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Dr. Douglas Cook Utilizes Tech and Innovation to Relieve Pain

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Oklahoma Health and Wellness Center has the newest Tech Tools to ensure your fastest recovery from head, neck, back issues.

Weatherford, OK – March 28, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Dr. Douglas Cook is the owner of the Oklahoma Health and Wellness Center and a nationally recognized chiropractic expert. Health is a lifestyle and he’s constantly seeking new ways to alleviate the pain of his patients and assist them in living healthier lives. Among his many methods for relieving pain are arginine supplements, vibration therapy, cold laser treatments and chiropractic adjustments.

Cook offers dietary supplements to provide patients with vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids needed to improve health and for the body to function correctly. The specially formulated supplements are especially beneficial for those undergoing cancer therapies, providing nutritional and energy support at the cellular level. IV therapies are also available.

Multiple methods are employed at the Center, including vibration therapy for strengthening muscles, tendons and bones. Treatments are effective for medical rehabilitation and reducing recovery times, and improving cardio health through improved circulation. The innovative treatment provides patients with a new treatment for osteoporosis and spinal stenosis.

Cold laser, acupuncture and acupressure treatments are often used in conjunction with other methods to stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms and ease pain originating from a variety of sources. Treatment is applied to affected areas with pinpoint accuracy to address problems ranging from chronic headaches to breathing problems.

Chiropractic adjustments and manipulations are at the core of Cook’s practice. With more than 27 years of experience, he’s adept at locating the crux of physical problems and complaints. Complementary programs that involve exercise and strength training may be employed, along with physical therapy treatments that include ultrasound, and electric muscle stimulation.

Cook offers a comprehensive array of services at the Oklahoma Health and Wellness Center to relieve pain and address conditions that disrupt quality of life. Patients suffering from a surfeit of toxins and heavy metals in the body can avail themselves of bio-cleansing and detoxification baths. Weight management is essential at any stage of life and the Center offers nutritional counseling, the Metabolic Weight Loss Diet and Detox Weight Loss Program, “skinny shots” for weight loss and energy, and non-metabolic weight loss plans to promote health, wellness and careful weight management.

The relief of pain and discomfort is a prime consideration at the Oklahoma Health and Wellness Center. Cook utilizes his extensive experience, state-of-the-art technology and innovative techniques to help patients claim their right to health and a pain free lifestyle.

The Oklahoma Health and Wellness Center can be reached by phone at 580-774-2214.

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