It seems as if everybody suffers from back pain from time to time. For many back pain sufferers, their condition is chronic. Ordinary tasks that sufferers take for granted at home or work on a daily basis become physically burdensome and distressing. Medications might treat the symptoms of back pain, but they do not treat the cause.
At Middletown Chiropractic, Dr. Vince treats disc herniation, disc disease, and pinched nerve using the Cox technique. Reason why you are visiting a chiropractor is because we do not rely on pain medication or invasive procedures like surgery to produce results. Non-Surgical spinal Decompression therapy is often a major component for treating a variety of conditions.
What is Non-Surgical Disc Decompression?
While other chiropractic offices use a computer-assisted mechanical device to treat disc compression our office uses the Cox technique. This technique was pioneered by Dr. James Cox and is backed by numerous research. Although the modern computerize device provides controlled intervals of stretching it is not specific. Worst part about these devices is the numerous traps they deploy in order to secure the patient.
What is Cox Technique?
Thousands of physicians – the top chiropractors – worldwide use Cox Technic to treat …
Low back and leg pain.
Neck and arm pain.
Other spinal conditions, including but not limited to …
Cox Technic …
Is a gentle, safe, evidence-based, hands-on, doctor-controlled treatment .
Is flexion-distraction, a treatment used by 63.7% of chiropractic physicians.
Is spinal decompression.
Decompression of spinal nerves that are mechanically pinched or chemically irritated.
Is spinal manipulation.
The “first line of care” for back pain relief according to the American Pain Society and American College of Physicians before drugs, imaging, epidural steroids, and back surgery.
Is a non-surgical alternative to back surgery.
Is goal-oriented relief within a specific timeframe.
Has nearly 50 years of collected research and clinical data behind it – from its developer, Dr. James M. Cox, and the many other physicians who’ve studied with him.
Federally funded research support from NIH, HRSA, Veterans’ Administration, etc.
Gives you the resources you need to participate fully and effectively in your care and restore your quality of life.
Is effective for a wide range of conditions brought on by simple sprains, herniated discs, and other causes.
Relieves post-surgical continued pain patients (aka failed back surgical syndrome patients) for many that they report an improved quality of life.
So trust Dr. Vince, a Certified Cox Technique physician and the only certified Cox Technique physician in all of Middletown Delaware who owns a Cox Technique table.