Pain, Fatigue and Depression


Dear Dr. Bolick and Staff,

I am writing to thank you all for the incredible life change my visits to the Bolick Clinic have provided me.

As you know I had allowed years of lower and middle back pain to go untreated. I had, in the most recent years, developed chronic neck pain and near constant headaches. I had finally arrived at the point where I was experiencing the early signs of depression attributable to fatigue. I had no energy, and the simplest of tasks, such as sweeping a room, required a rest period and brought on more back pain.

I was only moved to come to the clinic when I had developed a numbness in my forearm, and a total loss of feeling in three fingers. I had begun taking muscle relaxers and painkillers to combat the pain in my arm, the pain was relentless.

As of this writing I am about half way through my plan of treatment. I have no pain in my arm whatsoever; My fingers no longer fall asleep. My headaches are quite simply gone. And I can sweep my entire house, free of pain, in one fell swoop. More importantly, I have gone from a state of constant fatigue, to a state where I now have the energy to walk briskly on a treadmill for 45 minutes at a time, three times a week, and as a result have lost 17 pounds over the past 10 weeks. I am no longer on the verge of depression, but rather am totally energized and optimistic about a future with sustained good health.

Also, I never thought a Chiropractor would be the type of medical professional to assist with lowering my terribly high blood pressure, but that is what occurred. Instead of being prescribed a drug, I was given some very simple nutritional guidelines, which, once followed, have stabilized my blood pressure, and as an unexpected benefit, completely eradicated my acid reflux problem.

In short I was a multi-symptomatic wreck of poor health, with no energy or drive. Without the use of drugs of any kind the treatment and care I have received from the Bolick Clinic have quite literally changed my life. I feel well all over. I now enjoy a state of both physical and mental well-being that I had thought unachievable.

I will continue my corrective care phase of treatment because I never wish to find myself; again, at the place I was when I first dragged myself into the clinic. I am truly happy and pleased with my progress. I will be forever grateful.

Michael Wanzie
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