Medical Disclaimer

No advice

The website Elite Spine Centers offers general information about medical conditions and treatment approaches. The information has been carefully selected to enhance your understanding of certain conditions and procedures. However, we have to point out that the information on this website should not, under any circumstance, be used to self diagnose or as a guideline for treatment from non-professionals.

No warranties

We have excellent results with a large number of patients and are confident in our expertise. However, the information on this website should not be interpreted as a warranty for successful treatment. Healing is complex and depends on a large variety of factors. We make no claim, or wish to represent, express or implied, that the medical information made available on this website is accurate or complete to your situation.

Professional assistance

Elite Spine Centers was founded by Dr. Michael Bryant, doctor of chiropractic. All staff at Elite Spine Centers are chosen for their dedication to excellence and their genuine interest in helping patients. However, you must not rely on the information on Elite Spine Centers as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare providers. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on the website Elite Spine Centers to your situation.

Limiting our liability

While we provide the highest level of care for our patients and have improved the lives of thousands of people, we cannot be held liable for damages arising from your reliance on the information provided on Elite Spine Centers. Additionally, we would like to point out that the information provided on this website does not qualify the reader to repeat the information in a capacity of giving medical advice to third parties (for example your friends, colleagues or family members). Sharing information is always fine, but it must be clear that the information offered is strictly for educational purposes, not for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment suggestions. Author: Dr. Michael Bryant