Newtown Square, PA — 12/27/2017 — Patients who are suffering from persistent muscle or back pain or are recovering from an injury and are in need of advanced chiropractic services in Philadelphia are encouraged to give Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates a call to learn more about whether they can benefit from electrical stimulation therapy.
Electrical stimulation, or “e-stim” for short, is a safe and effective way to help draw blood flow to an affected or traumatized area, reducing pain and speeding the healing process.
E-stim is an effective method to speed healing through manipulated muscle movement. After locating the affected area, this leading chiropractor in West Chester, PA will run a small but powerful electrical current through the area of injury to induce muscle spasms and lightly stimulate damaged tissue.
This stimulates the natural release of chemicals the body makes to control pain, commonly known as endorphins. The stimulation also gently increases the flow of blood the affected area as well, which carries hormones and cells that speed in the recovery process and reduce swelling, leading to a quicker recovery.
Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates is proud to provide advanced e-stim technology to the residents of the Philadelphia area, and their office is happy to answer any questions that potential patients may have regarding the process.
Interested parties are encouraged to give the office of Dr. David Nadler & Associates a call today at 610-314-7079 to learn more about e-stim technology or visit them online at http://www.drdnadler.com to fill out a contact form.
About Dr. Nadler
For effective chiropractic care in the Philadelphia area, Dr. Nadler feels that education is the basic foundation for any health care practitioner and he has continued learning better ways to prevent and heal, keeping care on the cutting edge of technology and treatments. Dr. Nadler received his Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic and received his Post Doctorate in Chiropractic Neurology from Cleveland Chiropractic College. He is a Diplomate from the American Academy of Pain management he is also a member of various associations including the International Society of Medical Shock Wave Therapy, Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the American College of Sports Medicine.
For more information, visit http://www.drdnadler.com/.
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