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Spinal Decompression
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Spinal Decompression
Surgery-free treatment for herniated discs, ruptured discs, pinched nerves

Are you suffering from sciatica, chronic back or neck pain? Do over-the-counter pain medications fail to provide relief? Have you seen a doctor, and they diagnosed you with one of the following conditions?

  • Bulging discs
  • Compressed discs
  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Worn spinal joints (posterior facet syndrome)
  • Injured or diseased spinal nerve roots

If your back pain is caused by one of these conditions, then spinal decompression therapy can help you recover from the pain and return to your normal life.

Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical, non-injection, non-medication-based treatment option that slowly stretches the spine, allowing your body’s natural regenerative powers to heal the injured discs and tissues. The spinal decompression process will require regular therapy sessions over a period of time. However, once you’ve successfully completed your therapy, you will be surprised at how much better you will feel after your spinal decompression treatments are completed.

During your spinal decompression sessions, you remain fully clothed. Your body is fitted with two harnesses, one on the trunk of your body and one on the pelvis area as you lie on one of the doctor’s tables. Most spinal decompression treatments last approximately 30-45 minutes. Treatments usually last over the course of 5-7 weeks. A comprehensive spinal decompression session may require 20-30 treatments over this time period.

If your pain is so bad that you are considering back surgery, contact one of our back pain specialists for a free spinal decompression consultation. Remember that spinal surgery is extremely painful and invasive, requiring extensive recovery time. Before your back problems gets bad enough to require surgery – or if you simply want a non-invasive alternative to back surgery – contact one of our back pain treatment specialists and see if spinal decompression therapy could provide non-invasive relief for your back pain.