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What happens if you discontinue your care once you feel better?

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The Pain may return if you discontinue your care too soon!

if you discontinue your careWhat happens if you discontinue your care once you feel better? Well, for one thing, the pain may come back.  Feeling no Pain is not a sign of Good Health. There are conditions which the pain goes away very quickly, but the cause remains. One great example is a slipped disc. Far too many times, neck pain and back pain caused by a herniated disc disappear only to return. Often, when it comes back, the severity heightens. Thus, so the need for a holistic care. Holistic treatments are difficult to achieve especially if you discontinue your care too soon.

In our centers, we pride ourselves on our abilities of accurate diagnosis targeted holistic treatments of even challenging conditions. Our goals are to get rid of your pain, correct the underlying issues discovered during your assessments, improve and stabilize you holistically so that the pain never returns again. We want all our patients to achieve 100% recovery, and that is only possible when we get rid of the root cause of your condition. We have the highest success rate of recovery for degenerated discs, bulging discs, and herniated discs.

Our methods of care are proven, as such, we ask our patients to comply with their treatment regimens. Clinical success takes effort; we are readily available to help you. So, your compliance with the treatment plan is critical to your complete recovery. Thus, to avoid future recurrences or worsening of your condition, we ask you not to discontinue your care until completing the entire therapy program.

Thus, so we plead with all our current and potential patients to take measures, and keep with our recommendations.

Our job is to get your better, and we will not be able to do it without your help. Chiropractic Treatments at Chiropractic Specialty Centers are through a team effort: our Chiropractors, our physiotherapists, and our patients. We all have a role to play, and success comes when everyone involved keeps up with therapy plan and goals. There are no shortcuts. Believe us; we would have been the first to implement them. So, if you discontinue your care earlier than our recommendations, you may not recover fully. In fact, you will have a flare-up of your condition. Keep in mind that each flare-up damages tissues and nerves more. Please, help us, help you more by keeping with our recommended treatment plan.

Besides the fact that we‘ll miss you, you‘ll predispose yourself to a relapse. Symptoms are the last thing to show up, and the first thing to leave. Muscles and ligaments supporting the spine complete their healing after symptoms subside. We warn all our patients about how frequent a recurrence is when you don’t follow our treatment plan.

We have always encouraged our patients to finish their recommended treatments session for a full recovery. There are times that the pain subsides while the actual cause (problems) persists. This fact alone is sufficient reason we encourage all our patients to complete our recommended treatment program.

Far too many times patient return when they stop treatments prematurely. The same may happen to you if you discontinue your care too Soon.

Please take our advice. We are your helpers, and we have dedicated ourselves to make sure that you recover from the pain. If you discontinue your care too soon and if the pain returns, we can help.

The Chiropractors and physiotherapists of Chiropractic Specialty Centers work tirelessly to ensure patient recovery. Some of our patients suffer from knee problems while other have a shoulder or a slipped disc. Each condition and each patient are unique, requiring customized treatment plans and programs. The treatment plan establishes one goal, and that goal is to get our patient better as fast as possible.

Our goal is to make our patients happy. Happy patients are satisfied patients. We want nothing less than our patients’ satiation. In return we ask for ONLY one thing from our patient: Keep up with our recommendations if you want a full and complete recovery.

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