Chiropractic Treatment for
Chronic Lower Back Pain
Did you know that statistics reveal low back pain as the #1 complaint
over all diseases in the U.S.A?
There's another statistic, too. Once your back "goes out on you"
even one time, there's a 65% chance that it will happen again within
the next year or two. When that happens you will have a 100% chance
of experiencing a spectrum of chronic low back problems the rest of
are two important reasons for this. One is that the soft tissue, (mainly
ligaments), that are injured in low back sprains, pinched nerves, and
disc episodes etc, are replaced by a cheaper grade of tissue that is
less flexible and strong as the tissue you were born with during the
healing process. The second reason is the natural low back curve of
the spine, which maintains stability, isn't able to right itself and
so is set up half-out of position for the problem to happen again and
is a fast, easy method to completely change forever this pattern - even
if you're already arthritic with advanced degeneration in your spine
- to actually reverse this problem and get in control of your low-back
health. It takes just a couple of visits to assess and show you how
to safely and painlessly "fix your own" back.
me, I know this works. When I started using this method in my practice
almost twenty years ago, my chiropractic practice went down 75% in one
month. (You see, there is a self-help technique for the neck too.) And
I fixed my chronic episodes of "slipped disc" in my own back
and haven't had a problem since.
course, my business continues to flourish for doing the right thing
and I have recieved two more degrees in sports injuries to widen my
array of helping other patients' needs other than back problems. This
technique and reasons why it works will make perfect sense to you and
there is no risk in acquiring this knowledge. In other words, you have
nothing to lose in finding out if this technique will work for you.
By: Dr. Nancy North
11001 Spain NE, Ste C
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Spain and Juan Tabo
from any of
• TMJ (Jaw) Problems
• Neck Pain
• Back Pain
• Sore Ribs
• Shoulder Pain
• Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Wrist/Hand Pain
• Hip Pain
• Knee Dysfunction
• Ankle Pain
• Plantar Fascitis
• Foot Pain
• Heel Spurs
• Just need a tune-up?
• Want to learn how to fix your back yourself?