Newtown Square, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/02/2015 -- Those who spend lengthy periods standing or lifting material at work can attest to the beating their backs take every day. For many, their livelihood depends upon the back being able to get them through a grueling day. Unfortunately, back pain can limit mobility and strength leading to a drop in production or to them taking time off to reduce the pain. If left unattended, it can lead to a variety of severe problems, such as disc herniation and Lumbar strain, resulting in further losses. To get everyone back to their full potential, Dr. David Nadler and Associates is now offering lower back pain therapy.
As a leader in advanced chiropractic services in Philadelphia, Dr. Nadler can help reduce chronic back pain and get patients on the road to living a pain-free life. With recent studies showing that spinal decompression offers greater results than medication, many are now making appointments with chiropractors. The treatment creates negative pressure on the spinal discs that encourages repositioning and retraction. The change in pressure will promote healing as it allows the body to send more nutrients and blood to the area.
During the treatment, the patient's waist is strapped to the lower half of a motorized table while their upper body rests on a fixed section. Once in place, the bottom of the table will slide back and forth, gently stretching the spine. For optimum results, it is recommended the patient comes to the office for at least 15 sessions over the span of four to six weeks. Each session will last around 30 minutes and may be followed up with cold and heat therapy or electric stimulation.
Spinal decompression treatment offers one of the safest and most effective options for reducing lower back pain. Those interested in meeting with chiropractic physician in Philadelphia to see if the treatment is right for them can make an appointment by calling 877-DOC-NECK or visiting their website.
About Dr. Nadler
For effective chiropractic care in Philadelphia, Dr. Nadler feels that education is the basic foundation for any health care practitioner and he has continued learning better ways to prevent and heal, keeping care on the cutting edge of technology and treatments. Dr. Nadler received his Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic and received his Post Doctorate in Chiropractic Neurology from Cleveland Chiropractic College. He is a Diplomate from the American Academy of Pain management he is also a member of various associations including the International Society of Medical Shock Wave Therapy, Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the American College of Sports Medicine.
For more information, visit http://www.drdnadler.com/