Relief is in Hand at Executive Chiropractic of Iowa!
We get how overwhelming
back pain can be.
We know, too, that if you're like most back pain sufferers,
you've tried just about everything to be free of it: bed rest, NSAIDS, epidural steroids,
therapy, possibly even surgery - whatever. Yet we’re also aware that these treatments do
not always provide the lasting relief you need.
We can assist you.
At Executive Chiropractic of Iowa we deliver West Des Moines
residents a non-surgical chiropractic treatment program
that, based on clinical evidence, can alleviate lower back pain
and help control it. We call it the Cox Technic Felxion
Distraction, and Deompression. With this nationally used
technique you can experience anywhere from 50% to 100% - that’s right,
complete!- pain relief in 29 days and with just 12 chiropractic appointments!
At the end of Cox Technic treatment, 91%
of patients report pain alleviation. Additionally
West Des Moines patients report that they have a [[clearer|better|more
precise]40 understanding when it comes to the conditions that create
their back pain, which allows them to control and prevent recurrences.
aware, there may be no cure for back pain yet. But we at
Executive Chiropractic of Iowa have helped many West Des Moines residents find
relief. We’re sure you can experience the same, returning
you to an active lifestyle and keeping back pain away.
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Then, schedule an appointment
with Executive Chiropractic of Iowa,
your West Des Moines chiropractic back pain specialist, to begin your path to back pain
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