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    • Do you suffer from low back pain or neck pain from a herniated disc(s), degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, sciatica or failed spinal surgery?
    • Have you tried chiropractic, pain management and/or physical therapy without getting relief?
    • Have you been told “you will just have to learn to live with the pain” or is your doctor recommending surgery?

    Then you owe it to yourself to consider Laser Assisted Spinal Restoration procedures available only with the Spine Specialist. There is finally a non-surgical answer for even those difficult spinal problems that have not responded to any other treatment. Don’t risk surgery until you learn about the SPINE SPECIALIST, you just don’t have to live with the pain anymore!

    Arthritis

    Arthritis is inflammation of bones affecting one or more joints. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis. People of all ages can have arthritis however older people are more susceptible to it. Severe arthritis is a chronic condition, making daily chores extremely painful.

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    Shoulder & Arm Pain

    The shoulder is a ball and socket joint and is the most mobile joint in the human body. As the name suggests, the socket is primarily responsible for movement of the shoulder and the arms. Pain in the shoulder can cause significant discomfort and could gradually increase to an extent that regular shoulder motion would seem like a sheer nightmare.

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    Sciatica

    Sciatica pain can be excruciating and usually radiates down the legs to the foot, ankle and toe. A constant nagging pain, numbness, weakness, tinglingcould be a Sciatica pain on one side of the buttock or leg. Some individuals experience a sudden spike in the pain on sitting down.

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    Auto-Accidents

    According to studies conducted by the National Safety Council in the year 2015, approximate 4.4 million Americans were involved in an auto accident. The report also mentions that up to 43 per cent of all the unfortunate accidents that have occurred involved a distracted or drowsy driver.

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    Knee Pain

    Knee pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal dysfunctions that hinder the normal lifestyle of many people. It can be chronic hindrance to the active lifestyle everyone desires or can be severe enough to restrict movement of an individual. Imagine the trauma and inconvenience that could be caused, if you are gradually unable to move due to excruciating knee pain?

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    Work Injuries

    Awkward sitting postures, Repetitive motion injuries, Repetitive trauma disorders, and Soft tissue disorders are some of the prevalent work injuries that most of us are faced with. From athletes to desk job workers, each of them is prone to some classification of Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs).

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    Neck Pain

    Chronic neck pain is one of the most common health problems affecting thousands of individuals all across the country. The neck is the vital link between the brain and the rest of our body. Injury to the neck can be detrimental as it can muddle the crucial coordination between the two.

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    Foot & Ankle Pain

    Foot & Ankle pains area common across the heel, toes, instep,arch, or bottom of foot. The “wear-and-tear” Arthritis and gout are major causes in the big toe characterized by swollen and tender foot. Athletic Injuries, poorly fitted shoes, too much walking, obesity and aging are few of the other major causes of foot and ankle pain.

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    Scoliosis

    Scoliosis is a spinal misalignment caused due to a lateral curvature in the otherwise straight vertical structure of the spine. The reasons for Scoliosis might range from birth anomalies to traumatic bone injuries and collapses.

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    Jaw Pain

    The temporomandibular joint connects the jaw to the temporal bones of the skull. This joint is solely responsible for movement of the jaw. Pain in the jaw and other muscles of the face occurs primarily due to a condition called the Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD).

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    Headache

    A headache also called “Cephalgia” is pain arising in the head. The pain arises from tissues and other structures surrounding the skull. Our hectic professional life and work pressure puts a lot of stress on us.

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    Hip Pain

    The hip joint is practically the largest ball and socket joint in the human body that connects the leg to the torso. The thighbone, scientifically termed as femur, fits into the acetabulum, popularly called the socket. The friction between the acetabulum and the thighbone is negated by the Cartilage.

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    Neuropathy

    Neuropathy is a chronic condition that occurs when the nerve fibers are damaged or malfunctioning. The primary job of these nerve fibers is to send signals to your brain about any physical sensation. When they are damaged, they send faulty signals to the brain.

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    Work Injury Rehabilitation

    If you’ve been injured at work, The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) of Ontario will fully cover the cost of your work injury treatment in Bowmanville. Whether you have injured your back, your arm or shoulder, or any other area, you owe it to yourself to ensure that you have your injury examined and treated by the team at Spine Advanced.

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    Testimonials

    Tony L., 64 years old

    As an ex-professional bodybuilder, lifting since 16 years old, I have put my body through the paces over the years.  I stopped lifting for 2 years straight due to a severe low back injury and every attempt to return to even light lifting left me re-injured within 2-3 months.  I was so frustrated and I thought I could never go back to the sport I loved again.  Then I found the Spine Specialist in a newspaper ad.  I went through the initial intensive sessions for 2 months, 3 times a week and by the end of the first month I started lifting again pain free purely for fitness.  I maintain treatments every 2-4 weeks and I can’t believe I’m saying that even after 1 year of solid lifting I have not had one trace of the injury returning.  I didn’t think I’d ever be able to be active again and I can’t express how happy this has made me.

