Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy

Introducing Spinal Decompression, the advanced solution for your low back pain!

At our facility, we are proud to provide state-of-the-art technology for the non-surgical treatment of severe lower back pain and sciatica. Our unwavering dedication to delivering top-quality care led us to incorporate the FDA-cleared Spinal Decompression technology into our treatment options. This innovative approach offers effective relief for back pain caused by various factors, including:

Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Really Work?

Exciting findings from a recent multi-center pilot study demonstrate an astounding success rate of 88.9% for our Spinal Decompression treatment! We utilize the latest Spinal Decompression Table equipped with cutting-edge programming, contributing to this remarkable achievement.

The study, approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB), was presented at the annual New York State Society of Anesthesiologists PGA meeting in New York City from December 7-11, 2007. Dr. John Leslie from The Mayo Clinic spearheaded the research, aiming to assess the effectiveness and safety of treating chronic lower back pain. The enrolled patients had been enduring an average of ten years of persistent back pain. The study yielded exceptional results, with a notable 50% reduction in pain scores observed after just two weeks of treatment. Furthermore, upon completing the entire six-week protocol, an astonishing success rate of 88.9% was documented, showcasing the significant impact of our approach.

How Does Spinal Decompression Work?

Spinal Decompression relieves nerve compression using advanced technology for low back pain and sciatica.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression gently stretches and decompresses the spine, generating negative pressures in the discs. This reverses pressure, creating a vacuum-like effect that repositions bulging discs and reduces pressure on pinched nerves. Nutrients, oxygen, and fluids flow into the discs, supporting healing.

What are the Treatments like?

During each session, a harness ensures optimal decompression. The spine gradually elongates as discs decompress, relieving pressure. The process is safe and calming. Discomfort, if any, reduces with subsequent visits. A safety switch lets you pause the treatment if needed. Each session lasts 18-20 minutes, varying per patient.

What is the Typical Treatment Protocol?

Standard spinal decompression involves 15-30 sessions over four to six weeks, adjusted for individual cases. Initial sessions often bring pain relief and symptom improvement. Upon completing the treatment program, most patients experience significant pain reduction and improved condition.

Why is Spinal Decompression Different from Traction, Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Manipulation?

While methods like traction, physical therapy, and manipulation can reduce disc pressures to approximately 40 mm Hg, it is only through spinal decompression that negative pressures within the spine have been consistently achieved. Clinical evidence supports the fact that spinal decompression can generate negative pressures as low as -110 mm Hg3 within the affected disc during treatment sessions.

Ordinarily, when forces are exerted on the spine, sensory receptors in the back trigger muscle contractions around the vertebrae and discs as a protective response against potential injury. However, spinal decompression circumvents this response by gradually and gently pulling on the spine, allowing the back muscles to relax over an extended period. This approach enables the repositioning of the discs without tension, avoiding muscle spasms and guarding.

It is crucial for patients to ensure that they receive treatment using a high-quality, authentic spinal decompression table administered by an experienced physician. Beware of imitation spinal decompression tables that may not offer the same level of effectiveness and safety.

Is it true that Research has shown up to 88.9% Success Rate for Spinal Decompression?

Yes! Over 10 research articles have provided evidence of the success rates achieved with spinal decompression, reaching as high as 88.9%. In a remarkable study presented by John Leslie M.D. and the Mayo Clinic at the 18th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management in Tampa, Florida, on September 5, 2007, the following astonishing statistics were reported:

The study involved a multi-center, phase II, non-randomized pilot study that aimed to assess the effectiveness and safety of spinal decompression in treating chronic lower back pain. The enrolled patients had an average history of ten years of chronic back pain. After undergoing two weeks of spinal decompression treatments, there was a significant 50% reduction in pain scores. Upon completing the entire treatment protocol, an impressive success rate of 88.9% was documented.

These findings underscore the effectiveness and potential of spinal decompression as a valuable treatment option for chronic lower back pain.

Is it true that Professional Athletes, Celebrities and Patients in their 90s have turned to Spinal Decompression and Cold Laser Therapy as a Successful, non-surgical option to Neck and Back Pain WITHOUT the use of drugs, pills and surgery?

Absolutely! Spinal decompression and cold laser therapy have gained popularity among various individuals, including professional athletes, celebrities, and even patients in their 90s. These treatments offer a viable, non-surgical option for addressing neck and back pain, without the reliance on drugs, medications, or invasive procedures.

Many people have grown weary of relying on pain-relieving pills that merely provide temporary relief and can lead to significant side effects. They have become frustrated with receiving injections that may initially be effective but eventually lose their impact or offer minimal benefits. Furthermore, the fear of surgery is prevalent among individuals who have witnessed friends or family members go through costly procedures, endure weeks of recovery time, develop scars, and face the risk of serious complications—ultimately experiencing "failed back surgery syndrome."

In contrast, non-surgical spinal decompression presents an effective and affordable alternative that is non-invasive and safe. It addresses the underlying causes of pain, providing lasting relief without the need for invasive measures. This approach offers individuals a promising solution to their neck and back pain concerns while avoiding the drawbacks associated with traditional medical interventions.