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New Therapies now available at Chicago Wellness Center
To get you out of Pain FAST!
 
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy and K-Laser Therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy is an effective alternative to back surgery and a wide range of spine related problems. It is completely non-invasive and highly effective for curing bulging discs, disc herniation, degenerative disc ailments, numbness, backache and sciatica. Non surgical spinal decompression completely rules out the risks associated with surgery and anesthesia. This innovative method is quick, painless, effective, safe, easy, and affordable. The therapy restores and cures the spine naturally!
 
K-Laser Therapy uses specific wavelenghts of light to create therapeutic effects. Laser energy increases circulation which creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasm, stiffness, and pain.
 
- K-Laser in the NY Yankees Training Room -

Michael Silbert, DC

141 Jackson Boulevard Suite A 20Chicago, IL 60604 USA

Office Phone (312) 939-3400 Office Fax (312) 939-4986

E-Mail: drmsilbert@aol.com

That Tingling Feeling
The foot is a remarkable mechanism and is as complex as any system in the body. Containing 26 bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, a complicated nerve supply; it isn't surprising that it is reported that 75% of Americans complain of foot problems each year.

Pain is a familiar symptom. What about a "Tingling Sensation" that doesn't hurt, but keeps recurring. We've heard people say: "Don't worry about it. Your foot's just asleep." That is a familiar sensation to us all. You cross your leg and then find that it has gone numb. The ensuing "pins and needles" sensation is referred to as "gone to sleep."



Alternative Route to Health
If you believe that the only road to good health is paved with pills, potions, and surgery, this is not the article for you. If your favorite part of watching TV is making a list of the new drugs you can ask your doctor or pharmacist about, stop reading right here.

If you are looking for a road where the foundation of good health is realized, read on. Educated individuals are disenchanted with the healthcare their parents knew. Simply seeing the medications their aging parents now take is enough to create concern. What they visualize is a future where one symptom is treated with a pill that creates another symptom without ever finding the cause of the first symptom. Add to this the terrifying statistics of deaths due to medical procedures and intelligent people just want something that is real health. They want different. They want BETTER.



Auto Accident Back Pain Years Later
With current legislation mandating the use of seat belts, an increased number of neck and back injuries have been reported when seat belts are used. While these injuries may be less significant than in unrestricted accidents, health care providers must address these potentially lifelong problems and not dismiss them as merely "Whiplash". Many cases of tension headache and Cervical Migraine may be the result of a neck injury that may have been forgotten or simply dismissed as trivial by the patient-according to a study published in Spine. In the article, Dr. MacNab reviewed 266 cases and found at least 45% continued to have symptoms 2 years following the settlement of court actions. Most people that are involved in "minor" rear-end collisions do not realize the potential for injury to the spine. If pain does not immediately ensue, the incident may be forgotten.


When Music Causes Pain
Except for hard rock played at ear-splitting volume, it is hard to imagine music causing pain. Well, it is hard for the music listener to imagine pain, but ask a musician and you may get a different, fairly specific answer.



Relief from Neck Pain