New Study: Advance CBP for Fractured Vertebra
The chiropractic experts at Complete Spine Solutions have helped thousands of patients suffering from moderate to severe pain associated with degenerative diseases, post-traumatic injuries, and abnormal spinal deformities such as spondylolisthesis. Spondylolisthesis is a broken backbone in which part of the vertebra slips or shifts into an unnatural position. Most common in the lower back, this condition can also occur in the upper spine or neck, leaving the sufferer in severe pain. Those suffering from this condition can frequently experience symptoms such as:
- Loss of mobility
- Numbness or tingling
- Sore and weak muscles
- Poor circulation
Usually, a fractured vertebra is mechanically addressed through risky back surgery., with debilitating side effects. Alleviating pain with NSAIDs or opioids can lead to dependency on medications that increase health risks.
From a Broken Vertebra to a Half Marathon?
The greatest satisfaction is hearing about the successes of our patients following spinal corrective treatment. Today, we’re excited to share with you results that illustrate how the Advanced CBP technique can correct a spinal fracture without surgery and painkillers. Our patient was a 20-year-old athlete who suffered a fractured vertebra. After 3 months of a customized CBP protocol to naturally decrease the displacement of the bone, he comfortably and successfully ran a half marathon. Better yet, he reports feeling up to 95% better than he did before his customized chiropractic treatment at CSS. Our study is just one of many confirmations of how mirror gentle force adjustments, targeted exercises and mirror image traction can naturally alter and reshape the spine into a better, more stable position, for long-term health.
Consider a Spinal Doctor for Chronic Pain First
Unfortunately, surgery has become such a common “quick fix” for alleviating pain. Even worse, many doctors don’t mention that going under the scalpel can decrease the patient’s future quality of life: significant re-surgery rate, long rehabilitation, high probability of future spinal degeneration, etc. Surgery should always be the very last resort, especially when dealing with chronic pain, migraines, or lack of mobility.
Improve Your Quality of Life By Considering CBP Spinal Correction at either our Tucker Chiropractic office
If you know someone who is considering surgery to alleviate chronic pain, then consider sharing this video with them. Tell them that a broken back doesn’t mean it’s the end of reaching their personal or athletic goals. With advanced CBP treatment, you can return to backpacking the Appalachian Trail or other activities you once enjoyed. For those who don’t live near Tucker, no problem – we treat patients from out of town with our specially-designed intensive corrective protocol. The future of your health is worth it. What are you waiting for? Contact us now to schedule your free consultation.