Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center of Seattle Washington Expands Spinal Decompression Resource Center

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Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center of Seattle Washington is making it easier for people with back and neck pain to understand whether spinal decompression might be the right choice for them.

Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage, Seattle Washington
If a person is suffering with a herniated disc, is considering back surgery or is sick of that chronic achy feeling, this treatment could be life-changing.

Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center of Seattle, Washington has expanded the spinal decompression resource center on its recently redesigned website at eastlakechiro.com. When asked about the decision to offer more detailed information about this nonsurgical, drug-free therapy, chiropractor Dr. Lincoln Kamell says his motivation is simple: “If a person is suffering with a herniated disc, is considering back surgery or is sick of that chronic achy feeling, this treatment could be life-changing." Dr. Kamell knows that about 80% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. For some people, it will be debilitating—limiting their daily routine, interfering with sleep and making it more difficult to maintain a healthy weight.

As a chiropractor who has served Seattle for over 22 years, Dr. Kamell diagnoses and treats a wide range of spinal conditions and understands the potential benefits of spinal decompression therapy. In addition to being effective in a large number of cases, it’s also safe and affordable. He explains that the reason he has expanded the area of the clinic’s website devoted to this treatment and offers no-cost initial consultations is that he wants patients to understand their choices and be in a better position to make the decision that’s right for them. “Information is power. Spinal decompression therapy is a more conservative, noninvasive option that may be right for patients who want to address the underlying cause of their back or neck pain without the risks of long-term drug use or surgery.”

The spinal decompression resource center now covers a variety of frequently asked questions and provides a patient-friendly overview of the spinal decompression process and technology. Over time, the spinal decompression resource center will also include links to a variety of research that patients can review online. For Dr. Kamell, however, some of the most compelling evidence is actually first-hand. He reads from a recent patient review, “He recommended massage and decompression along with chiropractic adjustments and after a few weeks of care I was sleeping like a baby! –J.B.”

When it comes to making good healthcare decisions, experts agree that there’s no substitute for being a well-informed patient. The spinal decompression resource center at Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center is designed to make that easier to do. Those who are interested can also follow Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage in Seattle on Facebook.

Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center
2722 Eastlake Avenue East #360
Seattle, WA 98102
(206) 324-8600
http://eastlakechiro.com

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