The New Treatment for Low Back Pain… Spinal Decompression
Do you suffer from low back pain, neck pain, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, pinched nerves, sciatica, or even a failed back surgery?
Have you tried chiropractic, medications, pain management, painful injections or physical therapy without relief? Have you been told surgery is our only other options? In the past, a patient suffering from disc problems and severe back pain usually was given pain medications, instructed to refrain from physical activities, referred for physical therapy, and when they weren’t progressing they were sent for spinal surgery. Conservative chiropractic care proved very helpful in many cases, yet there have been some cases when surgery seemed to be the only options… until now.
Today, you don’t have to live with that pain anymore. Thanks to the concerted efforts of a team of top physicians and medical engineers, Spinal Decompression was developed to effectively treat lower back pain and sciatica resulting from herniated or deteriorated discs. Spinal Decompression not only significantly reduces back pain in many patients, but also enables the majority of patients to return to more active lifestyles. The video below shows a news report on spinal decompression.
Does Spinal Decompression really work?
Spinal Decompression has been proven effective in relieving the pain associated with bulging and herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica and even relapse of failed back surgery. Since it release, clinical studies have revealed an amazing success rate in treating lumbar disc related problems with Spinal Decompression. To read an in-depth clinical study on the effectiveness of Spinal Decompression, click here. Then visit our How it works page to see visuals on the science of Decompression.
Consider the Facts: Back Surgery vs. Decompression Therapy
- Relief of acute or chronic (long term) neck pain, low back pain and / or associated leg pain or numbness, generally within four weeks, and often after the first few visits.
- Successful for over 75% to 85% of patients.
- Return to work, school or other daily life activities sooner. No down-time after treatment.
- No hospitalization required, eliminating the risk of complications from anesthetic or infection.
- No knives, injections, narcotics or pain from treatment.
- Significantly less expensive option.
- Sometimes surgery in necessary, but many times it is not the only option available.
- After surgery, generally 6-8 weeks of physical therapy and reahave3-5 times a week required.
- Significant risks form anesthesia and infections, and a lower rate of successful result.
- The cost for back surgery is typically over $25,000.
- Even with good insurance coverage, a patient’s portion of the bill is often $4,000 or more.