The path to full range of neck motion leads to full body solutions.
According to Mayo Clinic, “Cervical dystonia is a painful condition in which your neck muscles contract involuntarily, causing your head to twist to one side.” For Eula McLin, it means her neck has been twisting since 1996. In 2007, her neurologist began administering a temporary solution: Botox shots. “Botox gave me pain relief until it wore off,” Eula explained. “I received shots every three months for 13 years before my granddaughter suggested a different solution, one that could be permanent.”Eula’s granddaughter, Lindy, works at Tri-State Clinic. She suggested Eula visit Dr. Austin at Tri-State to receive chiropractic treatment in hopes that it would alleviate her pain.
“I immediately felt welcome and comfortable at Tri-State,” said Eula. “Dr. Austin is the most compassionate chiropractor I’ve met. She takes the time to clearly explain your diagnosis and treatment and show you she cares.”
Dr. Austin performs spinal adjustments on Eula’s neck, back, and shoulder. In just two months, Eula has experienced remarkable results, including those that were unexpected.
“I’m finally experiencing a better range of motion in my neck, but that’s not all,” she explained. “I can squat when I couldn’t before, I’m walking with more balance, and my severe acid reflux has disappeared. I am sleeping better than ever and I’ve canceled all future botox appointments!” Eula knows it will take time to reverse the decades of neck pain associated with cervical dystonia, but she is pleased with how far she has already come. “I’m grateful for Lindy’s referral and Dr. Austin’s expertise,” she said. “I look forward to a future of little pain and better health.”
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