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SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY
Do any of these sound at all like you or someone you care for?
Endless doctor visits
Physical Therapy that might have made you feel good for a while
A cabinet full of ibuprofen, Advil, Aleve, Tylenol, or worse…
OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, or Codeine!!!
Spinal Decompression provides back pain relief in Atlanta
Spinal surgery is avoidable
Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy as performed in our office is a very high-tech form of traction. It is a highly successful, non-surgical alternative procedure for relieving low back, neck, and arm and leg pain. It is an effective treatment for
Injury of the Lumbar Nerve Root
Low Back Pain w/ or w/o Sciatica
Degenerative Joint Disease
Acute Low Back Pain; and
Post-Surgical Low Back Pain.
Why Spinal Decompression Works
This FDA cleared technology relieves pain by enlarging the space between the discs. The negative pressure created by Spinal Decompression releases pressure that builds on to the disc and nerves, allowing the herniated and bulging disc to eventually go back into normal position.
Intervertebral disc decompression is the only treatment that is truly most effective for severe cases of herniation, degeneration, arthritis, stenosis, and pressure on the nerve root.
According to a clinical study performed by the Orthopedic Technological Review in 2004, said that 86% of all cases experienced spinal pain relief with disc decompression. Don’t wait until spinal surgery is your only option.
Who Should Avoid This Therapy?
Spine-related injuries should be approached with caution. If you are pregnant, have a broken vertebra, have had spinal fusion or have an artificial disc or other spinal implants, you are not a good candidate for this type of therapy. Also, avoid this if you have had a failed back surgery or endured multiple surgeries without fully recovering.
If you have any of the following conditions, avoid this type of therapy as well: osteoporosis, osteopenia, spinal stenosis, spinal infection, spondylolisthesis, spinal tumor, ankylosing spondylitis, or any condition that may compromise your spine’s integrity or require you to take blood thinner medication.