Coachella Valley Back Pain Relief Spinal Injury Chiropractor Treatments Launched

The Spinal Injury Center has launched a new treatment service for degenerative disc issues. They also provide spinal decompression throughout La Quinta, Palm Desert and Indio, CA.

Indio, United States - September 16, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

The Spinal Injury Center have announced that they provide specialized treatment for disc degeneration and spinal decompression to their patients. The Indio, CA chiropractor offers a full range of chiropractic services, with the aim of providing effective pain relief for patients.

For more information, please visit the website here: https://www.myspinalinjurycenter.com

The Spinal Injury Center are chiropractic experts serving the Coachella Valley, California areas of LA Quinta, Palm Desert and Indio. Their staff are dedicated to offering their patients the latest in technology for chiropractic treatments and equipment for all manner of issues, with special emphasis on spinal care.

Dr Marco Cazares is the top expert in the local area for treating degenerative disc disease and spinal decompression therapy. He has over 25 years of experience in his field and explains that he can offer solutions when other treatments have failed.

Degenerative disc disease or disorder is a result of downward pressure and age on the discs between the vertebrae in the spine. The discs lose height and deteriorate leaving the patient experiencing symptoms such as pain, tingling and weakness.

Degenerative disc disease can be treated with chiropractic care, which is non-invasive and relieves pain in the neck and back. Dr Cazares offers spinal rejuvenation treatments, such as spinal decompression, to his patients suffering from this condition with excellent results.

Spinal decompression is a natural therapy that does not require the patient to take medication or have surgery to be effective. It treats conditions such as the aforementioned degenerative disc disease, as well as sciatica, herniated discs, worn spinal joints, injured nerve roots and general neck and back pain.

The Indio chiropractic center uses the most advanced spinal robotic decompression table to relieve the patient’s spinal pressure by moving the spine. By stretching and relaxing the spine, its position and force changes, helping to relieve pain. The treatment aims to help bulging discs to pull back into place and improves the nutrient passage to the disc.

More information can be found here https://www.myspinalinjurycenter.com/spinal-decompression-indio/

Spinal decompression can be fine-tuned and customized to each individual patient and their therapy needs. A session typically lasts 45 minutes and the course of treatment lasts around four to six weeks.

Those wishing to find out more about the Indio, CA based Spinal Injury Center and its spinal decompression therapy and degenerative disc disease treatment can use the URL provided above. They can also be contacted at: (760) 863-5955.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Marco Cazares
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Organization: Spinal Injury Center
Address: 81765 California 111, Indio, CA 92201, United States
Phone: +1-760-863-5955
Website: https://www.myspinalinjurycenter.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88977128

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