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Back Pain Treatment with Spinal Decompression in San Francisco

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Spinal Decompression Therapy SF

We have been providing treatment for back pain in downtown San Francisco for over 22 years now.

About 10 years ago we began to include nonsurgical spinal decompression with the DRX9000 into the mix. The results have been outstanding.

Spinal decompression can help avoid surgery by repairing herniated and lumbar disc naturally. This is possible because decompression systems are designed and built to elongate the spine, enlarge the disc spaces and re-position the injured spinal disc into a more normal position away from the spinal nerve roots and spinal cord.

Decompression therapy is NOT  “magic bullet”. In fact, it takes quite a bit of effort by both the patient and doctor to achieve a favorable outcome.

Te typical course of spinal decompression therapy is 20 sessions over a 6 week period. There is extensive home care, dietary recommendations, and lifestyle modifications. The patients that do the most achieve the best results.

Disc decompression to the lumbar spine for the most part is painless and a majority of our patients actually fall asleep during treatments. Sometimes there can be soreness and if there is it is usually bearable and not extreme. Though moderate to sever discomfort is possible…just not likely.

To find out if you are a candidate for nonsurgical spinal decompression in San Francisco please call 415-392-2225. Ask for a complimentary consultation and tour of the DRX9000.

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Cervical Disc Treatment in San Francisco

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Cervical Disc Treatment in San Francisco, CA 94111

We have been providing cervical disc treatment in San Francisco for over 22 years now in the Financial District.

Cervical Disc Treatment has evolved over the years to the point where neck surgery is not the primary option. Nonsurgical options for cervical disc treatment such as chiropractic, physical therapy, and now nonsurgical spinal decompression are mostly successful when it comes to herniated disc treatment.

For our first 10 years in practice we would use a combination of chiropractic, massage, exercise, and traction to treat herniated discs in the neck. About 10 years ago we began to incorporate cervical spinal decompression with the DRX9000c into our treatment protocols. The results have been outstanding.

Cervical decompression systems such as the DRX9000c are designed and built to treat cervical disc herniations non-surgically. The do this by isolating on a specific herniated disc, say at C6-7 and doing the following:

  • Enlarging the disc space.
  • Elongating the spine.
  • Strengthening the spinal muscles, ligaments and tendons.
  • Re-positioning the injured cervical disc away from the nerves and spinal cord.
  • Re-hydrating the cervical disc.

What this means is that cervical disc treatment with spinal decompression is often able to help disc patients avoid risky neck surgeries. And the results for the most part are permanent but may require ongoing maintenance.

To find out if you are a candidate for 100% natural cervical disc treatment in San Francisco with chiropractic or spinal decompression, please call 415-392-2225 and ask for a complimentary consultation. 

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Low Back Surgery or Chiropractic? Study Results

Low Back Pain Treatment in SF

Low Back Pain Treatment in SF

We have been providing treatment for low back pain in San Francisco for over 20 years.

Low back pain (LBP) is the second most common cause of disability in the United States (US) and a very common reason for lost days at work with an estimated 149 million days of work lost per year. The total cost associated with this is astronomical at between $100-200 billion/yr, of which 2/3rds are due to decreased wages and productivity. More than 80% of the population will have an episode of LBP at some point in their lifetime. The good news is that 95% recover within two to three months of onset. However, some never recover which leads to chronic LBP (LBP > 3 months), and 20-44% will have a recurrence of LBP within one year with lifetime recurrences of up to 85%! What this means is that most of us have, have had, or will have LBP, and we’ll get it again! So the question is, what are we going to do about it?

 

            Surgery has traditionally been considered a “last resort” with less invasive approaches recommended first. Chiropractic adjustments and management strategies have traditionally faired very well when compared to other non-surgical methods like physical therapy, acupuncture, and massage therapy. But, is there evidence that by receiving chiropractic treatment, low back surgery can be avoided? Let’s take a look!

 

            A recent study was designed to determine whether or not we could predict those who would require low back surgery within three years of a job-related back injury. This is a very important study as back injuries are the most common occupational injury in the US, and few studies have investigated what, if any, early predictors of future spine surgery after work-related injury exist. The study reviewed cases of 1,885 Washington state workers, of which 174 or 9.2% had low back surgery within three years. The initial predictors of surgery included high disability scores on questionnaires, greater injury severity, and seeing a surgeon as the first provider after the injury. Reduced odds of having surgery included: 1) <35 years old; 2) Females; 3) Hispanics; and 4) those who FIRST saw a chiropractor. Approximately 43% of workers who first saw a surgeon had surgery compared to ONLY 1.5% of those who first saw a chiropractor! WOW!!! This study supports the FACT that IF a low back injured worker first sees a chiropractor vs. a surgeon, the likelihood of needing surgery in the three years after the injury would be DRAMATICALLY reduced! In fact, the strongest predictor of whether an injured worker would undergo surgery was found to be related to who they saw first after the injury: a surgeon or a chiropractor.

