Treatments at the The Spine & Sports Clinic are specifically designed to treat acute and chronic neck and back pain, such as:
- Disc Herniations
- Spinal Arthritis
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Spinal Stenosis
Spinal Decompression provides relief by painlessly reducing the pressure within spinal discs. The vertebrae of the spine are slowly forced apart during Spinal Decompression therapy. As the vertebrae are separated pressure is reduced within the disc (intradiscal pressure) until a negative vacuum is formed. This vacuum pulls the body's own natural element from the wounded area and has even been shown to reduce the size of an existing disc bulge or disc herniation. Significant disc bulge reduction removes pressure off the spinal nerves and drastically reduces pain.
The treatment motion is computerize to provide gentle and painless decompression of the injured spinal discs. Decompression cycles between brief moments of pulling and relaxing (oscillation). This reduces protective muscle spasms that contribute to the poor success rate of outdated "traction" techniques. Spinal Decompression Therapy incorporates advanced angulated elongation methods to target specific discs of the spine. "Angulated Elongation" refers to the angle at which the healing decompression force is applied and allows the machine to specifically target the damaged disc; which allows the treatment to rely less on brute force (separating multiple levels with high force) and more on finesse (using less decompressive force to focus on a single spinal segment) to rehabilitate individual spinal discs.
Spinal Decompression Therapy is a pain-free alternative that has shown a very high rate of success at reducing and even eliminating back and neck pain altogether. If you suffer from chronic, debilitating, low back or neck pain, you owe it to yourself to call our office today to make an appointment to see if you're a candidate for Spinal Decompression Therapy.
Individual Resluts may vary.
Disc Herniation and Disc Bulges
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Degenerative Disc Disease and Spinal Arthritis
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