Back and Neck Injury/Expert Profile

Dr. Timothy K. Durnin

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returns 12/31/2016

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I can easily answer any questions dealing with head, neck and low back pain.

Experience in the area

I have been in practice for over 18 years, employ several M.D.'s in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Practice, Accupuncture, MUA's as Co-admitter at Olympia Feilds Osteopathic Hospital (Level I) Trauma Center, Any and all neuromusculoskeletal conditions.


ACA,ICS,AASP,NUHS Presidenials Club,Who's Who in America,CPA,DACBR




Doctor of Chiropractic National University of Health Sciences;BS in Human Biology NCC;BS Zoology Eastern Illinois University; Board Certified AMA impairment Ratings

Awards and Honors

Alpha Theta Kappa/Who's Who/NUHS Presidential Club

Past/Present Clients

Many Chicago Bulls Professional Athletes

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    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Fletch08/03/101010thanks for another option!!
Barry08/03/091010Some technical phrases are beyond my understanding .....
gnana sambandam02/07/0910Your answer is some what very useful .....
monica02/04/09101010Thank You for your time and input .....
ellie02/03/09101010thank you for your help with this .....

Recent Answers from Dr. Timothy K. Durnin

2010-10-01 cervicalspine:

Hi Vince,    It means your normal curve of the spine looking at it from the side is straighter than normal which will accelerate osteoarthritis due to the added stress on the joints of the neck. The encroachment

2010-08-01 lower back issues:

Hi Fletch,    Get ready for a fourth opinion, spine surgery ends bad, period. Find a Chiro with a Flexion/ Distraction (F/D) table. Ruptured, herniated and bulging discs respond in a few weeks. This treatment

2010-05-31 Cat Scan:

Sorry for being a bit late in answering your question.     Flexion/Distraction is the Gold standard for non-invasive reduction of disc bulges. Find a DC near you that has F/D tables and make an appointment

2009-08-01 Lower back spasms:

Hi Barry,    The best proven treatment for this is flexion/distraction. See if you can find a DC in your area.    Flexion-Distraction Therapy - What is it?      Flexion-Distraction, (F/D) is a gentle,

2009-07-31 Diffuse Axonal Injury?:

Hi Karl,    One thing they missed is a kidney and adrenal cortex profile. This will definitely cause your present symptoms. Get the blood work done and US of the kindness as well as MRI of same. Then see


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