How Spinal Decompression Stops The Pain, Strengthens The Back And Restores Functional Use
As mentioned earlier in this report, the procedure provides relief of pain and symptoms associated with herniated discs, bulging or protruding intervertebral discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica and chronic pain.
The way it works is:
- Forces are applied gently to the spine in a manner which maximizes spinal elongation.
- First, paraspinal muscles, the muscles responsible with guarding the spine from injury, are relaxed.
- Once relaxation in these muscles occurs, applied forces spread apart the bony vertebra of the spine which…Relieves The Pressure On The Nerves And Intervertebral Discs
- Where this spinal elongation occurs, pressure drops within the disc facilitating movement of fluid carrying nutrients and oxygen inside the disc….it also sucks the disc material back towards its normal position away from the irritated nerves!
- A special machine is used for the initial part of the procedure. The advanced computer system of the machine lets us target the specific discs causing your pain and symptoms.
- Included in this first stage (where spinal pressure and pain is relieved) is: moist heat, interferential therapy, ice and soft tissue massage. When the full treatment protocol is finished…
Your Back May Feel As Good As New
Hundreds of people restored full functional health to their back using this procedure. The benefits which are many include…
- Non-surgical and non-drug. This could be the solution youve been hoping for. After undergoing this treatment, your back can feel better than ever. Without surgery or medication.
- Non-invasive. There are no invasive procedures associated with this treatment. Its simple. Its easy. It can make your back pain go away. Possibly for good.
- Painless process. Patients describe the treatment as a gentle, painless, intermittent pulling of your back. Its so relaxing…Many Patients Fall Asleep During Treatment
- Allows body to heal itself. The treatment works with your bodys natural ability to heal on its own.
- Increases flow of nutrients to injured area. By enlarging the space between spinal discs, an increasing amount of nutrients, oxygen and water flow into the injured area and facilitate faster healing…
- Strengthens the outer ligaments in lower back. This helps move herniated material back into proper place.
- Reverses intra-discal pressure. Through the application of negative pressure disc material is sucked back into its normal position. Thus, relieving the pressure on the irritated spinal nerves.