Spinal Decompression Therapy
Our revolutionary Spinal Decompression Table effectively treats Herniated Discs, Bulging Discs, Sciatica (Leg Pain), and Degenerated Discs in the Cervical and Lumbar spine.
Spinal decompression is a therapeutic technique used to treat various spinal conditions, including herniated discs. Herniated discs, also known as slipped discs or bulging discs, they occur when the soft inner material of a spinal disc protrudes through the tougher outer layer, potentially irritating or compressing nearby nerves and causing pain, numbness, or weakness. Spinal decompression aims to alleviate these symptoms by creating a negative pressure within the disc, allowing the herniated portion to retract and reduce pressure on the affected nerves.
There are two main methods of spinal decompression: surgical and non-surgical. Surgical decompression involves removing a portion of the herniated disc through an invasive procedure. Non-surgical decompression, often performed using specialized tables or devices, gently stretches the spine to create the negative pressure required for disc retraction.
What The Research States:
Several studies have explored the effectiveness of non-surgical spinal decompression therapy for herniated discs. For example, a study published in the "Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine" in 2014 found that patients with herniated lumbar discs who underwent non-surgical spinal decompression showed significant improvement in pain and disability scores. Another study published in the "Journal of Physical Therapy Science" in 2017 reported that a combination of spinal decompression and other therapies led to improved pain and function in patients with lumbar disc herniation.
Can We Help You?
Spinal decompression is a technique aimed at treating herniated discs by creating negative pressure within the affected disc to promote retraction and relieve nerve compression. It's crucial for individuals with herniated discs to consult with our Doctors to determine the most appropriate treatment approach based on their specific condition and needs.
An important part of the long term success of spinal decompression and our multi-step Protocol is to strengthen and stabilize the spine.
In order to ensure the most long lasting results we will test and measure your strength, range of motion, balance, coordination, posture, and muscle performance.
Then we will develop an individualized rehabilitation program with our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. This will help to ensure patients the most long lasting and permanent success with even the most painful and debilitating conditions and even when other forms of treatments have failed.