Non-surgical and drug free.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is a safe, drug-free treatment that helps stimulate healing within the spinal discs. This innovative technology has helped our doctors attain lasting results for patients with the most severe chronic back and neck pain. Since 2008, our doctors have offered this specialized care to those suffering from unresolved neck or back pain, failed surgeries, and other spinal related conditions that have not responded to traditional approaches.
If you experience neck or low back pain, degenerative disc disease, herniated or bulging discs, facet syndrome, or numbness and tingling in the arms or legs, spinal decompression could help you. We get results when other treatment options have failed.
Spinal Decompression alleviates symptoms and actually helps the body heal unlike drugs that only mask the symptoms.
Research indicates that 91% of our patients reported a 70% or better improvement in their condition after treatment.
Spinal decompression gently relieves pressure and engages the body’s natural healing process eliminating the need for surgery.
How it works.
Decompression therapy is an alternative to surgery that works by gently lengthening and releasing the spine, creating negative pressures within the spinal discs. This reversal of pressure creates a vacuum within the disc space and helps to pull the bulging disc material back into place, taking the pressure off pinched nerves and surrounding soft tissue. Nutrients, oxygen, and fluids are also pulled back into the disc. This process is accomplished while you are comfortably resting on your back. Advanced software monitors your body’s response to care to allow for decompression at a rate just right for you.
Safe and effective.
Chiropractic care is proven to be safe and effective, and has stood the test of time. Research supports its use for a variety of conditions, including headache, back and neck pain, as well as shoulder, arm, and leg pain. Adjustments may be associated with a “cracking” or “popping” sound. Contrary to popular belief, this is not caused by the bone, but by fluid shifting within the joint.