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Dr. Michael Reiss is Helping to Reduce Neck and Back Pain in Las Vegas and is Now Welcoming New Patients
Date:12/8/2012

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 08, 2012

Dr. Michael Reiss of Southern Nevada Chiropractic in Las Vegas believes that invasive surgery and dangerous injections for neck and back pain should be the last option, after all other treatments have failed.

"Before you resort to back pain surgery that can have long recovery times, I strongly suggest that people give chiropractic care a try first," says Las Vegas chiropractor Dr. Michael Reiss. Dr. Reiss has treated thousands of patients in Las Vegas, Nevada for back pain, neck pain, whiplash and sciatica.

Many patients arrive to his clinic after two or three different treatment options that have not effectively reduced or eliminated the pain. "We get a lot of patients who were told by their family doctor that pain management or even surgery was their only option," says Dr. Reiss. "In many cases, we have been able to get these patients out of pain without the need for surgery or even expensive pain killers thus saving them a lot of time and money in medical expenses."

In many national health studies, chiropractic care has been shown to reduce common neck and back pain without the need for surgery or pain medications in a large percentage of cases. Dr. Reiss agrees that there will always be extreme cases of injury where surgery is probably the only alternative.

Dr. Reiss says, "People think chiropractic is something new. But it's not. Chiropractic care has been around since 1895… 117 years. In that time, Chiropractic care has helped countless neck and back pain sufferers and continues
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