Discover Non Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy

Non Surgical Spinal Decompression:  If you are suffering with chronic lower back pain you may benefit from a surgical alternative known as non surgical decompression therapy.

Over time, whether there is injury or neglect, the spinal discs in our back begin to degenerate, very similar to a garden not getting water.  When this happens, the discs become weak, and can tear causing a herniation.

If these disc injuries are not corrected, continued degeneration occurs until the disc becomes arthritic leading to symptoms such as back pain, leg pain, sciatica and even neuropathy.

Non Surgical Spinal Decompression works by gently distracting these injured discs so as to allow nutrients to be brought back into the disc.  Once this occurs, natural healing processes can occur.

Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

How IT Works

Spinal Decompression works by the technology decompressing the discs of your spine which leads to a negative pressure within the disc.  It creates a vacuum like effect which reduces the herniation.  The reduction of the herniation leads to a reduction in pressure off the nerve root.  

Understanding The Treatment Process

Once selected as a good candidate for our treatment, you will come in and be fitted with an upper and lower harness.  Then, you will lie down on the DRX9000, as the specialized computer-controlled table relaxes you.  Treatment takes 20-30 minutes, and your treatment plan will be customized to your individual needs and symptoms.

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Why Non Surgical Spinal Decompression At Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers?

As pioneers in healthcare, Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers prides itself on introducing and using the most advanced cutting edge treatment options available to you today.  We know being in constant pain can get in the way of your ability to work, study, and participate in your normal daily activities.  Many doctors will put you on medication or tell you that you need surgery without exploring the other possibilities first.

If you are looking for effective, non-invasive treatment for your chronic pain, our team may be able to help.  At Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers, we are proud to provide our patients with treatments that work when other conventional therapies have failed.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spinal Decompression Therapy

If you are experiencing chronic or severe lower back pain, you are likely seeking out a variety of surgical and non-surgical options.  At Connecticut Disc and Laser Therapy Centers, we offer a number of treatments for back pain, including pain management and non-surgical spinal decompression.  The treatment, using the DRX9000 has proven to be very effecting in alleviating lower back pain.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression (DRX9000) is appropriate for individuals who are over the age of 18 and have persistent or recurrent pain.  If you have degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, bulging discs, or have failed back surgery syndrome, you may qualify for this treatment.

Individuals who are pregnant or who suffer from particular infections or disease may not qualify for Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression.  The best way to determine if you qualify is to meet with our doctor to discuss your condition.

The treatments typically take between 20-30 minutes and you will have these sessions for several weeks.  Depending on your progress, we may decrease these sessions as the pain or condition decreases.

If you choose Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression for your condition, you may start to feel a reduction in your symptoms and pain within the first week.  A more notable change is typically felt in the second week of your care plan, depending naturally on your condition.

Unfortunately there are many different causes of lower back pain, including trauma, accidents and injuries, genetic disease, and the natural aging process.  Back pain is often caused by degeneration and herniation of the discs in your back.

Spinal Decompression Research

Interested To Learn More?

Here are some research studies on Spinal Decompression.  In order to download, simply click or tap over the image and the file will open or download for you.


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