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November 26, 2009 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-11-26

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Pain-Free

Last year, former Detroit Lion
and NFL Hall of Famer Charlie
Sanders felt his back tighten up
and tests showed damage to his
L4/L5 disc. Wheelchair bound
and in intense pain, he looked
at the options and chose spi-
nal decompression therapy at
HealthQuest.
"I did not want to have sur-
gery," said Sanders. "I had great
confidence in Cogan and this
technology. By the end of my spi-
nal decompression therapy regi-
men, I was pain-free and remain
that way to this day. I am happy
to be enjoying every minute of
living again."
He credits Cogan with perma-
nently alleviating his back pain
and has recommended this treat-
ment option to the Detroit Lions
organization.
"Too many people sacrifice the
quality of their life because of
an ache or pain that can be cor-
rected," said Cogan. "Our spe-
cialists correct the cause of the
problem instead of just treating
symptoms. We can often make
the pain go away for good, not
just until a prescription runs out
or an injection wears off."
Cogan is president of the Pro
Football Chiropractic Society
and a founding member of the
International Chiropractors
Association Council on Fitness
and Sports Health Sciences.
He spends most of his time
when not working with his 8-
year-old daughter, Dresden, who
he describes as "the light of my
life." He resides in Bloomfield
Hills and is a member of Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield. L

Carolyn Krieger-Cohen is a public rela-

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On-Site Stat Lab Facilities
On-Site CT Scanning and Ultrasound
Cardiac Stress Testing Available

Our most fundamental activity is the provision
of personal, timely and cost effective medical
care in a warm and friendly environment.

In addition to coughs, colds and infections
we commonly treat:






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Sprains • Strains • Fractures
Lacerations and Burns
Work, Auto and Sports Injuries
Eye Injuries

DR. VIEDER, medical director
at Lakes Urgent Care says
"Lakes Urgent Care was
created to provide patients
with a cost-effective, timely
alternative when they seek
quality medical care and
are unable to see their own
primary care physician."

tions consultant in Farmington Hills.

HealthQuest's Back & Neck
Solution Centers of America
corporate office: 24100 Drake
Road, Farmington, www.
backnecksolution.com . Call
(800) 356-9161 to schedule a
complimentary consultation
or to attend the Live Pain Free
Workshop, 7 p.m., Dec. 7 and 9,
at Ginopolis on the Grill, 27815
Middlebelt Rd., Farmington
Hills

www.lakesurgentcarescom

LAKES MEDICAL CENTER

2300 Haggerty Road Suite 1010 I West Bloomfield, MI 48323

(on Haggerty Road /List North of Aleiler)

248-926-9111

Mon.-Fri. 5 pm-10 pm • Sat., Sun. & Holidays: 10 am - 6 pm
(Internal Medicine & Primary Care Physicians from 8:30 am 5 pm)
Most health insurances accepted and MCNisa accepted

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