Everett, WA Chiropractor
Back Pain Relief Massage Center
3701 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
(425)-259-3700

Prices vary per treatment
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The more you understand your body and how it functions, the better equipped you'll be at taking care of yourself to achieve optimal health. 2012 at The Back Pain Relief Center Welcomes New Technology to put you on track to better living!

Spinal Incline Decompression Table

Brand New State of the art technology!   Offered now at The Back Pain Relief & Wellness Center:

Allows traction to be applied to the neck, lower back and the entire spine at the same time!

By tractioning the spinal joints fluid is re-absorbed into the cartilage allowing nourishment and re-hydration to occur.

While tractioning the spine, whole body vibration is used to accelerate relaxation of the muscles. As the back muscles relax, more traction can be applied to the spinal joints.

Re-hydrating and nourishing the spinal discs can slow and even reverse the aging process.

You have options! Spinal degeneration does not have to control your life!

LASER CLASS IV SUPER PULSED 2012

The Goal of Laser Therapy is to Stimulate Healthy Cell Regeneration, Reduce Pain and Increase Wellness. 

  • Analgesic effect –Pain Relief        
  • Promotes faster wound healing and clot formation              
  • Relieves acute and chronic pains       
  • Increases the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair       
  • Increases blood supply       
  • Stimulates the immune system       
  • Stimulates nerve function
  • Increases Joint flexibility        

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a progressive and sometimes painful joint disorder caused by a compression of the median nerve of your hand. The compression causes swelling, which exerts pressure on the nerves.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is probably the most common source of wrist pain. Symptoms may include soreness, numbness or tingling, or a burning sensation. Some people who develop carpel tunnel find it difficult and painful to rotate their wrist, or move their hand up or down or from side to side.

Carpal tunnel is more common among people who make the same wrist movements over and over (as in sewing, painting, and writing), using a computer, and playing racquetball or handball. Diabetes, arthritis, pregnancy, and obesity also have been linked with carpal tunnel.