Promed Pain Rehabilitation Institute in Bolingbrook, IL Offers A Cutting Edge Treatment for Low Back & Leg Pain Sufferers

Thousands of Americans suffer from low back and sciatic pain. Now, a local medical office is offering a cutting edge therapy for low back pain and sciatic pain sufferers.

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Promed Pain Rehabilitation Institute

Providing the Best in Non-Invasive and Non-Surgical Care for Back Pain

We focus on helping patients who suffer with low back pain, disc herniations and sciatica find relief from chronic pain.

Bolingbrook, IL (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

Recent reports by the American Medical Association show that over 80% of Americans will suffer low back pain at least once in their lives. Oftentimes, low back and sciatic pain can happen as a result of vertebral disc herniations or bulges. Until now, disc herniations could only be managed clinically with powerful pain medication or with spinal surgery. A local Bolingbrook medical office has now implemented a cutting edge treatment for vertebral disc injuries and low back pain.

A cutting edge, FDA approved, non-surgical outpatient procedure can help relieve low back or sciatic pain caused by disc injuries or herniations.

Spinal decompression therapy works by creating a negative vacuum-like pressure to help the disc re-absorb the herniation or bulge. By re-absorbing the disc material, inflammation and pain is lowered and low back pain and sciatica can be relieved.

Studies have shown this therapy to be effective in treating 86% of sciatic pain and low back pain sufferers.

Promed Pain Rehabilitation Institute offers this cutting edge treatment for low back and sciatic pain sufferers. To learn more about how this treatment can help your low back or sciatic pain, call their office or click on their website.

Company BIO: For over 10 years, Promed Pain Rehabilitation Institute in Bolingbrook has been serving the local residents with the highest quality of medical and non-invasive pain relief treatments. They have a team of physical medicine specialists, and rehabilitation professionals that work on physical and neurological pain syndromes.


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