Louisville, KY (PressExposure) June 08, 2013 -- Using computerized chiropractic tools, Dr. Graham of Graham Chiropractic has treated Mr. Barnes for pain in his lower back that has been hampering him for years. Initially, Mr. Barnes took Lortabs and even had multiple epidural shots. Still he found no relief.
Two years ago his neurosurgeon performed back surgery on him. "Initially, Barnes reported, it felt much better, but four months later the leg pain returned.".
The surgeon recommended another surgery, but Mr. Barnes was not real excited about going through a second surgery. He began epidural shots again, but the pain kept persisting. Barnes reports, "I had to have someone drive me around because I could not sit for more than a few minutes. I had to retire early, because I was concerned that the sitting would just make it even worse."
"I called Dr. Graham in Louisville, because I knew he focused on pinched nerves. It was just a week or two into the computerized chiropractic adjustments that I started to notice my leg pain was diminishing. A week or two later, I was getting back to normal again. I even drove to Columbus, Ohio and down to Tennessee. And now I feel like I have not felt in years!"
"Going to Dr. Graham's office is a ninety mile round trip, but it is worth the drive to get the computerized adjusting", Barnes reports.
Computerized chiropractic adjustments allows Dr. Graham to more precisely locate the problem area and then to more precisely perform the adjustment, and provide just the right amount of adjustment. This allows a reduction in the number of treatments required to at least half and so allows the patient to get relief sooner. As with regular adjusting there is no pain associated with the computerized tool. It is the most accurate way to perform the adjustments.