Herniated or Bulging Discs
Spinal Decompression has been shown to be up to 89% successful in treating the symptoms of Herniated and Bulging Discs. Spinal Decompression creates a negative pressure inside of discs which can draw in herniations and bulges ultimately taking the pressure off of the spinal nerves. Pain levels will then be drastically reduced and numbness and tingling will eventually subside. Click on the Learn more tab to see step by step how this process takes place and what you can expect.
Sciatica (Leg Pain)
Sciatica is shooting pain down the leg often accompanied by numbness, tingling and sometimes weakness. Most often Sciatica is caused by a herniated, bulging, or degenerated disc. Spinal decompression has shown amazing results in treating the symptoms of Sciatica. Relief is typically dramatic in as little as 3 to 4 weeks. Click on the Learn more tab to learn about Sciatica, its causes, and your treatment options.
Degenerative Disc Disease
As we age or after injury spinal discs may undergo changes including drying up, thinning, dehydration and poor mobility. This process is referred to as Degenerative Disc Disease. Spinal Decompression successfully treats the symptoms of Degenerative Disc Disease by re-hydrating the discs, improving circulation, increasing disc mobility and increasing disc height ultimately taking the pressure off of pinched nerves. Click on the learn more tab to learn more about its causes and the options for treatment.
Spinal Stenosis is narrowing of the spinal cord canal due to bone spurs or bulging discs taking up space. Spinal Decompression can successfully treat spinal stenosis due to bulging discs. Spinal Decompression can reduce bulging discs alleviating the pain, numbness and tingling often associated with irritated spinal nerves. Click on the Learn More tab to see if Spinal Decompression can help you.
Lower Back Pain
Our revolutionary Treatment Protocol has shown to be extremely successful for a variety of lower back pain causes even when physical therapy, chiropractic, massage and pain pills have led to little or no relief. It’s important to determine the exact cause of your low back pain. Once the cause is determined then a specific treatment plan can put in place that will be tailored to your exact condition to ensure you the fastest, most long lasting results.
Failed Back Surgery
With surgery success rates between 25% and 65% many patients are looking for non-surgical alternatives to their neck and back pain. Many are scared to death to go under the knife with possible complications, risk of infection, and no guarantees that they are going to be any better afterwards. Whether you are thinking about having surgery or had a surgery that failed, Spinal Decompression may be an effective, non-surgical option for neck or back pain. Click on the Learn More tab to learn more about all of your options.