With the inception of the VAX-D and the SpineMed spinal decompression systems, patients now have a non- surgical option to relieve the nonstop pain they have been experiencing. If you are post-surgery and still experience pain and discomfort you may still be a candidate for this therapy. Our physician's will review your particular surgical case to determine your eligibility.
Decompression treatment is designed to relieve the pressure on the structures that may be causing back or neck pain generally associated with bulging of herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. Spinal decompression puts negative pressure on each disk, to alleviate the pressure and pain associated with compressed disks. When a disk is compressed, the disk material moves from its place between each disk, into the space occupied by the sensitive nerves. When the nerves become crowded, the patient experiences great pain and pressure.
With VAX-D patients are fitted with a pelvic harness and can lie face-down or face-up on an open-air table that will systematically for that persons condition apply tension in a smooth logarithmic time/force curve that allows the back and trunk muscles to relax. Patients find the treatment to be comfortable and relaxing, some even fall asleep.
While the SpineMed system offers both the back and/or neck decompression treatment. The patient is fitted to the table while lying on their back in a fashion that is custom to their particular symptoms. Again, tension is applied in a smooth logarithmic time/force curve that allows the lumbar and/or cervical muscles to relax in a comfortable, easy treatment. Patients using this decompression therapy have significantly improved pain and disability scores at the end of their treatment plan.
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***The treatment is a patented/FDA approved effective, safe and cost-effective procedure without the risks associated with drugs, surgery, injections or anesthesia.