long standing conditions that have failed conventional therapies. The duration of treatment is projected at 3 months with objective change apparent within the first 30 days of care. Treatment frequency is usually preformed daily Monday through Friday for 60 minutes per session. Call us to schedule a consultation and learn more (239) 275-7575.
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3. VAX-D Reduces Chronic Discogenic Low Back Pain- 4 year Study Odell R., MD. Ph.D, Boudreau D. DO Anesthesiology News, Volume 29, Number 3 , March 2003
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