Treatable Conditions

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Fibromyalgia 

Tension Headaches

Migraine Headaches

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Arthritis

Disc Injury

Over Use  Injuries

Stress

Sports Injuries

Muscle, Joint, Nerve Injuries

Low Back Pain

Sciatica

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Work Place Injuries

Motor Vehicle collisions

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Work place injuries

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Types Of Treatment

Cox Flexion/distraction

 FLEXION DISTRACTION (Spinal Decompression) Flexion Distraction  is used in our office mainly for treating herniated discs of the lumbar  spine.  There are also many cases where a patient may not tolerate  manual manipulation and this is a great alternative.    You may be  familiar with axial decompression or other 'decompression' techniques.   Many of these are unassisted machine-based treatments.  Cox Flexion  Distraction differs because it is a 'hands-on' decompression therapy  that is controlled by the doctor.  This is the reason we choose to  utilize this in our office because of the ability to control pressure,  vector, and timing interval.  This makes it much more effective at  reducing or eliminating a patient's symptoms in a shorter period of  time.  Flexion-Distraction, (F/D) is a gentle, treatment procedure  utilized for low back pain. Flexion-Distraction is a safe alternative  to back surgery for those 95% of patients whose conditions do not demand  surgical intervention. The doctor is in control of the treatment  movements at all times.  Flexion-Distraction is utilized for many conditions such as:  

  • Disc Herniation/Ruptured Disc/Bulging Disc/Herniated Disc
  • Sciatica / Leg pain
  • Spinal and Foraminal Stenosis
  • Failed course of Steroid Injections

                 Radiculitis

  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Transitional segment
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndromes

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