Spinal Stenosis

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“Finally Revealed – New Treatment for Severe Stenosis Pain…that actually works- without the use of Medication, Shots, or Surgery"

Do you suffer from spinal stenosis or foraminal stenosis due to Arthritis, Degenerative Disc Disease, Degenerative Joints (DJD), Bulging or Herniated Discs, Failed spinal surgery, or Spondylolisthesis?

Irving, Texas – Cold Laser and Spinal Decompression therapy is rapidly becoming one of the most recognized medical therapies around the world. Cold lasers can heal and rehabilitate a damaged or injured area up to 60% faster than any other alternative treatment. In addition, clinical studies have proven Spinal Decompression Therapy to be effective in 8 out of 10 people.

Since 2003, Dr. Robert Hanson, D.C. has been helping Dallas and Fort Worth residents with spinal stenosis in the low back and neck by using FDA cleared Cold Lasers and Spinal Decompression Therapy as part of his Cold Laser – Decompression Program. He has completed over 15,000 treatments using these non-surgical painless treatments.

"I have helped many people with spinal stenosis and other neck and back conditions, just like you, many of them absolutely desperate to find an alternative to surgery, medications, or painful shots."
– Dr. Robert Hanson, D.C.

Dr. Hanson has the only office in the Dallas and Fort Worth metroplex that utilizes five of the most recognized and respected cold lasers to customize your treatment along with three spinal decompression machines.  Depending on your specific condition, he uses both therapies to produce the best results.

Dr. Hanson’s Cold Laser–Spinal Decompression Therapy is painless, non-invasive, and drug-free. If you have problems doing the activities you once enjoyed because of pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness, then you owe it to yourself to get the latest research and information on Dr. Hanson’s spinal stenosis treatment protocols. 

Fill out the form below to request your FREE Booklet and DVD about 
Dr. Hanson’s Cold Laser – Spinal Decompression Therapy.

                                                                         ~Edna Jackson, retired nurse TX

  

Definition of spinal stenosis:  Stenosis stems from a Greek word that means “narrowing”.  Cervical stenosis is narrowing in the neck.  Lumbar stenosis is narrowing in the low back.  In addition, the two main types of stenosis are central canal stenosis and foraminal stenosis. Narrowing in the spine occurs when an enlargement or growth of a tissue, or bone reduce the size of the opening in the spinal vertebra (bones).  Loss of disc height can also decrease the size of the openings in the spine and discs may be pushed toward the back of the spinal canal or nerves.

Spinal stenosis can either affect the spinal canal or spaces where the nerves or nerve roots exit the spine.  Some of the common conditions that can cause spinal stenosis are osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, joint degeneration, facet or ligament arthritis or hypertrophy, herniated or bulging disc, bone spurs, and bone slippage (spondylolisthesis). 

** We take your privacy very seriously. You can read our privacy policy here. The intent of this landing page/ website is to send free information about Dr. Hanson’s Cold Laser Programâ„¢ to Dallas/Fort Worth residents or individuals who live in the surrounding areas. This website does NOT sell any products. By remaining on this page, you are requesting and agreeing to receive the above-referenced information. Unauthorized reproduction or use of any part of this document is prohibited. No medical treatment claims are made or implied. Results will vary depending on your diagnosis, condition, prognosis, age, and other reasons.  If you have loss of bladder and/or bowel control, please seek medical help immediately (911).

DFW Spine & Joint Center    
3401 W. Airport Freeway
Suite 101
Irving, TX  75062
(214) 447-7294

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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