Oxford Chiropractic Care for Leg Pain

Finally! A Real Solution to Leg Pain!

 "Where is the pain? Down the back of your leg, making your little toe numb? That tells us about all we need to know: Your L5S1 disc is maybe pressing on a nerve." Okay, we’ll come clean: at Satterwhite Chiropractic, we think that determining leg pain can be enjoyable.

 But we get that leg pain isn't fun for you. When you discover that it's coming from the spine, it's even more worrying. You wonder, "How do I alleviate leg pain that's coming from my spine?"

 Satterwhite Chiropractic's Cox Technic

 Satterwhite Chiropractic offers leg pain (aka sciatica) relief to Oxford residents with Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression, a non-surgical chiropractic treatment proven to alleviate leg pain - along with related lower back pain - and assist in controlling it.

 All we need is 30 days. The goal of the treatment is 50% relief of leg pain in 30 days, though most patients find up to 100% relief and often much more speedily. Most of our patients even still work during care. Just know that you won't have to be under care forever.

 Our goal is to get you back to your normal life as soon as possible. Satterwhite Chiropractic checks your progress at every single visit. While you heal, the frequency of visits is reduced. 91% of Cox Technic patients not pain relief by the conclusion of treatment. That's a huge percentage!

 Though no cure for back and leg pain has yet been found, we at Satterwhite Chiropractic help Oxford leg pain patients just like you every day. We're positive you, too, can get relief and control for your leg pain enough to enjoy your life more fully.

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