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BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Just in Time for Cold and Flu Season!!
Join Dr Kopala for a seminar on ways to boost your immune system,
Wednesday, November 1 at 6 pm
Remember: Knowledge is Power.
Space is limited, so call now to reserve your spot,
780-594-9355 or stop by the clinic.
Rapid Healing and Pain Relief with RPW Shockwave Therapy
RPW (Radial Pressure Waves) Shockwave Therapy is an excellent non-invasive treatment solution which promotes the rapid healing of injured tissue, bone, heel and joints. With virtually no side effects, the treatment method reduces pain and increases blood circulation which stimulates the healing process. By speeding up the recovery process, RPW Shockwave Therapy enables people to regain the joy and comfort of natural mobility.
1. Non-surgical treatment
3. Non-invasive, painless treatment
4. Speeds up healing process
5. Minimal side effects
Treatable Conditions +
1. Plantar Fasciitis, heel pain or heel spur
2. Tennis elbow
3. Jumpers knee
4. Achilles tendonitis
5. Shin splints
6. Frozen shoulder
7. Muscle sprain, cramp and spasm
8. Scar tissue treatment
9. Cellulite treatment
Innovative and Effective
Therapeutic shock waves were introduced as a medical treatment for eliminating kidney stones 20 years ago. A shockwave is an intense, but acoustic wave travelling faster than the speed of sound. Today Shockwave technology is used on millions of people around the world to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal, neurological and soft tissue disorders.
Treatment sessions last no more than 30 minutes and provide successful rapid relief of chronic pain and restores mobility. The therapy has the added benefit of improving lymphatic drainage and reducing muscle tone, so enhanced body shape and cellulite reduction can be expected.
Cold Lake Chiropractic & Wellness Centre is now accepting Alberta Blue Cross!!!
Cold Lake Chiropractic has
Wobble Cushions here at the Clinic!
Help strengthen your core and increase flexibility and ease of movement
Please watch the video on the left, under home care kit videos, demonstrating exercises recommended by Dr. Kopala.
Note: Please ensure you speak with Dr. Kopala prior to performing these exercises to ensure they are right for you. Thank you!
HEALTH REPORT : with Dr. Kopala
Information is key to making the best informed choice for your health care.
This video is designed to reveal how you can achieve optimum health - your best you!!
Biggest improvement - I'm able to sleep undisturbed - no pain in back and the tingling sensation in the left arm is gone. ... I'm not waking up with headaches - less advil taken! I'm a nicer person to be around.
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