Arizona Pain and Injury Centers Now Offering Spinal Decompression Therapy for Back and Neck Pain Relief

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Spinal decompression therapy is now being offered at Arizona Pain and Injury Centers. The noninvasive treatment offers exceptional pain relief for all types of back and neck pain conditions, and is offered by veteran Phoenix chiropractors.

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Top Pain Relief Treatment in AZ (602) 883-1913

Spinal decompression therapy allows over 90% of patients to avoid potentiall risky back or neck surgery!

Spinal decompression therapy is now being offered at Arizona Pain and Injury Centers. The noninvasive treatment offers exceptional pain relief for all types of back and neck pain conditions, and is offered by veteran Phoenix chiropractors. Call (602) 883-1913 for more information and scheduling.

Spinal decompression therapy is a form of intermittent spinal traction that is controlled by a computer program to provide effective pain relief. Over 85% of patients experience dramatic relief from conditions such as sciatica, spinal stenosis, spinal arthritis, whiplash, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerve and failed surgery.

The decompression treatment is painless and sessions last less than an hour. Three treatments work by creating a negative pressure in the spine which allows increased blood flow and oxygen to enter the area. This permits healing to occur in an area that typically doesn't heal well.

Arizona Pain and Injury Centers combines several types of Phoenix pain management providers to assist with relief including chiropractic, physical therapy, pain management and acupuncture. The combination of providers offers customized options for better results. Spinal decompression therapy is often combined with other treatments to help over 90% of patients avoid the need for potentially risky back or neck surgery.

The practice accepts most PPO's, personal injury liens and workers' compensation claims as well. To find out if Phoenix spinal decompression therapy is an option, call (602) 883-1913.

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Dr. Kancilia
Arizona Pain and Injury Centers
since: 08/2016
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