A conservative therapy that can rehabilitate the disc without drugs or surgery
After years of research……
After years of research a new and effective procedure for treating the spine and disc has arrived. It’s called non-surgical spinal decompression. This FDA cleared technology is non-invasive, pain free and drug free.
Our practice is focused in the area of spine and disc rehabilitation. So you can be sure that you are in the right place. And although we use a variety of modalities, non-surgical decompression is our primary therapy. Primary because of the overwhelming positive responses that patients have with it.
Spinal decompression is a gentle and proven therapy effective in the rehabilitation of spinal disc injuries and is currently considered one of the safest and most reliable therapies available today.
We bring this therapy to you in the hopes that we can give the relief you desire. You may consider the therapy a viable and reliable alternative to surgery.
We truly look forward to introducing you to the satisfying effects of spinal decompression. We’re confident that your experience will be a positive and satisfying one.
How does decompression work?
Non-surgical Spinal Decompression is a pain free procedure designed to relieve pressure that builds up on the discs and nerves.
As pressure builds inside the disc it causes bulging of the gelatinous material inside the disc. This jellylike tissue can be placed under so much pressure that it can cause the annulus, or outer band of the disc, to rupture.
When the disc has ruptured or “herniated,” it may create pressure against one or more of the spinal nerves which can cause pain, weakness or numbness in the neck or back that can radiate into the legs and arms. Non-surgical Decompression creates negative pressure within the disc, causing the herniation to be drawn slowly back into the disc space, thus relieving the pressure, as it rehydrates the disc. Midway through the treatment protocol, the formation of Collagen begins to take place in and around the disc. These ‘sticky’ cells have the ability to form other cells including chondroblasts or baby cartilage cells. These cells help the disc to heal.