New Five Star Review For Chiropractor Doctor In New York NY

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Dr. Steven Schram, who operates a chiropractor doctor New York NY clinic, has announced with pride that they have received a new five star review. The patient, who identified himself simply as John, had been suffering from back and shoulder pain. He had expressed his satisfaction for the service that he received from the clinic by providing a five star review for the chiropractor doctor on Google Maps.

In his five star review, John said, “For the past 5 years, I've been dealing with insane amounts of back and shoulder pain. Sometimes the pain would be so bad that I couldn't even think. All I could focus on was trying to get rid of the pain. I've tried 5 chiropractors including flying to Texas. I was at my wits end because I couldn't keep dealing with what was going on inside me. Steven is something new. I'd known that my pain was more than just pain. I had a feeling I needed something more than just a cracking, and Dr. Schram provided it. Go cry with him, let him adjust you, and see how you feel. Wizard is an understatement.”

Dr. Schram’s services at the chiropractors doctors New York clinic are for treating back pain, lower back pain, neck pain, migraine, allergies, and joint pain. According to him, the root causes of back pain are usually far removed from the actual location of the pain. Fortunately, he has developed an innate ability to determine the root cause of any musculoskeletal problem particularly if it affects the spine, back, and lower back. After diagnosing the root cause of the back pain, he will then restore the appropriate alignment in the back and spine.

If Dr. Schram detects that the body is out of harmony, he can make use of acupuncture to rebalance the meridians as well as chiropractic methods to carefully detect and then adjust any incorrect alignments in the vertebra. Over time, the treatments offered by Dr. Schram can provide relief from the back pain that patients are suffering from.

Meanwhile, Dr. Schram can also offer treatments for lower pack pain. It has been noted that most Americans will experience lower back pain at some point during their lives. For some, the pain may only last for a short time but for others, lower back pain can be so extensive that it can affect the quality of their lives. The possible causes of lower back pain are injury, illnesses, and improper alignment, although most causes are connected to actual trauma to the area. In most cases, the actual cause of the lower back pain cannot be found in that particular area where the pain is felt. Instead, it is just a symptom of a problem that is located somewhere else. Dr. Schram performs accurate diagnosis and chiropractic treatment to offer significant relief for chronic or acute lower back pain.

Dr. Schram can also provide relief for neck pain. For this, he is trained in cranial sacral therapy, which involves properly aligning the membranes of the skull and the spinal column. A neck that is incorrectly aligned is the common cause of problems from headaches and migraines to jaw pain, pain in the arms and joints, or back pain. Through the chiropractic care offered by Dr. Schram, he is able to help people who are suffering from disc injury, restricted joint motion, ligament injury, and muscle spasms that result into neck pain.

Dr. Steven Schram is a leading licensed chiropractor and acupuncturist in New York City. He is a chiropractor Gonstead NYC practitioner who can help patients with the debilitating pain that they are suffering from so that they can live a fuller life. His strategy is to focus immediately on the root cause of the problem and then make the necessary adjustments based on that. Dr. Schram has been serving the New York City metropolitan area for more than 25 years. Those who need more information about the services provided by Dr. Steven Schram can visit his website or contact him through the telephone or via email.

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For more information about Dr. Steven Schram, contact the company here:

Dr. Steven Schram
Dr. Steven Schram
(646) 736-7719
drsteven@drstevenschram.com
Steven Schram, DC 140 E 28th St, #1F New York, NY 10016

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