           

If this isn’t enough evidence, another recent study (University of British Columbia) looked at the safety of spine surgery and reported that (taken from a group of 942 LBP surgical patients): 1) 87% had at least one documented complication; 2) 39% of the 87% had to stay longer in the hospital as a result; 3) 10.5% had a complication during the surgery; 4) 73.5% had a post-surgical complication (which included: 8% delirium, 7% pneumonia, 5% nerve pain, 4.5% had difficulty swallowing, 3% nerve deterioration, 13.5% wound complication); 5) 14 people died as a surgical complication. Another study showed lower annual healthcare costs for those receiving chiropractic vs. those who did not. The “take-home” message is clear: TRY CHIROPRACTIC FIRST!!!

 

            We realize you have a choice in who you choose to provide your healthcare services.  If you, a friend or family member requires care for low back pain, we sincerely appreciate the trust and confidence shown by choosing our services and look forward in serving you and your family both presently and in the future.

To schedule an appointment for low back pain treatment in downtown San Francisco please call 415-392-2225. Mention this blog post for a complimentary consultation.

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I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Herniated Disc Symptoms and Treatment


Herniated disc san franciscoWe have been offering natural solutions for cervical and lumbar disc herniations in San Francisco for over 20 years now.

The spinal disc is a fibrous elastic cushion that sits between the bones of the spine. The spinal disc has two primary functions, to give the spine flexibility and to hold the bone above and the bone below together acting as a "ligament". Ligaments hold bones together. 

The spinal disc when healthy also helps creates a nice opening between the bones for the spinal nerves to exit, which travel, split, and eventually connect to all body parts controlling their functions.

With age, the spinal discs become less elastic and more rigid which predisposes them to injury and rupture (disc herniation). A trauma at any age can cause a disc herniation but for the most part they develop slowly over time.

Depending on the lifestyle choices you make, including your physical  activity level, diet, stress, body-weight, habits (smoking and drinking), work environment, sports injuries, car accidents, etc., you may be more prone to disc herniations than others.

A little known fact is that many of us have disc herniations and don't even know it and never will. That's right…we will live and die with them and they never bothered us.

Not all disc herniations cause symptoms. And, those that do cause symptoms such as neck pain, arm and hand pain, low back pain and sciatica do not usually require surgery. In fact, chiropractic care can more often than not help people with a herniated disc in the neck or back return to more normal lives.

For those people that have disc bulges (a less severe form of a herniation) or disc herniations that have symptoms that do not respond to conventional chiropractic care or physical therapy there is always nonsurgical spinal decompression with the DRX9000. The DRX9000 is a computerized machine specifically designed and built to treat disc herniations without surgery. We have one at our San Francisco Chiropractic and Spinal Decompression Clinic.

We also incorporate deep tissue laser therapy into the mix with difficult to treat disc patients to help control the pain and inflammation in the beginning. Disc decompression therapy takes 20-24 one hour sessions and is not covered by insurance. Success rates are very high.

So, there you go. Sure, a herniated disc can seem like a nightmare. It can also seem like there are no other options but cortisone injections or back or neck surgery. But that simply is not true because gentle chiropractic and spinal decompression will help the majority of all cases. if chiropractic or decompression fail to deliver you are still whole and can try other treatment options including surgery.

But just know…If you have back or neck surgery and there is any type of fusion involved you will be permanently excluded from ever being able to try spinal decompression. Try it first if you qualify…it's the smart thing to do!

To schedule an appointment to see if you qualify for herniated disc treatment in San Francisco please call 415-392-2225. Mention this blog post for a complimentary consultation and spinal decompression tour.

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Is it Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Something Else?


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Tunnel SYMPTOMS are a common group of complaints presented to chiropractic offices. Symptoms like arm pain, wrist and hand pain, elbow pain, night pain in the hand, weakness, loss of grip strength, numbness, tingling, loss of normal sensations in the arm and hands, and even neck pain.

Sometimes these symptoms are the result of true Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and sometimes they aren’t. It’s our job to figure out the cause.


