An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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With a series of non-surgical treatments you can begin to enjoy freedom from back and neck pain. Decompression is fast, effective, drug-free and safe. This exciting technology is cleared by the FDA and available to you today!
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Phase 1- Consists of a light therapy treatment. By pre-treating prior to beginning decompression, the patient benefits from relaxation of muscle spasms, and relief of minor muscle and joint aches.
Phase 2- Consists of decompressing the intervertebral discs relieving pain associated with herniated discs, protruding discs, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome and sciatica.
Phase 3- Consists of core strengthening exercises. Once pain has diminshed, it is recommended that the patient begins an exercise program to stregthen supportive core muscles and improve flexibility.
Decompression is a comprehensive program to relieve certain spinal dysfunctions. Mechanical decompression is a physical modality that has been used to treat various spinal dysfunctions since treatment techniques have been recorded.
Static decompression (Supine Position)- Many clinicians find static decompression most effective for addressing patients with disc bulge and associated root entrapment.
Static decompression (Prone Position)- Since the intervertebral discs are anterior structures, extension of the lumbar spine can result in a degree of unloading of the forces placed upon the disc structures. It is not uncommon for clinicians to employ extension postures and exercises to treat disc herniation.