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Alpharetta Clinic Blends Traditional Medicine with Science-Based Regenerative Protocols for Non-Surgical Pain Relief

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Chronic pain affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life, impairing their ability to function physically and psychologically and interfering with the everyday enjoyment of life. Family relationships and careers can suffer, creating financial stress and damaging that person’s identity and sense of self worth.

Osteoarthritis accounts for nearly 25% of all visits to primary care providers and half of all anti-inflammatory drug prescriptions written in the United States today. Yet with all this focus on Osteoarthritis there are still only limited options for care, none of which have shown much promise.

People who suffer with severe pain, whether from osteoarthritis, knee pain, back pain,  joint pain, muscular/nerve pain, are forced to make many sacrifices in their daily lives and activities. 

Ready to take control of your health? Discover the benefits of regenerative medicine and physical medicine. Call us today at 678-566-3030!

It's Your Life... Live it in Health!

Dr. Jeffrey Lubow
Alpharetta Integrated Medical | Windward Healthcare Center |  678-566-3030

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  • "I have been coming to Dr. Lubow for 2 years now. He is the most professional Chiropractor I have been to. I have had back problems since I was about 18 years old and he is the best doctor I have had. Dr. Lubow is very understanding of me and has put up with a lot of my just showing up and not setting an appointment and I appreciate that. Even though he is a Philadelphia Eagles fan, I still come here. I hope your visits are as good as mine.

    Thanks,"
    Erik

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