Usually, patients with CTS symptoms wait for weeks, months, or even years before seeking care,
thus making management more challenging. The history of the “classic” CTS
patient includes a mild, sporadic onset that gradually becomes more frequent
and intense. This usually leads to continued problems that start to affect
other areas proximal to the hand, such as the elbow, shoulder and/or neck. We
usually find that people will compensate during their activities, and instead
of moving the wrist and hand to perform a task, they will start to move their
elbow and shoulder more to avoid irritating movements of the hand/wrist. Over
time, overloading the muscles in these areas can lead to one or more conditions
commonly referred to as “cumulative trauma disorder” (CTD), which includes many
diagnoses including (but not limited to) tendonitis of the thumb (de Quervain’s
Disease), ganglion cysts, tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s or
bowler’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), cubital tunnel syndrome (ulnar nerve
pinch at the medial elbow), tunnel of Guyon syndrome (ulnar nerve pinch at the
wrist), shoulder tendonitis (biceps, rotator cuff), thoracic outlet syndrome
(pinched nerve at the shoulder), and / or neck strain, neck herniated disk,
pinched nerve, and/or headaches. Many times, these conditions co-exist if the
patient has really abused themselves (such as music majors who may practice
playing their instrument for 4-5 hours a day) to a point where they are REALLY
injured in multiple areas.

            Limiting this discussion to pinched
nerves in the neck and upper limb, the question often arises, “…how do you know
where the nerve is pinched?” The answer centers around determining an accurate
history to find out  EXACTLY where the
patient feels numbness, tingling, weakness, and/or pain as each nerve
innervates a different area. For example, if a patient says, “…I feel numbness
in my 4th and 5th finger,” this tells us that the ulnar nerve is pinched (as
opposed to numbness in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th fingers which suggests median nerve
pinch — more classic of CTS). If the patient says the numbness affects the arm
from the elbow down to the 4th and 5th finger, this suggests cubital tunnel
syndrome (ulnar nerve pinch at the medial elbow). If the numbness affects the
person from the shoulder to the 4th and 5th finger, thoracic outlet syndrome
becomes a probable diagnosis. And lastly, if the neck, shoulder, arm and hand
(on the pinky side) are numb, we are suspicious of a pinched nerve in the neck.

            Then, we confirm our suspicions with
a more detailed physical examination. Here, we test for compression of a nerve
at the neck by positioning the head in a backwards, rotated position and
holding it for about 10 seconds to see if the numbness is reproduced. We can
also manually (with our hands/fingers) compress the various nerve pathways to
see if numbness occurs at the front of the neck, the shoulder under the collar
bone, at the elbow and wrist counting the seconds to time the onset of numbness
and mapping the numbness location. Placing the shoulder, elbow, and wrist in
different positions can pinch the nerve as well, and mapping the location of
the numbness tells us where and to what degree the nerve is pinched.

We will
also perform a neurological exam testing reflexes and strength, as well as
sensory function using a sharp object. A special test called an EMG/NCV
(electromyography and nerve conduction velocity) can be obtained to further
verify the location and degree of nerve pinching and damage. At our San Francisco Back, Neck, and Wrist Pain Center we first try conservative treatment before ordering nerve tests or MRI.

            The advantage of chiropractic
management is that we will treat EVERY LOCATION that may be contributing to the
CTS symptoms, whether the pinch is in the neck, shoulder, elbow and/or wrist.
Managing the WHOLE PERSON, not just the wrist or CTS is KEY to a successful
outcome. And we can do this in a very short period of time. We can adjust from the neck to finger tips on both sides in a matter of minutes. We also have tools such as deep tissue laser therapy that can help speed the healing process as well as advanced soft tissue treatments such as Graston Technique.

            We realize you have a choice in who
you consider for your health care provision and we sincerely appreciate your trust
in choosing our service for those needs.
If you, a friend or family member require care for CTS, we would be
honored to render our services.

To schedule an appointment with a carpal tunnel doctor in San Francisco please call 415-392-2225 and ask for a complimentary consultation.

 

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Study: Torn Knee Ligaments Heal Without Surgery

 


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If you suffer with low back pain, you are about
to discover some very important information about potential causes and
treatments.  But first, researchers have
discovered something very important you should know about "anterior cruciate
ligament" (ACL) injuries…

The ACL is one of the major supporting ligaments
of the knee.  You may or may not know,
but one of the most feared injuries an athlete (or anyone else) can suffer from
is a torn ACL.

