Surgery was not an option for me, I don’t believe that all problems are resolved with cutting, often times they are unresolved and sometimes end up worse (which many people who have carpal tunnel had told me).
I’m someone who does a lot of research before I really invest in something. What I read on the Brain and Body Chiropractic website was a different approach/outlook on pain relief vs. the traditional/standard methods that one would get through the spectrum of health care services for pain.
Dr. Lily is a genuine and brilliant chiropractic neurologist. She is straight forward in her approach to treatment and doesn’t leave you with any unanswered questions about her methods and rationale. She found that I actually didn’t have carpal tunnel syndrome, and instead have tendonitis, and thoracic outlet syndrome, which all made sense after she explained it all to me.
Her whole body approach of adjusting my spine, providing nerve treatment to my arms, education, and suggestions on how to improve my quality of life, have made a significant improvement for my pain and well-being. Her goal is to get her patients out of pain and that really reflects when she’s one on one with you.
Dr. Lily and Dr. Kody and are blast to be around. Dr. Kody has adjusted my spine a handful of times and always does a great job. He’s always there for support and often has great and different suggestions for pain relief and treatment as well which is appreciated.
So give them a chance if you are on the fence about it, searching for a new chiropractor, or serious about getting pain relief, I’m so glad that I did. My pain is under control, I even sprained my ankle and got treatment for that, which is also better now. My lower back also has occasional pain when i’m laying down, and getting my spine adjusted does the trick! I go every 6 weeks now, and all of my pain is practically gone and under control. I refer everyone that’s looking for a chiropractor or has issues with pain to go here. I will continue to be a patient here, they’ve gained my trust, and I wouldn’t go anywhere else.
To say that my experience with Dr. Lily and Dr. Kody has been exceptional is an understatement. I decided to give Dr. Lily a chance about a year ago for my carpal tunnel syndrome pain that had progressed to my upper arms. I had seen my PCP, orthopedic surgeon, PT, and OT. PT didn’t work, and surgery was recommended, I said no, then went for occupational therapy, which did provide relief, up until I started activities/working again.
– Marissa Mireles