Do you suffer from agonizing low back pain, neck pain, arm and leg numbness and tingling, etc.? Have you been told you need back surgery? Decompression Therapy is an effective treatment for these conditions. In our office, it is affordable and much less expensive than surgery.
Do you have a herniated disc, multiple herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, or any other type of spinal problem? Is your doctor suggesting surgery, Pain Management, or Physical Therapy? Have you tried Chiropractic and just could not get enough relief? Come see us and learn why we are so effective at saving people from spinal surgery.
Decompression therapy is an effective treatment for: Herniated disc, Degenerative disc, Facet syndrome, Sciatica, Post-surgical patients, and Spinal Stenosis.
Research indicates the disc is responsible for a significant number of incidents of back pain, leg pain, neck and arm pain syndromes. Since the disc doesn’t have its own blood supply, it doesn’t receive fresh blood and oxygen. Discs require “diffusion” created by motion and ‘decompression’ to restore nutrients and enhance healing.
As Southern Utah’s premier Spinal Decompressionist, I carefully screen all candidates for decompression before treatment begins. Our clinical findings suggest Decompression will create a relatively quick INITIAL response. Patients tend to feel a sense of relief (which can be direct pain cessation or centralization of pain and/or reduction of ache or stiffness) within 1-3 sessions. Full relief, if attainable through this passive treatment will usually be within 10-20 sessions.
Whether you suffer from Neck or Lower Back Pain, Cervical or Lumbar spine decompression can be delivered in a controlled and proven method. Decompression therapy is very affordable and cheaper than surgery. Spinal Decompression is highly recommended by Neurological Research. It was found that out of 778 cases of patients receiving spinal decompression 92% said that they showed improvement (Neurological Research; Volume 20, Number 3, April 1998).
Decompression is defined as reduction in intradiscal pressure. Recumbent positions (both prone and supine) decrease intradiscal pressures in comparison to standing and sitting. However focused ‘decompression’ (i.e. unloading due to distraction and positioning) has been shown to reduce disc pressure and enhance the healing response even further.
Not all conditions are amenable to decompression. If our screening method does not indicate decompression as beneficial, we will let you know.
Our success rate is much higher than other clinics due to our effective screening methods. Therefore, our treatment plans are highly effective, revealing success early on. Call today to take advantage of our special offer.