Category: DMR Method

The DMR Method: Patient Case Studies of an Innovative Treatment Option

Today, I’m sharing with you two case studies on individuals who were treated using the DMR Method. One sought treatment to alleviate migraine headaches, and the other patient experienced severe neck and back pain radiating to the arm. If you’re just learning about this advanced, nonsurgical care for neck and back pain, take a moment to learn a little bit about what the DRM Method is.

What to Expect During Your DMR Method Consultation [INFOGRAPHIC]

Before you’re able to become a DMR Method patient and benefit from this advanced, nonsurgical care for neck and back pain, a DMR Method provider must qualify you as a patient. The fact of the matter being, there are a select few conditions the DMR Method does not treat. And, when you’re accepted into a DMR Method treatment program, we want to be as certain as possible that it’ll work for you.

Types of Neck and Back Pain the DMR Method can Relieve

The human body is nothing short of amazing. There are seemingly countless internal processes working to maintain and sustain balance throughout your body at any given time. When you become overheated, your body begins to sweat in order to keep your internal temperature regulated. In this situation, the excess heat places stress upon the body, and the sweat is your body’s effort to restore balance.

Benefits of the DMR Method

Living with chronic or acute neck and back pain can interrupt one’s ability to live the life they want to live. Even activities like driving, attending sporting events, and doing laundry can become extremely difficult if your body’s mobility, alignment, and stability are not functioning properly. The DMR Method treats the underlying condition through a clinically proven process where patients receive the right treatment at the right time. This collaborative, nonsurgical approach eliminates many of the body’s obstacles to healing and provides significant results in a short period of time.

Here’s Why You Should Use the DMR Method

The DMR Method is a spinal rehab program unlike any other. If you’ve tried other treatment programs and have been disappointed with the results, that’s even more reason to consider the DMR Method. It was created specifically because the other programs and plans of care weren’t providing patients with significant, lasting relief from their pain and symptoms.

Two Reasons for Surgery – Do You Have Either of These?

Many individuals living with neck and back pain begin to think that surgery is their only option. After months, even years, of working toward wellness, participating in strengthening programs, and attending medical appointments with little long-term benefit, it’s natural to begin to think and feel like you’re out of options. But I’m here to tell you that you’re not.

DMR Method: The Essence of Collaborative Care

Collaborative care has always been at the foundation of Williams Integracare Clinic. We’ve built our practice and our name by embracing what makes us different: our emphasis on looking at your injury from every angle while offering every possible solution. After all, you are a single person with physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs – all of which are affected by injury and worthy of attention. While most health care professionals insist on viewing your condition from their perspective only, we see things differently.

DMR Method: Three Steps to Lasting Relief [Infographic]

The DMR Method is a proven, research-based system of evaluation and treatment for neck and back pain. It is an integrative three-step clinical process that combines the expertise of physical therapists, chiropractors, and medical doctors to identify and treat the source of pain to provide lasting relief – even when other treatments have failed.

DMR Method: The Recovery Curve

The DMR Method’s recovery curve is used to explain how the body recovers when it receives proper, timely treatment. The recovery curve was created after the clinical observation of thousands of patients following a predictable path throughout treatment. It’s important for patients to move through each of the three phases of the recovery curve before discontinuing treatment. If treatment discontinues prematurely, your same symptoms, pains, and discomforts are likely to return.