When it is
torn, the knee is usually left unstable. 
In other words, the ACL ligament helps keep the bones of the knee joint
together.  When there is a tear, the
bones can actually separate or dislocate. 
This can happen when an athlete or person lands from a jump, tries to
stop or attempts to change directions suddenly. 
Sometimes, the knee will just “give out” without warning while simply
walking.

When a knee
is injured, an MRI is often used to help diagnose the problem.  If the MRI shows a torn ACL, it has been
common practice for most doctors to recommend surgery to replace the ACL with
either a cadaver ACL or one made from the person’s own patellar tendon, or
Hamstring tendon.

This is
MAJOR surgery with extensive and lengthy rehabilitation.  Even an athlete in his or her physical prime
may not be able to resume their sport for a minimum of six months.

Surgery for
a torn ACL has been the common treatment because it was believed that once an
ACL was torn, it could not heal.  Now
researchers say this is not true.

In fact, in
a study that appeared online before its publication in the journal Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy, researchers at the
Hospital for Special Surgery in New
York found that surgery shouldn’t be the first option
for some cases. They found solid evidence that the ACL can, in fact, heal
itself WITHOUT surgery. 

According to
Robert Marx, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in the Sports
Medicine and Shoulder Service at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), Some patients who tear their ACL while skiing can get away
without surgery.  Their ligament heals by
itself, they will have stable knees, and they will be able to do whatever they
want, including skiing. It is a huge deal to avoid surgery.”

Dr. Marx
also stated that patients who tear their ACL during recreational skiing should
not rush into surgery.  They should wait
6-12 weeks and be re-evaluated unless there is another obvious reason for
surgery.

The study
found two orthopedic tests that should be performed by a skilled physician to
determine if the patient will need surgery or if the ACL can heal without it.

These two
tests are “Lachman” and “pivot shift test.” 
These tests assess the integrity of the ACL, and if these two tests are
negative, a good outcome and normal knee anterior laxity at more than 2 years
after the injury is expected… without surgery.

A quick and
important side note about this study:  It
was performed on recreational Alpine skiers. 
Researchers noted that ACL tears from skiing are often less traumatic
than other sports.  For example, the
level of knee injury can be much greater in football or soccer.

This does
not mean that an ACL tear from these sports cannot heal without surgery; it
means THIS PARTICULAR STUDY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.  Of course, not all ACL tears in football,
soccer, and similar sports are super traumatic. 
The answer is to have your knee examined by a qualified and skilled
physician who is up-to-date on the research and will assess your knee and give
you the best recommendation for your individual case.

What Does
All This Have To Do With Back Pain?

A lot,
actually.  There are two very big take
home messages from the information above.

First,
doctors are not always right.  The best
doctors use the best and most current research in an attempt to give the
patient the best recommendations and treatments possible.

That is, of
course, limited to the current research. 
No matter what some people think, science (and research) is not
magic.  It does not have all the answers,
especially when it comes to the complexities of the human body.

The ability
of the ACL to heal itself is a great example, but it is not the only one.

The body is
truly amazing, and one of the most amazing things is its incomprehensible
ability to heal itself.

Often, this
means doing less, not more. This is one of the most difficult things for
injured or sick people to understand.

When sick or
injured, many people believe something must be done or the more treatment, the
better.  In reality, in many cases, the
less the doctor does and the quicker he or she gets out of the way, the better.

This Is Often The Best Option

For Back And Neck Pain

Many
Chiropractors are proud that their treatments help back and neck pain.  This, however, is not true.  If you understand how the body works and its
amazing ability to heal itself, you will also understand that the reason why
some Chiropractors have so much success with back and neck pain is because they
simply do as little as possible and then get out of the way and let the body do
its magic.

They
understand that their “treatments” do not get rid of pain.  Their “treatments” simply remove a roadblock
or roadblocks the body had to healing itself.

That’s why
they will recommend the LEAST treatments possible and re-evaluate.  Their goal is to get you out of pain and out
of their office as fast as possible… not commit you to huge and expensive
treatment plans that last months or even years.

Of course,
some patients have more serious causes of back or neck pain and need more
care.  Every case is individual and
should be approached that way.  But the
results can be incredible if your Chiropractor simply removes the roadblock,
steps aside, and lets the REAL healer take over.

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There are also modern technologies to speed up soft tissue healing and recovery such as deep tissue laser therapy and nonsurgical spinal decompression.

