North Royalton, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/27/2006 -- Finally, a solution for your chronic back pain. So says Dr. Patrick McCluskey, a chiropractor from North Royalton, OH who has treated 8,000 patients with back pain. "We get a lot of patients who were in chronic pain and told by their primary care physician that they really had no other option other than surgery. In many cases, we have been able to get these patients fully recovered and out of pain, without needles, drugs, or surgery. Needless to say, they're the ones very excited about chiropractic!"
Dr. Patrick McCluskey, who has been helping chronic back pain sufferers ever since he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport, IA) in 1989 says, "People think chiropractic is new. But it's not. Records show that spinal manipulation can be traced back to the time of Hippocrates. Studies show that 80% of the American population will suffer back pain at some point. So this is a big problem and chiropractic offers a solution that has been around for thousands of years."
Dr. McCluskey says that in recent years the medical community has embraced chiropractic because it offers treatment without the use of drugs or surgery. "In treating low back slipped discs, most experts agree that conservative care should be tried before surgery is considered. That's what chiropractic offers. It has a long history of effectively stopping back, neck, and shoulder pain yet doesn't require a trip to the hospital or recovery time."
Dr. Patrick McCluskey offers his first visit free of charge to anyone looking into chiropractic and how it might help them. "This way they can make an informed decision, and it doesn't cost them anything." Dr. Patrick McCluskey, D.C. is located at 9257 W Sprague Road, North Royalton, OH 44133. He can be reached by telephone at 440-884-0083 or reached through his website at: http://www.timberridgeclinic.com
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