CHRONIC NECK AND BACK PAIN CHANGES YOUR LIFE.
But there’s hope for lasting relief with Spinal Decompression.
Watch the video below to see some spinal decompression patient testimonials:
Five Reasons To Consider Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
- Bulging or herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet syndrome
- Failed back surgery
- Ongoing lower back or neck pain that is not responding to traditional spinal treatment by a M.D., D.O., D.C. or P.T.
What is Spinal Decompression?
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is a non-invasive treatment for patients who suffer from neck and back problems. A decompression treatment slowly and gently lengthens or releases pressure in the spine through repetitive movements by a customized treatment table. The table pulls and releases, creating a pressure change within the invertebral disc, surrounding soft tissue, and joints. This pressure change allows the disc bulges or herniations and nutrients to be pulled back into the disc. Rehydration of the disc and surrounding structures creates a physiological change which assists the body’s natural healing process. Patients typically experience significant improvement within 20-25 treatments. Research suggests that continued improvement is seen up to four years following decompression treatment program.
How Spinal Decompression Works
A Formula for Relief
Through the logarithmic stretch and release protocols of the decompression procedure, negative pressure is created in the disc over time. This vacuum effect draws any herniated disc material back into the disc.
When Negative is Positive
By reversing the effects of axial load or compression in the spine, increased circulation occurs which aids in the healing process.
The HillDT Difference
The Hill DT table is unique in comparison to other treatment tables. But it’s more than a table, it’s a comprehensive program. Seven sensors in the table continually monitor the patient to ensure proper treatment is delivered. Nutrients and oxygen rich blood are drawn back in to the disc. Since these areas of the spine are poorly vascularized, this is a critical component of decompression.
The Five Components of a Spinal Decompression Treatment Program
It’s a comprehensive program to create lasting results.
1. Pre-decompression treatment or therapy
Pre-treatment may include laser, infra-red, electric stimulation, hot packs or ultrasound therapy to pre-condition regions to be decompressed.
2. Hill DT decompression table protocol
Treatment with a specific programmed protocol unique to the patient’s condition to create a phasic physiological change.
3. Chiropractic manual treatment
Manual spinal adjustment or instrument adjusting techniques to correct mechanical and structural dysfunction.
4. Nutritional recommendations
Diet counseling and nutritional supplements to support restoration of the disc and decrease inflammation.
5. Posture rehab & core strengthening
At home therapeutic exercise or other additional neuromuscular rehab to assist in the healing and repair.
Is Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Right for you?
My pain was so bad that it often kept me from getting out of bed. My MRI showed a herniated S1-L5 disc. After four sessions of Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, the pain was gone! At the end of session 20, I had flexibility I had not experienced for 12 years. Only a short while ago, I thought invasive surgery was my only option. Spinal Decompression has given me my life back.
– Fred Gardener, Roanoke, VA
As a nurse, my job involves a lot of lifting. Recently I hurt my lower back assisting a patient. Because I work in the hospital system, I went the traditional medical route. After months of treatment, including physical therapy and spinal injections, I was no better. I finally tried spinal decompression and now I am pain free!
– Gina Johnson, Westwood, CA
I was out of work for 5 months last year with severe back pain. Nothing seemed to help me and I thought for sure I was going to need surgery. Then I found out about spinal decompression and after 25 treatments, I am no longer in pain and am back to work.
– Ron Jankowski, Baltimore, MD