Coccyx pain successfully treated by Dr. Dana Grenman

Savannah, USA

Posted 2020-01-19

When I first met Dr. Dana Grenman (see Doctors and specialists in the USA, Arkansas), I was at a point in my life where I had been experiencing chronic and severe coccyx pain for over four years. An unfortunate skiing accident had left me with the inability to sit or lay down without experiencing strong pain. I had seen four chiropractors, two general practitioners, and an orthopedic surgeon in an attempt to find relief. None of the medical professionals I had seen could successfully treat or diagnose my pain. I was 23 years old and thought I would never be able to sit or lay down again without pain for the rest of my life. This took a toll on my mental and physical health.

My perspective on recovery completely changed when I began receiving treatment from Dr. Dana Grenman. My coccyx pain began to improve within two weeks of receiving adjustments. Dr. Grenman was able to immediately identify the cause of my discomfort and began fixing it. Her expertise with internal coccyx adjustments, her professionalism, and her kindness make her an extraordinary chiropractor.

Over the last year, Dr. Grenman has always remained positive, proactive, knowledgeable, and patient with my recovery. There is no one else I would trust more to treat my pain. Before meeting Dr. Grenman, I was hesitant to receive an internal coccyx adjustment. Now that I understand how quick and simple the adjustment is, I wish I had begun this kind of treatment sooner. I felt very comfortable having a highly skilled, female chiropractor such as Dr. Grenaman, perform this adjustment on me. I can now sit and lay down without experiencing constant pain. I can finally envision a life without chronic pain and for that I can only thank Dr. Dana Grenman. She has permanently changed my life for the better and I cannot recommend her services enough.

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