Discover the affordable, non surgical solution to chronic back and neck pain with high success rates.
If you are frustrated with:
- Taking pills that only temporarily mask the pain
- Side effects from pills
- Painful injections that worked the first time but now have no effect
- Doctors who say your only option is surgery
- Previous surgery which only ended up making things worse
Then you have come to the right page. Help may be on the way with Spinal Decompression Therapy. Medical doctors from Stanford and John Hopkins University show patients rate Spinal Decompression 8.98 out of 10 in satisfaction and 100% would recommend Spinal Decompression.
More than 90% of patients reported complete or Significant Pain Relief utilizing spinal decompression.
Spinal Decompression FAQs
What are the Treatments Like?
At the beginning of each session, you will be comfortably fitted with a harness designed to achieve optimal decompression of the low back or neck. During a session of spinal decompression, you will notice a slow lengthening of your spine as your discs are gradually decompressed and relieved of pressure. The treatment process is safe and relaxing. While some patients with extensively injured discs have reported mild discomfort during the first few treatment sessions, their discomfort subsides upon subsequent visits. A patient safety switch provides an extra safety feature, allowing you to stop at any point should you feel discomfort. Each treatment session lasts approximately 30 minutes. Individual patient results may vary.
Can Spinal Decompression be Used for Patients that Have had Spinal Surgery?
In many cases Spinal Decompression treatment is not contra-indicated for patients that have had spinal surgery. In fact many patients have found success with Spinal Decompression even after failed back surgery. After a failed Laminectomy or Micro Discectomy patients may still respond favourably to spinal decompression. If a patient has had more than 3 laminectomies then the success rate of spinal decompression will go down. If a patient has had surgical fusion with rods or screws or any type of hardware then patients may not qualify for spinal decompression. Always consult your Chiropractic Spinal Decompression Specialist to see if you qualify for spinal decompression therapy.