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Three years of incredible pain and now it's gone

Deanna Williams is a resident of Peachtree City and a patient of Dr. Earl Snyder at Outcome Medical of Georgia. Like many people who have suffered chronic pain, she has tried many different doctors and has had many different types of procedures performed on her from spinal adjustments to epidurals, sacroiliac joint steroid injections, medial branch injections, and radio frequency ablation in an effort to find a solution for her pain.

“I was unable to sit down because of the pain. Each time I went to a different doctor, I would pray that this time I would get relief, and each time I left just as bad as I was when I started,” Williams said. “I was really frustrated, and then I read an article in the Citizen newspaper about Outcome Medical of Georgia and how they were using medical technology that addressed pain problems at the cellular level and reversing the symptoms. After my first visit, I could feel the difference. Now, in a few weeks, not years, I don’t hurt anymore and I can sit down. I have my life back.”

Dr. Snyder, the medical director and treating physician, said “we are always excited for our patients when they experience the kind of success that Ms. Williams enjoys. All of our patients come to us with long term chronic conditions, and they all present a major challenge to me and my staff. I am happy to say that we do see a large percentage of our patients become pain free and get their lives back.”

Dr. Snyder went on to say that he was “very excited about the number of new patients that are now seeking us out, and they have all suffered for a very long time, some for as long as 10 years or more.”

For more information, phone 770-487-0029 or visit www.outcomemedical.com

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