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Queens Chiropractors Provide Therapies to Manage Pain


Is chronic back pain, neck pain, headaches, muscle spasms or sports injuries stopping you from living your life? When pain strikes, Dr. Lee is here to help. Dr. Lee's Spine Center in Queens, NY is a model of excellence for the treatment of chronic pain conditions, workers compensation injuries, sports injuries and more. Dr. Lee's approach to pain management includes all-natural, drug-free solutions that integrate the best in chiropractic care with advanced holistic medicine. Dr. Lee has helped thousands of patients successfully manage their pain without the need for surgery or reliance on medication.

Dr. Lee’s non-surgical approach to pain management are successful because they directly treat the underlying cause for pain, rather than rely on medication to “cover up” pain problems. Traditional approaches to pain management include drugs, surgery and bed rest. Unfortunately, none of these approaches is truly effective. Drugs, for example, can provide temporary relief, but do so by numbing the body’s ability to perceive pain. Once medication wears off, the pain will return. Surgery can be very risky; in fact, after failed back surgery, patients are often in worse pain than before. Bed rest is also ineffective; immobilization weakens the muscles that hold everything in place and “down time” only further exacerbates pain.

Our chiropractors in Queens integrate the very best in cutting edge chiropractic care with proven holistic treatments for drug-free pain relief. For example, spinal decompression therapy utilizes drop table techniques to relieve nerve compression and minimize pain. This is a safe, gradual treatment that is non-invasive and does not involve any “down time”. Should your pain not respond to chiropractic adjustments or spinal decompression therapy, manipulation under anesthesia is our

preferred alternative to surgery. In many cases, manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) can relieve pain after just one or two sessions; in exceedingly rare cases, four sessions may be necessary. Following each MUA session, we recommend chiropractic adjustments to support proper spinal alignment. Our licensed anesthesiologist performs all treatment sessions.

Our Queens chiropractors Dr. Lee has substantial experience treating workers compensation injuries, including injuries causing back pain, neck pain, recurring headaches and other health problems. We work closely with insurance companies when managing workers compensation claims to reduce paperwork. We accept most insurance and participate in most HMOs and PPOs.

Our pain relief techniques are nonsurgical, effective, and even mobile! We serve the New York City area onsite at participating companies, which means less time lost for treating employees and lowered expenses for businesses.

Four out of five Americans will suffer from chronic pain at some point in their lives. Worse, once you have your first pain attack, you are four times more likely to suffer a recurrence. Here is the good news: if you are in pain, there is hope! Schedule an appointment at Dr. Lee’s Spine Center in Queens and experience the difference our chiropractor in Queens can make for you today!


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Queens Chiropractor
Dr. Lee's Spine Center

8915 Parsons Blvd #1G
Queens, NY 11432

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