It’s important that patients are aware of all of their options before deciding on their best course of action in treating and managing pain.
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) June 02, 2017
Advanced Rehabilitation of New Jersey (ARJC) recently announced that they will offer a complimentary review of MRIs and X-rays for prospective patients for a limited time. These free evaluations will help determine if the patient is a good candidate for Cox Technic therapy. The multifaceted therapy involves a combination of spinal flexion-distraction and decompression, in addition to a number of protocols, including: “electrical stimulation, physiological therapeutics, including heat and ice therapy, massage therapy, trigger point therapy, exercise, nutrition, ergonomic training, back school instruction, pain management, X-rays, MRI / imaging, and neck/back braces.”
While many patients will often be prescribed pain medication or surgery as a treatment for back pain, ARJC advocates for less invasive measures in returning patients to their former quality of life. The clinics holistic approach is supported by a diverse team, including chiropractors, massage and physical therapists, a neurologist and a pain management specialist. The clinic has been treating patients from Jersey City, Bayonne, Hoboken and surrounding areas for many years.
Cox Technic therapy is recommended in the treatment of disc herniation, slipped and/or ruptured discs, facet syndrome, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and other conditions. The treatment can provide immediate and long-term pain relief in the neck, back and extremities.
“It’s important that patients are aware of all of their options before deciding on their best course of action in treating and managing pain. If someone has been advised to pursue surgery or medication, we hope to consult with them beforehand to let them know that there are other ways to correct many conditions. Our entire team is at the service of our patients in formulating this plan,” said an ARJC spokesperson.
ARJC specializes in treating a number of conditions, including bulging or herniated discs, sciatica, pinched nerves, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sports injuries. In addition to standard chiropractic and physical therapy services, ARJC offers manipulation under anesthesia (MUA), same-day disc surgery, shock wave therapy, and low-level light therapy for neuropathy.
To set up a consultation, visit http://www.jerseycitypainmanagement.com/ or call (201) 795-1665.