Spinal Decompression vs. Back Surgery

One of the more common reasons a herniated disc patient seeks spinal decompression is they have been told they need low back surgery, but they are looking for a less invasive option. Spinal decompression machines are designed to treat lumbar disc bulges and herniations non-surgically. Disc decompression also may help spinal stenosis, disc degeneration, and Facet Syndrome.

The treatment process is 100% natural. The protocol is 20, one-hour sessions over a six-week period. You are on the machine for 30 minutes and then 10 minutes of muscle stimulation with ice.

Most of the patients we treat have successful outcomes. For those that don't, they are still whole and able to pursue other treatment options, even surgery.

On the other hand, if you have back surgery and there is any kind of fusion, cement, wires or screws, you are permanently disqualified from ever trying spinal decompression. Because of this, it may make sense for you to try spinal decompression first!

If decompression fails to deliver, will be out some time and money, but at least you will know. And the other thing is, not all spinal decompression treatment is the same. Just because a doctor has a spinal decompression machine, it doesn't mean they know how to use it. When it comes to spinal decompression therapy for disc herniations, EXPERIENCE matters.

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