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Spinal Decompression Therapy Offers Hope for Back Pain
Date:6/16/2009

Los Angeles Spinal Decompression And Back Pain Specialist Discusses Alternative Back & Neck Pain Treatments On His Weekly Radio Program

LOS ANGELES, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Edward Martin, the director of the Los Angeles Spinal Decompression & Back Pain Clinic, discusses why spinal decompression treatments are effective on his weekly radio show. This is a new weekly radio program on Saturday evenings at 8 PM on KRLA (870 on AM Dial). Dr. Edward Martin, D.C. is the host of the show and he answers questions from his listeners on: back pain, sciatica, neck pain, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, whiplash, bulging disc and other spinal conditions. Dr. Martin brings his nineteen years of experience to his radio show and he enjoys helping his listeners find solutions for their painful spine conditions.

"Decompression therapy is gaining the attention of researchers around the country," states Martin. "This type of treatment is proving to be very effective for many back and neck conditions. The treatment requires very specialized therapy equipment which helps correct spinal abnormalities without surgery. Decompression equipment pulls on the spine at precise angles in order to help repair spinal conditions. In addition, thousands of patients throughout the world have eliminated their back pain and neck pain, as a result of spinal decompression treatments," says Dr. Martin. "For example, a herniated disc would be pulled back into its normal position, as this specialized therapy equipment gently tractions the spine in a specific manner. This newer type of treatment has also shown very good results for very difficult cases like: spinal stenosis, sciatica, whiplash, spondylolisthesis, bulging disc, herniated disc and other serious back and neck conditions," says Dr. Martin.

Furthermore, he mentions that, "people are searching for treatment methods that can help them avoid back surgery and neck surgery. Patient
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