Non-Surgical Back Pain Relief
Hope Health and Wellness is introducing the
Non-Surgical Anti-Gravity Spinal Decompression Chair!
Let Hope Health and Wellness help you get control of your back pain with this new anti-gravity spinal decompression chair designed by Japanese doctors. This is not your typical traction table. By lowering the seat of the chair, we increase disc space so there is no weight-bearing load on the disc. While in an anti-gravity position, we can reduce the pressure on your disc and nerves and increase your mobility. Additionally, core stability exercises can also be performed in an anti-gravity position further strengthening the muscles of your lower back.
KDT Spinal Decompression Therapy
Decompression Therapy effectively relieves the pain associated with disc herniation, degenerative discs, posterior facet, and other spinal related syndromes, by reducing the pressure on spinal discs and facet joints through unloading created by distraction and positioning.
This treatment helps patients avoid the risk of anesthesia, surgical complications, and the potential of failed back surgery.
Research to develop this procedure was conducted by prominent physicians, engineers and technicians at major teaching hospitals.
Decompression Therapy begins with a series of sessions typically 3-4 times per week. Each session is approximately 8-12 minutes. During each session, electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound, or therapeutic laser may be applied to help relax muscles and promote further healing of injured tissues.
It is administered to patients fully clothed either face down or face-up on the table.
After treatment, your doctor may prescribe specific exercises designed to help you regain proper control and strength of the stabilization muscles which can help create long term benefits.
Clinical studies suggest Decompression Therapy provides a majority of qualified candidates with initial relief within just a few sessions.
Decompression Therapy Treats
Decompression Therpay may be used to relieve peripheral radiation/sciatica and pain associated with:
* Protruding discs
* Bulging discs
* Herniated discs
* Degenerative disc disease
* Posterior facet syndrome
* Acute facet problems
* Radicular pain
* Prolapsed discs
* Spinal root impingement
* Degenerative joint disease
* Facet syndrome
* Compressions fractures
* Joint pain
* Discogenic pain