17080 Hwy 3
Webster, Texas 77598
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Spinal Decompression Therapy (DTS)
Spinal decompression therapy (DTS) has been the #1 treatment of choice for the conservative treatment of spinal pain associated with bulging/herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica (pain in the legs) and spinal stenosis. Anyone who has back, neck, arm or leg pain caused by a degenerated or damaged disc can be helped with this breakthrough technology.
Decompression therapy (DTS) is an FDA-registered method of relieving pain and disability by repairing damaged spinal discs and reversing nerve degradation. Following examination by the doctor, a computer-controlled device gently distracts (pulls very slightly apart) your spinal discs. This decompression of the discs lets oxygen and blood flow into affected areas to speed up healing and relieve pain.
Spinal decompression therapy (DTS), which has garnered considerable attention in recent years is a non-surgical treatment for low-back pain and pain in the leg, neck or arm that works by reducing loading of the spine.
The Neuropathy Relief Center is pleased to announce a BRAND NEW APPROACH to the Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy.
New Understandings in the Field of Peripheral Neuropathy are now Providing New Hope to those who suffer with the Agony and Misery of this Disease.
If you’re someone who deals with the misery and agony of peripheral sensory neuropathy; the ongoing soreness, numbness, burning, stinging, tingling, tightness, pain and distress of this very aggravating condition; the feeling of walking on pins and needles or ground up glass, or have the sensations of little bugs crawling all over you when none are actually there, or are a family member of someone who does, this report may be one of the most worthwhile reports you’ve ever read; To read this report please follow this link.
There is some NEW AND VERY EXCITING NEWS IN THE FIELD OF NEUROPATHY TREATMENT that may very well provide you with the help of which you’ve been searching for so long!
Until now one of the most discouraging conditions for patients and doctors alike, has been an inability to help most people in any significant way with the challenges of peripheral neuropathy, primarily because it’s a disease that’s mostly eluded the understanding of science. We’re very pleased to report to you – times are changing.