Whether you are grappling with intense back pain or contending with a bothersome bulging or herniated disc, the quest for effective and enduring relief is paramount. Confronted with the prospect of surgery or reliance on painkillers, both carrying inherent risks, individuals often seek alternative solutions. Enter a non-surgical spinal decompression innovative, drug- free approach to alleviate pain and address disc-related issues, eliminating the need for surgical intervention.
Conditions It Can Help
Non-surgical spinal decompression proves beneficial for a spectrum of conditions including:
- Bulging or herniated disc
- Degenerated disc
- Severe arthritis
How It Works
The procedure involves securing yourself to our computerized decompression table, a methodical and gentle process that gradually stretches your spine before allowing it to relax. This deliberate movement creates space between spinal bones, fostering a form of “respiration” in the fluid surrounding the joint. This, in turn, facilitates the nourishment of the damaged disc while expelling cellular waste, thereby accelerating the healing process.
Embark on the path to enduring relief without the necessity of invasive measures. Contact us to explore how non-surgical spinal decompression can serve as the key to effectively addressing your pain or disc-related concerns. Our dedicated team is committed to providing a safe, innovative solution tailored to your unique needs, ensuring a journey towards wellness that aligns seamlessly with your aspirations.
Is decompression painful?
No, after the first session, you'll probably feel relieved almost immediately.
What’s the anticipated number of sessions required?
We usually recommend 15 to 20 therapies split over several weeks, but each patient is
unique. Our recommendations will be offered to you.
What frequency is recommended for maintenance care visits?
Typically, we advise patients to schedule monthly maintenance decompression sessions. However, certain individuals, considering their occupation and body weight, may find weekly maintenance compression more advantageous. Conversely, some might find that one session per month suffices for maintenance decompression.
Could you outline the difference between traction and decompression?
Traction involves constant pulling without any variation. On the other hand, decompression includes alternating phases: it pulls for a minute and 15 seconds, followed by a 15-second relaxation period. This cycle of pulling and relaxing continues throughout the entire duration a patient spends on the table, typically lasting around 15 to 20 minutes.