Physical pain is something no person should have to live with day-in and day-out. When you come to our Monona chiropractic office and are in pain, we will work with you to reduce your pain so that you can start feeling pain relief quickly. It is our clinical experience that using ice and getting the spinal segment back in motion with an adjustment is the quickest means of getting pain relief for the patient. To help decrease inflammation, we recommend the anti-inflammatory Turmeric that modulates the inflammation rather than completely stopping it like NSAIDs such as Ibuprofen do. As soon as possible we have the patient exercise because that too reduces the pain messaging from the nerve system. Depending on the severity of the underlying condition which is causing your pain, it is typical for a patient to need chiropractic care or adjustments 2-3 times per week for 1-3 weeks.
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Dr Bill Droessler Is a compassionate healer. With a holistic approach, Dr. Droessler pays attention to treating the whole person rather than Just a series of symptoms.
Sara Smith Madison, WI
I was diagnosed with a torn meniscus in my knee and was scheduled to have surgery. I decided to see Dr Droessler to get a second opinion. Dr Droessler gave my knee an adjustment and I was able to cancel the surgery the next day.
Sharon O, Madison, WI
I had over 6 years of vertigo, went the route of conventional medical tests and physical therapy only to be informed by my doctor that I would have to learn to live with vertigo and take Meclizine since there was nothing in the medical field that would take care of the horrible condition.
Mildred N., Madison, WI
I am truly blessed to be under Dr. Droessler’s care. After seven months of excruciating lower back pain from a snow shoveling Injury and three lower back steroid injections, and after climbing up the ladder of narcotics reaching morphine for pain. It was recommended by my Health Care Orthopedic department to undergo back surgery.
Keith G., WI