The Future of Spinal Care
Relief Through Decompression
Spinal decompression therapy is a pioneering, non-surgical treatment for patients grappling with the discomfort and limitations of spinal disc disorders, which often impact their quality of life.
These disorders often manifest as lower back pain, neck pain, sciatica, numbness, tingling, and the sensation of pins and needles. They pose significant challenges to patients’ daily lives.
In our clinic, patients are at the center of our care. Our team, led by the experienced Dr. Weiss, strives to provide relief and restoration to the quality of life through state-of-the-art treatment modalities.
Reimagining Spinal Health
Bridging the Gap Between
Traditional and Advanced Treatments
Recognizing the high level of expertise required in the field, our team undergoes advanced training programs, like the National Spinal Decompression Certification program. This continual professional development ensures our patients receive the highest quality care from a team at the forefront of spinal health advancements.
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Pain Relief Awaits
The Spinal Solution
Why Do People Have Spinal Decompression Therapy?
Your spine (backbone) provides support for your body. It consists of bones called vertebrae, with ligaments and spinal disks that keep it flexible. Your spinal column provides a nerve pathway that runs down the middle of these bones, ligaments and disks.
Spine injuries or degeneration (wear and tear) to your spine can cause pain. You might feel pain from compression in your spine that puts pressure on your spinal cord or nerves. Spinal decompression seeks to relieve the pressure to ease the pain.
10 Major Reasons to Consider Spinal Decompression Therapy
- Bulging or Herniated Discs
- Spinal Stenosis
- Disc Degeneration
- Facet Syndrome
- Pinched Nerves
- Failed Back Surgery
- Arm/Leg Pain and Numbness
- Chronic Neck or Back Pain that is not responding to traditional spinal treatment.
Benefits of Spinal Decompression
- Increases blood flow, improving nutrient supply into the disc.
- Decreases intradiscal pressure
- Promotes the regression of disk herniation
- Reduces nerve compression
- Facilitates disk rehydration
- Decreases pain levels
- Improves spinal mobility
- Reduces muscle guarding
- Enhances postural integrity
- Develops core strength
- Increases joint flexibility
- Lowers stress levels
- Boosts the immune system
- Prevents new injuries
- Promotes wellness