Friday, February 4, 2011

Our Spinal Decompression History

At CT Spine & Disc Center in Glastonbury, CT we’ve been using this technology since February of 2006. What prompted us to get a decompression machine in our office was that a number of patients that came in for chiropractic just weren’t getting the results we wanted.

We knew we needed to find something else that would relieve their back pain, leg pain, or sciatic. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve had some fantastic success stories using chiropractic care for these conditions. However, there were some patients that needed to continually be seen or that just didn’t get better. In most cases, these individuals had disc degeneration, bulging discs, or disc protrusion.

Skipping ahead now to 2011; Glastonbury Chiropractic is now CT Spine & Disc Center. Now, not only do we help neck pain or back pain, but also those severe cases of sciatica and disc pain. Chiropractors Dr. Gill and I (Dr. Bellinger) have been more than pleased with the results we have been getting. Adding DRX 9000 Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression to our chiropractic office has really helped us get nearly all of our patients pain free and back to health.

The Glastonbury Chiropractor is located in central Connecticut- CT Spine and Disc Center specializes in patients who suffer from sciatica, disc degeneration, bulging disc or herniated disc in the lumbar spine. Call our chiropractic office at 860-633-8756 to schedule an appointment and to see if you are a candidate for non surgical spinal decompression
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David said...

Im happy to see your having some good success with your Drx machine, we have one in our <a href=">Boca Raton Chiropractic</a> office, and we have also been fortunate to get good results. Keep up the good work, I dugg this post to help spread the word.

Dr.DevineSeattleChiropractor said...

The DRX has had remarkable success, esp. when compared to back surgery.
Back surgery fails 74 percent of the time and yet insurers still cover the procedures and patients still line up for them hoping for a quick fix. What they too often end up with is a problem that is much worse. Failed back surgery syndrome is "characterized by intractable pain and varying degrees of functional incapacitation occurring after spine surgery". Where is the logic?


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