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We hope you enjoy these articles by Dr. Brown on a wide range of health-related topics.

Free Cold Laser treatment: Try it for pain relief

We continue to be  impressed with the results  of cold laser therapy.  Also known as low level laser therapy, the laser uses red and near infrared monochromatic light to stimulate the body’s healing process.  The laser does not irritate the skin and is very comfortable.  Each treatment lasts just a few minutes.  Our laser has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an effective method for pain relief.

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The laser can treat both acute and chronic conditions, such as knee pain, shoulder pain, ankle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, back pain, plantar fasciitis, elbow pain, foot and toe pain,and various sports injuries.

We are offering a completely complementary initial treatment to see if this state-of-the-art treatment is right for you. You can talk to Dr. Brown about your pain and receive a free cold laser treatment.  You don’t have to be a chiropractic patient and there are no requirements for buying any additional treatments.   Call for an appointment (271-0001).

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Fun with Statistics about Chiropractic

There are 77,000 Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) in the Unit­ed States who are required to pass a series of four national board exams and be state licensed.

It is estimated that DCs treat over 27 million Americans (adults and children) annually.

DCs are educated in nationally accredited, four-year doc­toral graduate school programs through a curriculum that includes a minimum of  4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory and clinical internship, with the average DC program equivalent in classroom hours to allopathic  (MD) and osteopathic (DO) medical schools.

DCs are utilized by all 32 National Football League teams in optimizing the functionality, endurance and overall con­ditioning of professional football players in the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal strain injuries, including neck pain, low back- pain, strains to hamstrings and quadriceps, and whiplash injuries.

Chiropractic care has  an excellent safety record. This should be viewed in the context of other treatments for back pain such as steroids, pain medications, and surgery.  As a result, DCs pay malpractice insurance premiums at significantly lower rates than MDs.

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