WILTON, Conn. - Dr. Elihu Rosen of Wilton has been awarded a U.S. trademark for his unique pain reduction technique, according to a press release.
“My technique is the missing link that makes people feel better faster and in less visits,” said Rosen. “My goal is to get you better and to ensure you stay that way.”
Rosen, who began his practice over 30 years ago, has researched the most advanced techniques to help patients find relief from pain. He has a loyal following of satisfied patients and attributes much of his success to a technique he developed and recently received trademark approval, called Sequential Pain Reduction or SPR.
The technique is based on the proprietary and complementary therapies administered before spinal manipulation, a press release said. Through his Sequential Pain Reduction techniques, Rosen uses therapies such as massage, ultrasound, electro-stimulation and laser therapy to release muscle knots prior to the chiropractic adjustment. This specific sequence helps increase relief, thereby breaking the cycle of chronic pain caused by trigger points, without the use of injections, he said.
Rosen's SPR technique is used to treat a variety of pain-related conditions that range from chronic to acute. Examples of conditions he treats low back and hip pain, sciatica, back pain, headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, accidents and sports injuries.
Rosen has been practicing in Wilton since 1985. He is a graduate of SUNY College in New Paltz, N.Y., and holds a bachelor's degree in human biology, as well as a doctorate of chiropractic medicine from the National College of Chiropractic outside Chicago. He is a member of the American and the Connecticut Chiropractic Associations. Rosen is certified in physiotherapy and acupuncture, and is a trigger point specialist, treating both adults and children.
For more information on the Sequential Pain Reduction technique at Rosen's Wilton chiropractic office, call 203-762-2244.
To learn about additional services Rosen offers, visit his website at www.thechiropracticdoctor.com.
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