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Ferndale Michigan Clinic offers Spinal Decompression Therapy

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Ferndale Michigan Clinic offers an FDA approved spinal decompression therapy that may help back pain sufferers avoid surgery.

Ferndale, United States – June 6, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Many people suffer from back pain and after trying almost everything to relieve their pain, they usually turn to back surgery as a last ditch effort to try and get some relief.

The problems with back surgery however, are that it’s very costly, uncomfortable, invasive, has long recovery times, and still doesn’t always work.

The good news is, there is a non-surgical alternative to back surgery that has an excellent success rate and costs a fraction of the price for back surgery.

That alternative is called Decompression Therapy, or Spinal Decompression. It is designed to treat people who experience moderate to severe back pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, disc herniation’s, and chronic back issues.

Working with fellow chiropractor Dr. Chris Mcneil, Dr. Pete Andersen runs a Ferndale chiropractic clinic and is fully trained and certified in non-surgical decompression therapy.

Their Ferndale chiropractic clinic offers a free, no-risk free consultation to see if Decompression Therapy can help people get rid of their pain and get their life back.

If Decompression is chosen for treatment, it typically begins with a series of sessions that are usually done between 2 and 3 times per week. Each session is short, lasting only around 10-12 minutes each.

Decompression Therapy is an FDA approved non-surgical treatment solution that won’t cost patients a fortune like back surgery can. Statistics show that spinal decompression therapy is very effective for long-term pain relief. In fact, recent studies have shown that as many as 92% of the patients who qualify for spinal decompression treatment achieve satisfactory results, and 86% of the patients who completed the treatment reported total resolution of symptoms.

For patients that are tired of having back pain and are possibly considering costly and uncomfortable back surgery, they owe it to themselves to at least come in and get a free consultation and see if non-surgical Decompression Therapy can help them get rid of their pain at a fraction of the cost of surgery, says Dr. McNeil.

To receive free consultation from one of their certified Decompression expert Doctors, please call the Ferndale Chiropractic Clinic office at: 248-291-6873

For more information about us, please visit http://www.metrodetroitdecompression.com/

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