Dr. Daniel Clark D.C
“The Disk Doctor”
30 Years Experience Counts
Welcome to Macomb Spine Care, I am Dr. Daniel Clark D.C., a back pain & disc specialist for over 30 years. I have been helping hundreds of people just like you live pain-free. As a back pain specialist certified in the Cox® Technic, we focus on the examination and diagnosis of the patient.
I offer an MRI Review for evaluating your cause of pain so just bring your MRI disc and report or CT scan with you on your first visit with me.
Spine Care need not be a long-term treatment requiring numerous visits. Many problems can be fixed in just a few short visits with a careful and focused approach without the use of drugs, injections or surgery!
Macomb Spine Care specializes in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression methods, utilizing the Cox® Technic, backed by federally funded research, to treat neck, back and sciatic pain. These conditions can be a result from failed back surgery, bulging/herniated discs, degenerative disc disease and stenosis.
In conclusion, I want you to know that there is real hope at relieving your chronic pain despite whatever you have been previously told because here at Macomb Spine Care, 30 years of experience really does count!
At Macomb Spine Care healing the root cause of your pain is our main concern. We understand you want pain relief and desire to live your best life feeling healthy and pain free.
We specialize in Pain Relieving Treatments and can effectively treat these ailments:
“The goal of reducing intradiscal pressure is to enhance the osmotic diffusion of fluids and nutrients across the endplates into the disc, furthering the body’s natural healing abilities. Additionally, reduction of intradiscal pressures may help draw the nucleus pulposus of a herniated disc back into the center, thereby relieving pressure on a compressed nerve root—alleviating the problem and the pain.“
The Beginning And The End Of Discogenic Pain
Intervertebral disc pathology is one of the primary causes of back and neck pain. The discs are prone to degeneration and injury as they are compressed and twisted through daily activities.
As the disc degenerates, the gel-like nucleus loses its hydration, reducing disc height and creating the possibility of facet syndrome and lateral foraminal stenosis.
Furthermore, disc degeneration causes the pliable outer coating of the anulus to become brittle and susceptible to cracks and tears that can lead to disc herniations.
Bulging or herniated discs often press on spinal nerves, causing severe pain and radiculopathy.
Damaged intervertebral discs seldom heal because they remain under constant pressure, even while a person is at rest.
It is widely accepted that the ideal environment to improve disc pathology is to decompress, or reduce the intradiscal pressures of the damaged disc.
These guys are the real deal. I am VERY impressed with them.
The effort they but forth and the results achieved were excellent.
Over the top in terms of performance and medical skills.
I have been under Dr. Clark’s care for about a year and a half.
Dr. Clark and his staff have been treating me for over a year.