Chronic back pain can be a very debilitating problem. It can disrupt your entire life since so many activities we do rely on having a healthy back. Over 31 million Americans experience back pain at any given time. If you’re one of them, spinal decompression therapy may work for you.
There are two types of spinal decompression therapy out there, surgical and nonsurgical. We provide non-surgical spinal decompression. It is the best place to start to help avoid any unnecessary surgical procedures.
Non-surgical spinal decompression gently stretches the spine. Over a period of time, retracted herniated discs take the pressure off of the nerves. This opens up spinal fluid to help encourage compressed structures to heal. In a few sessions, chronic back pain begins to lessen as the spine corrects itself.
How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?
At our clinic, we may first start you out on the RX-2 machine for some back-strengthening exercise. This helps to get the lower back warmed up and ready for the decompression.
Then, we will fit you into the decompression harness. This fits around your lower back. Once fitted, you will lie down onto the automatic traction table. Based on your needs, you may be on your back or stomach.
The doctor will set the amount of weight tension. The weights start out light, but after more sessions, they will increase. All you need to do is lie there anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes. The machine adds and subtracts weight in timely intervals throughout your session.
You will feel the stretch in your spine and it may even tingle a bit. Many patients feel results immediately. Over time, with a few sessions, you will feel your spine opening up and sustained relief.
We Use The Lordex 3000 Spinal Decompression Machine.
NW Injury & Rehab Center uses the latest non-surgical spinal decompression technology. Thanks to this revolutionary technology, we see a 90% success rate in the treatment of low back pain.
- Success for conditions such as:
- Low back disc herniations
- Disc herniations in the neck
- Pinched nerves,
- Spinal arthritis
The technology and our doctor’s expert diagnosis attributes to high success rates. In fact, we have seen hundreds of spinal decompression patients make a complete recovery. Many have already spent thousands of dollars on medications, spinal injections, or surgery. Often this has left the patient with no change or oftentimes worse off than before. We are so glad they have found their way to decompression.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is very effective. But it often takes more than one visit to realize long-term results. This is why we combine the decompression with minor strength training. We see the best long-lasting results.
We hope you will try this revolutionary therapy because it works. Please contact us and book your session today!