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  • Results were great! Dr. Provider name locked. , is patient, professional and very caring and the adjustments worked wonders. In the case of the rotator cuff, I had been told by other doctors and orthopedic surgeon that my rotator cuff was badly torn and surgery was the only option. A few treatments from Dr. Provider name locked. & I, rapidly healed. Have had full function, no pain for 2 years now and no surgery was required.
    - Michael E.
  • My xrays showed that one leg was 1/4 inch shorter than the other and there was a corresponding tilt to my pelvis when sitting. From the x-rays and observing how I walked he calculated the ultimate adjustments required and then begin a staged treatment in 10-12 day intervals to gradually raise the orthotics to the target amount. Even a 1/4 inch adjustment cannot be made in one step (too painful) and requires several steps, depending on how well you adjust.  My treatment series took about 10 weeks. Each session he spends about 30 minutes of manipulation to help the muscles adjust to the change in height adjustment. His orthotics are custom made to adjust for arch and tilt forwards/backwards and side to side. I had had back pain off and on for most of my life.  I have had the orthotics now for about 4 years and no reoccurrence of the chronic back pain I had before. He accepts some insurance (not medicare) and the orthotics can run a few hundred, which may also be covered by some insurance. However the long term relief this or much more.  He also has a training center to train other doctors in his approach.
    - Don B.
  • He is really helping me. I had other pain management doctors before I moved here and they just sent me bills and that was it. He's trying to help me get better and get me off some of the pills. I really appreciate that. He is not just handing me a prescription and trying to get me out of the office. He is trying to figure out where the pain is coming from and why. He sits and talks to me. He cares about what my problem is. His staff is wonderful. They remember me and they care about what is going on with me. I am disabled and his staff helped me decide which insurance I needed to change to this year because I didn't care for the insurance that I had. They were very helpful. Sometimes he is in surgery so I have to wait.
    - Diane M.
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