Do you suffer from any of the above spinal problems? Are you looking to avoid surgery? If so please read about our SpineMED® and Trition Non-Surgical spinal therapy program.
Our treatment program consists of two parts. The first part uses SpineMED® Non-Surgical Decompression therapy. It a has 501(k) FDA clearance and is shown to be effective in treating Bulging discs, sciatica, spinal stenosis, and neck/back pain. You can view the research on it here (article one, two & three).
When the discs in your spine are damaged they often pinch the nerves. This can cause pain, tingling, numbness, weakness or other symptoms.
These damaged spinal discs seldom heal because they remain under constant pressure from gravity, even while a person is at rest. Decompression is designed to reduce pressure inside the discs by gently separating or distracting the injured spinal segments.
Under distraction, pressure on the disc is relieved; thus allowing fluids, nutrients and oxygen to flow back into disc. This nutrient exchange helps the body’s natural rebuilding process and can accelerate the repair and eventually heal damaged spinal discs.
In addition, it helps pull back any portion of the disc that is pinching the nerve. This helps eliminate your pain and symptoms.
Decompression therapy typically takes 15 minutes to perform and the treatments are extremely gentle. It's not uncommon for patients to fall asleep during treatment.
The second part of the treatment program is to help the injured joint regain its normal movement. We will perform other treatments in conjunction with the Decompression therapy to accomplish this. As a result our patient outcomes have significantly improved (compared to the Decompression alone). Please don't forget to watch Dr. Sizenbach's video above to see how it all works.
Did you know Dr. Sizenbach went through decompression therapy?Click HERE to see his story.
To schedule a consultation to learn more about out treatment program please call 402-397-1800.
"18 Months later and I'm still pain free!"
SpineMED® Therapy is a Highly effective treatment for:
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"I was diagnosed with a bulging disc in my lower back. I could barely sleep throughout the night and the pain unbelievable.
After only a few treatments on the decompression table I can now sleep throughout the night and the pain is alot less. "
*Rich H., Bellevue, Ne
"I originally came in with severe lower back pain that went down to my knees. The treatments i tried before were just hands on adjustments that were short term relief. It didn't fix the problem for the long term.
After completing treatment i no longer have back pain and working has been alot easier.
I would recommend these treatments because it worked well."
*Scott R, Omaha
*"I didn't think this would work."
To see what she had to say watch Judy's (Omaha) testimonial.
"I came into the office with severe shooting pain down my right leg and paralyzing pain in my lower lumbar area.
After completing treatment I have virtually no pain. I can DANCE!
I would recommend these treatments because I can get out of bed and walk with no pain!"
*Testimonials Disclaimer: We do not guarantee results or promise a cure of any disease or ailment. Results will vary based on age of the person, condition, patient follow thru, damage to the spine, and many other factors. Everyone responds different to treatment. We do not claim that they are typical results that consumers will generally achieve.
Frequently Asked Questions About Decompression Therapy
1. What is Decompression Therapy?
Spinal Decompression is a non-surgical and drug-free treatment for disc related injuries of the neck and lower back. Spinal Disc Decompression uses computer-aided technology to apply gentle, non-surgical decompression to your spine, increasing circulation into the spinal discs and joints, thus helping to relieve the symptoms that cause pain.
2. How is this different from Traction or an inversion table?
When muscles that hold your spine together are pulled for to long they contract and resist. Since traction and inversion tables are a constant pull, the muscles often guard against this and resist. When this happens it cannot create enough negative pressure to allow the disc to repair.
Decompression therapy works by reducing this muscles resistance. This creates more negative pressure in the disc which ultimately helps it repair.
3. Do you use any other treatments along with the Decompression?
Yes. Decompression is just one part of our process. We incorporate other treatments and therapies to help speed up the healing process. Rest assured these treatments and modalities are very gentle and are designed to help the healing process.
We also will advise the patient on any stretching and exercises for at home care.
4. Is there any research showing the effectiveness of Decompression Therapy?
Yes. Please click on the link here to see research articles on Decompression Therapy.
5. Are the treatments painful?
No. Spinal Decompression is totally safe and comfortable for all subjects. It is not uncommon for some patients to fall asleep during treatment.
Spinal Disc Decompression has shown to be safe and without side effects or complications once abnormal conditions have been ruled out.
6. What Results can I expect?
It is unethical to guarantee a cure. But Results may differ from patient to patient based on many factors such as Age, condition, length of time, and other health factors. Often times a patient experiences some relief within the first few (3-7) treatments. Usually by the 12th to 18th treatment most patients have reported some remission of symptoms.
7. Can Spinal Decompression be used for patients that have had spinal surgery?
Yes. In fact many patients have found success with Spinal Decompression after a failed back surgery. Ultimately the Doctor will determine if Decompression therapy will be beneficial in your particular case.
8. Am I eligible for Decompression Therapy?
The most common types of conditions that are successfully treated with spinal decompression therapy are (but not limited to): Disc bulges (herniations, slipped, or bulging), sciatica (leg pain), disc disease, stenosis, arm pain, neck, and back pain. The best way to know is to call us for an appointment to see if you are a good candidate.
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