Spinal Decompression

Results May vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Below are merely personal stories and do not guarantee success.

An Innovative and Effective Alternative to Surgery
for Bulging and Herniated Discs

Spinal Decompression

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Spinal decompression is a noninvasive, yet very effective treatment that allows your spinal discs to heal naturally. Invasive surgery has the moderate risk to cause further trauma, develop more pain, and experience a longer recovery period. Rather than removing parts of the spine to create space for the discs to heal, spinal decompression uses a negative intradiscal pressure. We offer a FREE CONSULTATION with one our medical experts to determine if this amazing innovative method of treating back and neck pain is right for you!

Spinal decompression works by gradually stretching and creating space in the spinal column. This relieves the pressure on your discs, allowing them to retract and also allowing spinal fluids to flow more freely. The flow of nutrients, water, and oxygen into the disc tissue promotes natural healing. Over a period of several weeks, you will be able to resume your normal daily activities.

Spinal Decompression Can Help With:

  • A herniated dischappens when some of the inner gel pushes out of the disc through a break or crack.
  • A bulging discoccurs when the disc bulges beyond the available space in the spinal canal.
  • A degenerated dischappens when the disc loses fluid or the exterior of the disc tears or cracks.
  • Disc degenerationis sometimes accompanied by bone spurs (osteophytes), small bone growths that protrude from the vertebrae.
  • Sciatica is a painful condition that occurs when a disc herniation presses on nerve roots.

We offer spinal decompression to restore your spinal discs to a healthy and operational condition. Spinal discs provide cushioning between the vertebrae in your spine. They have two parts, a tough round exterior made of collagen fibers, and an inner network of fibers contained in a protein gel. Your spine contains 23 of these discs. When any of these discs become damaged, you will likely develop a painful condition like listed above.