Considering spinal decompression as non-invasive treatment for neck and back pain?
When you have chronic lower back pain that does not seem to get better with changes in your posture, rest, heat, massage or stretching exercises, you are likely searching for more effective types of non-invasive treatment for lower back pain. We offer spinal decompression to help relieve your lower back pain symptoms so that you can get back to doing your favorite activities. Our spinal decompression is a type of non-invasive treatment for lower back pain that is safe, effective and efficient at relieving your symptoms.
How Spinal Decompression Works
In our non-invasive treatment for lower back pain, we use state-of-the-art technology to apply traction forces to the affected area of your spine. During the procedure, you will lay down comfortably on a table. You may listen to music or just relax while the procedure is performed. The forces are applied on an intermittent cycle and do not cause any contraction of your muscles. We use the DRX9000 and DRX9000C systems to relax the muscles that support your spinal column. Once your muscles are relaxed, we then use elongating and stretching techniques to decompress your spine. This stretching relieves the buildup of pressure between the discs in your lower back.
We take the time to measure your spine and find the exact area where pressure is building up. The DRX9000 and DRX9000C systems are constantly monitoring to make sure that the right level of forces are applied based on your specific type of back pain. The application of forces is based upon the curvature of your spine and your level of pain. Most patients need about 20 sessions of spinal decompression over the course of approximately six weeks. More than 86 percent of our patients report that they are free of lower back pain six months after treatment. Some patients need more sessions of treatments. The treatments can be done in conjunction with electrical stimulation and other services that we offer.
Conditions That Benefit from Spinal Decompression
We use spinal decompression machines as non-invasive treatment for neck and lower back pain to hep patients with a variety of conditions. Some of the most common conditions that benefit from spinal decompression include bulging and herniated discs. We also use spinal decompression to help patients who have degenerative disc disease. Patients with sciatica, arthritis and other forms of chronic pain have also found relief through our comprehensive spinal decompression treatments.
Call today to find out how many visits it would take to relieve your pain and treat your condition.