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Back Pain Patients in Irvine See Greater than 90% Improvement Through Zen Care's Advanced Decompression and Laser Therapies

04:51 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | PR Newswire

IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr Jay Kang, chief chiropractor and clinical director at Zen Care has been treating back pain patients with a combination of advanced decompression therapy and high-power cool laser therapy in attaining a greater than 90% improvement for his patients.

As one of only a handful of chiropractors in Orange County, California certified and trained in Chiropractic BioPhysics, Dr Kang's clinic not only concentrates on immediate pain relief, but more importantly, permanent pain relief through correcting spinal misalignments and advanced spinal rehabilitation. 

The combination of corrective chiropractic care, decompression, and high-power cool laser therapies have proven to be extremely effective in the battle against back pain, which after the common cold, is the second leading cause of doctor visits in America.

This comfortable, therapeutic, drug-free, and non-surgical approach to alleviating low to severe back pain has been met with tremendous success, providing patients noticeable results in as little as 5 visits. 

"Our cool laser is among the most advanced systems on the market today, delivering a 60 watts of power to the patient, versus only 10 watts from other clinics," states Dr Jay Kang, "This type of laser, combined with our state-of-the-art dynamic decompression table makes for a much faster, more effective treatment method to alleviate pain."

Dr Jay Kang and his chiropractic staff take pride in improving their patients' quality of life. With the clinic's vast amount of treatment options and modalities, Zen Care wants to stress that back surgery is not always the only option.  In more than 70% of cases, advanced chiropractic treatment, decompression and laser therapy can provide tremendous long-lasting relief, replacing surgery altogether. 

Recent patient, Kevin Javid of Irvine praised Zen Care's decompression and laser treatments which saved him from going under the knife.  "I was prepared to have major back surgery in an attempt to relieve my debilitating pain. Luckily, I ended up  checking out Zen Care and subsequently signing up for treatment. Thanks to Dr Jay Kang and his knowledgeable staff, my back pain subsided tremendously and I ended up cancelling my surgery." 

As each body type, preexisting spinal condition and underlying health issues play a large role in how successful this treatment path may be, only a thorough exam and consultation by Zen Care's expert doctors can determine if decompression and laser therapy are right for each individual.

For more information on Zen Care's advanced chiropractic care, decompression therapy, and high-power cool laser pain relief therapy, please contact clinical director and chief chiropractor Dr Jay Kang at 949-727-1772, email 171274@email4pr.com or visit the clinic's website at www.zencare.com.

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