Relief is in Hand at Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center!
Paramus chiropractors get how
terrible back pain can feel.
We know, too, that if you're like most back pain sufferers,
you've tried just about everything to not
suffer from it: bed rest, NSAIDS, epidural steroids,
therapy, maybe even surgery - whatever. But
there's something else we’re aware
of all too well: those treatments usually do not provide
the lasting relief you are looking for.
We’re here to help.
At Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center we deliver Paramus
residents a non-surgical chiropractic service program
that, based on clinical evidence, can relieve lower back pain
and help control it. It's called Cox Technic Flexion, Distraction, and
Decompression. And it might have you experiencing anywhere
from 50% to 100% - yes, possibly total! - pain relief in just 29 days and 12
At the end of Cox Technic treatment, 91%
of patients report pain alleviation. Paramus patients
also report having gained a clearer understanding of
the condition that causes back pain, which better helps them control it and prevent recurrences.
Please keep in mind, there may be no cure for back pain yet. But we at
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center have helped many Paramus residents get
relief. We’re concident you can experience the same, taking you back to an active lifestyle and keeping back pain away.
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Then, schedule an appointment
with Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center,
your Paramus chiropractic back pain specialist, to begin your path to back pain
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