Dr. Ron Nusbaum D.C., B.Sc.
|Spinal Decompression Toronto. I have treated patients many thousands of times which enables me to answer questions about which conditions are most successfully treated by Spinal Decompression. I can answer any questions regarding the science and methodology of how Spinal Decompression works. I can speak about who is and who is not a good candidate for Spinal Decompression, and I can speak about alternative treatments for severe, chronic back pain and neck pain. I can also speak about the various conditions which respond to spinal decompression care as well as which conditions should not receive this care I cannot make specific diagnoses or specific treatment recommendations for a patient without first conducting a consultation and examination with them. There are general protocol guidelines that I can share. I cannot recommend any individual to make changes to their medications or current medical care (prescribed by another doctor). I cannot make specific comments about another doctor.|
Dr Michael L Hall
|I was originally trained as a chiropractor and was in practice for 24 years. I've been asked every question related to back and neck pain and what to do about it that can be imagined. With additional training I now specialize in the new treatment of non-surgical spinal decompression for the treatment of acute and chronic neck pain and back pain due to herniated, degenerated discs.|
Irina ~ A leg length discrepancy of 2 inches is huge not slight. My first thought is that no intervention is likely to be successful when each and every step places such a mechanical stress on the structures
Hi Ujvalla ~ So sorry your mother is suffering with this. Spinal Decompression may be of some benefit if there is a new issue above or below a past healed surgical fusion, but from your brief description