To find out if you are a candidate for care at our San Francisco Chiropractic Clinic please call 415-392-2225

 

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Spinal Decompression Review: San Francisco

Our San Francisco Spinal Decompression “Patient of the Week” is David Lehman. Several years back David presented to our clinic with severe debilitating low back pain and sciatica. David was unable to walk without using a cane or walker. He did not want back surgery. Well, David has been pain free since he finished his spinal decompression therapy with the DRX9000. David now comes in once per month for maintenance care and his cane and walker are in his garage. Check-out his video review of us.

Spinal Decompression Review

To schedule an appointment with one of our spinal decompression doctors in San Francisco call 415-392-2225. Mention this blog post for a complimentary consultation and clinic tour.

Serving Zip Code 94111 and surrounding areas for over 20 years

Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Surgery or Chiropractic?

Carpal tunnel syndrome treatment san franciscoCarpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a very common problem. The American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) reported that in 2007, there were 330,000 carpal tunnel release surgeries performed. The main reason to have the surgery is to “open up” the tunnel. That is, the transverse carpal ligament or “floor” of the tunnel is released so the contents inside the tunnel are able to move more freely, reducing the pressure inside the tunnel. Essentially, this is the goal of any treatment (surgical or not): improving the depth of the tunnel, thus reducing the pressure from inside the tunnel allowing the tendons to slide better as the muscles on the palm-side forearm contract to move the nine tendons that pass through the tunnel and attach to the fingers and thumb. However, there are non-surgical methods (such as chiropractic) for reducing the pressure within the tunnel that should be first attempted as surgery is always reported to be the “…last resort” for good reason. There can be surgical complications, the effects may be only partial, and there is an average of 30% grip strength loss following the transverse ligament surgical release. Also, a primary crush site of the nerve roots in the neck should be rules out before surgery. So, the question is, how can chiropractic approaches reduce the pressure inside the carpal tunnel without somehow changing the length of the transverse carpal ligament?

Carpal tunnel chiropractic or surgery

            The roof of the tunnel is made up of two rows of four bones for a total of eight carpal bones that arch over the nine tendons that pass through the tunnel. The height of the tunnel is dependant on the position of those eight bones, especially three of the eight bones that make up the proximal row at the top of the cave. These are technically the lunate (located at the peak of the roof which tends to drop down lowering the roof of the tunnel), the scaphoid (located on the thumb side of the roof), and the triquetrum (located on the pinky side of the roof). The latter two bones tend to shift up and out and when the middle bone drops down, the tunnel flattens making the space tighter or smaller. This is how chiropractic adjustments of the wrist help. There are specific techniques we use to reposition the lunate and outer two bones that shift up and out. In addition, we can either tape or use an elastic wristband to hold the tunnel “open” after the adjustment.

Note: Not all chiropractors are carpal tunnel experts. Please make sure to do your homework and find out if the chiropractor is proficient in neck, arm, and wrist adjustments.

            The use of a night splint to keep the wrist in a straight or slightly “cocked-up” position is also highly beneficial as the pressure inside the tunnel goes up as much as 6-8x when CTS is present when the wrist bends to the end points of upward or downward bending. Also, we will treat all the possible points of possible compression including the neck, shoulder, elbow, forearm and wrist which ALWAYS gets better results than treating only the carpal tunnel.

            We realize you have a choice in who you consider for your health care provision and we sincerely appreciate your trust in choosing our service for those needs.  If you, a friend or family member require care for CTS, we would be honored to render our services.

To schedule an appointment with a carpal tunnel doctor in San Francisco…please call 415-392-2225. Mention this blog post for a complimentary consultation.

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Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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San Francisco Spinal Decompression Review: Cervical

Executive Express Chiropractic "Patient of the Week" is Alex Alvaro. Alex was told by an orthopedic surgeon he needed surgical decompression for a large herniated disc in his neck. Alex found our spinal decompression clinic in San Francisco while here on extended work stay from Hong Kong. Alex reports he is now pain free and his neck pain is gone. Life is returning to normal thanks to spinal decompression treatment with the DRX9000c. Thanks for sharing Alex :-)

San Francisco Spinal Decompression Review

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Eben Davis

I am a Chiropractor in the San Francisco Financial District specializing in chronic neck, arm and hand pain. I also treat herniated discs using spinal decompression, whiplash, sports injuries, headaches, and Fibromyalgia. My clinic is certified in the use of Deep Tissue Laser Therapy with the LiteCure LCT-1000 for conditions such as shoulder pain, TMJ and Plantar Fasciitis. I have been in practice for over 20 years.

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