    Angela N., 46 years old

    I injured my low back in a fall, landing flat on my hip.  Over the next two days my pain became unbearable traveling down my leg and making my right foot numb.  I was diagnosed by MRI with a severe herniated disc from the fall and recommended to have surgery.  I scheduled my consult with the spine surgeon and began physiotherapy to build as much strength before surgery as possible on the advice of my doctors.  My surgery was scheduled at 3 months and I was on a mission to find another option being so scared of going under the knife.  I was told by my specialist to try traction so I googled options for back pain, found the Spine Specialist website and couldn’t believe that it was right here in my own back yard which I took as a sign.  I had to try this if it could possibly save me from surgery.  I was told I was a severe case and it would take some work but after 2.5 months of treatment I decided to cancel my surgery being almost pain free.  To my surgeon’s surprise my most recent MRI also shows no trace of the disc herniation and I can play with my kids again not worrying about my back going out!  Thank you Spine Specialist L.A.S.R.!

    David D., 50 years old

    Full time truck driver, part time roofer.  “Carrying a load of shingles I heard a snap in my lower back followed by immediate pain.  The pain was manageable at first but then proceeded to get worse with my driving job and in the next few days going down my right leg.  My doctor sent me to a specialist who then ordered an MRI finding a disc injury.  Due to the down time away from work the suggested surgery would have been tough for me needing to pay my mortgage.  I started treatment on the Spine Specialist and within the first couple visits I could tell it was beginning to work.  The leg pain started disappearing within about 12 visits and now at my 23rd visit I’m about 80% pain free with no surgery!”

    Nicole L., 28 years old

    Emergency Room Nurse.  “I strained my neck lifting a patient and felt an immediate shock down my right arm to my thumb and 1st finger, I knew right away that I re-injured a disc in my neck.  It had been about 15 years since the last time this happened playing field hockey and finding the Spine Specialist I could tell that treatment methods had thankfully improved since then.  A health professional myself, it made so much sense to be able to angle the machine to the side focussing on the side of my injury and I wondered why it hadn’t been thought of before.  Within 12 visits I was back to work on close to regular duties compared to almost 6 months off the first time it was injured.  I’m 15 years older and I healed much faster thanks to the Spine Specialist!”

    Patrick G., 62 years old

    Lift Truck Driver.  “I’ve had low back pain come and go as long as I can remember.  Over the past couple years though it had been much worse in the small of my back and longer lasting which I just chalked up to my job and age, but when it started to shoot down the back of my legs I knew I had to do something.  I went through almost a year and a half of every type of therapy I could think of from Chiropractic, to Physiotherapy, Acupuncture and even Spinal Decompression spending a ton of money with minimal lasting results.  I thought I was out of options.  When I went for my consult for The Spine Specialist I didn’t even want to give it a try since I thought Spinal Decompression was the best therapy had to offer for a back injury and I had already spent almost $4000.00 on a 25 session plan of that.  Was I ever wrong!  Between being able to stretch my back in specific directions and having the help of the robotic laser therapy applied at the same time, unlike my previous Spinal Decompression treatments on a very expensive looking table, I can say I was more improved in 5 visits on the Spine Specialist than I was in 25 on the space age looking table I unfortunately paid an insane amount to try first.”

    Mary T., 37 years old

    Professional Chef and Caterer.  “I spend the first 2 hours of my day chopping, dicing and preparing meats and vegetables for a very busy restaurant and the rest of the day on my feet cooking in a hot kitchen.  One morning while chopping vegetables my entire neck locked up and I had tingling down into my little finger and my forearm.  One of my employees had been on the Spine Specialist for a similar injury so he sent me there right away.  After the first visit I had noticeable relief and after 7 visits I was back to normal again.  I’ve had the injury before and was usually feeling the effects of it for over a month but within 2 weeks I was 100% and have not had the problem return going on 1.5 years now that I maintain a schedule of maintenance visits every 4-6 weeks.  Down time is very costly in my line of work so finding this treatment option has saved my business in ways I can’t even describe.”

    Gary L., 48 years old

    Retired Medical Doctor. “At my age having pain and severe arthritis in my spine is not suprising.  I maintain a reasonable amount of activity to stay flexible but I also have Scheuermann’s Disease, an acceleration of degenerative change in the thoracic and lumbar spine which makes relief more difficult and activity that much more important.  When I saw the Spine Specialist advertised I just had to investigate as I’m always skeptical of but interested in new treatment technologies.  My skepticism was gone after one experience of this treatment. To speed healing and muscle relaxation using laser therapy and to decompress the spine under said laser seems like a perfect utilization of synergy in treatment technologies and I applaud the creator of this device for his foresight in making it a reality.  I’m confident to say that being able to be treated on this device has made me feel at least 10 years younger and has given me back the mobility that I thought I had lost forever.”