Spinal decompression therapy was developed by a medical team that includes neurosurgeons, neurologists and orthopedists. It is one of the most effective ways to treat disc herniations without the use of drugs or surgery. The precise, gentle, computer controlled treatment promotes the healing of degenerated and bulging discs stimulating the re-hydration and renewal of damaged tissue. The vertebrae are distracted during treatment, unloading intra-discal pressures. As normal spinal function is restored, so are mobility and the relief of pain.
Spinal decompression therapy differs from other treatments because it is:
- Non-Surgical: has no side effects and requires no recovery time
- Proven Effective: certain studies reveal 92% of surgical candidates avoided surgery and reported a 50% or greater decrease in pain after undergoing treatment
- Gentle: treatment is comfortable, even relaxing
- Affordable: the total cost of a full treatment regimen is typically less than your co-pay for surgery, and easy no-interest credit plans are available for uninsured pain sufferers
Patients who suffer from any of the following conditions are candidates for spinal decompression therapy:
- Herniated/Bulging Discs
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Cervical/Lumbar Radiculopathy
- Posterior Facet Syndrome
- Acute or Chronic Neck/Back Pain
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The specialized spinal decompression treatment involves stretching of the spine and can improve posture, flexibility and daily living. It works by creating space and lowering pressure in the discs to cause an influx of healing nutrients and other substances into the disc that are important for improving functions of the body.
This lower back treatment allows the body to stretch in a different way that the patient would be unable to do at their home. After spinal decompression, patients will feel elongated and relaxed. Other therapies may be combined with spinal decompression such as massage, cold laser therapy, diet recommendations and exercises depending on the patient.