Spine specialist, Dr. Robert Krause shares a story of a retired airline employee with severe disc degeneration. His patient shares his story of recovery with our listeners.
I initially sought Chiropractic are as a young college athlete. I was experiencing back and hip pain.I was born into a family of medical doctors so naturally this was the area that I first turned to. I quickly realized that a regimen of drugs and surgery were my only options available through that route. When I was finally introduced to Chiropractic, you can only imagine my relief and excitement. Not only did I get relief from my pain, but I had an increased overall feeling of well being.
After completing my undergraduate degree and fulfilling the Chiropractic College prerequisites, I was off to Logan College of Chiropractic.
The main reason I chose Logan College of Chiropractic was the quality of their instructors. Logan’s instructors were shared with Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, Missouri. The education was second to none. We had the unique opportunity of being instructed and taught by the most knowledgeable doctors in the field. Logan College not only had the most knowledgeable instructors in the field but had the most skilled and experienced Chiropractors to teach the art of Chiropractic manipulation.
Neurosurgeon, Dr. Arthur Jenkins explains an underdiagnosed cause of low back pain called Bertolotti Syndrome that could be symptomatic in 12% of the population.
Dr. Dean Greenwood of the Vancouver Spine Care Centre shares a story along with his patient about her severe back and leg pain. Dr. Greenwood discusses her condition and how she was treated with Cox Technic that got her remarkably better.
Dr. Greenwood has been practicing in Vancouver for the past 40 years and has quite an accomplished professional career.