Non-surgical spinal decompression is a type of therapy that works to alleviate leg and back pain by stretching the spine. Click the FAQs button for more information, or scroll down to view our recommended videos.
If you have been told you are a candidate for surgery you may qualify for non surgical therapy. If you have bad pain but are not bad enough for surgery according to your surgeon, epidurals don’t work or wear off, physical therapy, massage, chiropractic acupuncture and pain management have not fixed the problem permanently you may qualify for non-surgical spinal decompression. Consulting with the doctor will determine if you are in the right place, a possible candidate and weather or not you can get your case accepted.
Although spinal decompression therapy is certainly a revolution in effective, non-invasive treatment for severe back and neck pain, it is not for everyone. Spinal decompression therapy is usually recommended for patients who have low back or neck pain, who have failed conventional therapy (physiotherapy and chiropractic), and who are considering surgery. Typically, the people who tend to have the best results fall into one of the following categories:
There are some cases where people should not undergo spinal decompression therapy. These include:
Eighty-to-ninety percent of patients who have been properly selected and comply with the Spinal Disc Decompression protocol will have good-to-excellent outcomes. Patient’s conditions that do not respond quickly to the therapy are often unable to be helped by anything quickly. Patients vary in age, sex and body morphology and may require counseling in weight loss, nutrition and other lifestyle changes.