A repetitive motion injury (or overuse injury) involves doing an action over and over again, as with a baseball pitcher throwing a baseball, a tennis player hitting a tennis ball, typing at a comp ...View Article
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How it Works
Spinal Decompression zeroes in on the exact disc or joint that is causing your pain...then corrects it!
Unlike other disc treatments, spinal decompression therapy uses advanced computer technology to "target" the offending disc/s and relieve spinal pressure by applying a gentle, curved angle pull.
This precise, computer-driven manipulation is simply not possible with a manual adjustment by even the most gifted chiropractic physician. And although it is traction-like in some respects, traction can actually cause muscle spasms or contractions as a response to the "stretching," leading to further disc compression.
Spinal decompression therapy, on the other hand, uses state-of-the-art technology to prevent the contraction response for a comfortable, relaxing experience. (In fact, some patients even fall asleep during treatment!)
As a result, the treatment achieves true decompression by creating a vacuum inside the disc that draws oxygen and other nutrients in to aid healing.
By increasing the space between the vertebrae, decompression treatments dramatically reduce pressure on the discs, relieving inflammation and pressure on pain-sensitive nerves and fibers in the spine. This restores biomechanical function while reducing or eliminating your pain and releasing your body's natural healing powers.
Thinking About Back Surgery
Avoid Surgery with Spinal Decompression Therapy
If you're considering surgery, don't you owe it to yourself to try spinal decompression therapy first?
Studies show that as many as 40% of back surgery patients have unsatisfactory outcomes after 4 years.
Yet up to 95% of back problems can be treated effectively WITHOUT SURGERY-especially now that there's Spinal Decompression Therapy available to you.
Except in rare cases, most experts advise that you exhaust ALL other options
before "going under the knife!"