The evolution of spinal decompression

September 20th 2011

Traditional traction therapy is one of the oldest techniques for managing back and even neck pain. Centuries old, this treatment method is based on relieving pressure from the spinal discs and nerves by suspending the weight of the lower body and letting gravity take its course.
Although traction has been effective for the short-term relief of pain for centuries, it does not target the specific root of the problem nor promote the healing or restorative process.
Today’s method of choice – although much more sophisticated – is actually based on the age-old passive practice of traction therapy. In fact, you could say that the treatment method for back and neck pain has evolved alongside our understanding of the spine and spinal disorders.

Spinal decompression is advanced traction.

Spinal decompression utilizes specialized sensors and computer-controlled movement patterns. Through the use of this state-of-the-art technology, the spine is elongated utilizing targeted pressure tactics that help to rehabilitate the damaged cartilage of the disc and spinal tissue.
In combining our advanced understanding of the spine with spinal decompression’s comprehensive and efficacious treatment method, we’re able to tailor the pull-release movements for customized treatments.
Spinal decompression treatments provide a safe and surgery-free method for restoring spinal health. The underlying benefit of this progressive method is peace of mind and an enhanced quality of life.

The evolution of spinal decompressionTraditional traction therapy is one of the oldest techniques for managing back and even neck pain. Centuries old, this treatment method is based on relieving pressure from the spinal discs and nerves by suspending the weight of the lower body and letting gravity take its course. Although traction has been effective for the short-term relief of pain for centuries, it does not target the specific root of the problem nor promote the healing or restorative process.Today’s method of choice – although much more sophisticated – is actually based on the age-old passive practice of traction therapy. In fact, you could say that the treatment method for back and neck pain has evolved alongside our understanding of the spine and spinal disorders.Spinal decompression is advanced traction. Spinal decompression utilizes specialized sensors and computer-controlled movement patterns. Through the use of this state-of-the-art technology, the spine is elongated utilizing targeted pressure tactics that help to rehabilitate the damaged cartilage of the disc and spinal tissue.In combining our advanced understanding of the spine with spinal decompression’s comprehensive and efficacious treatment method, we’re able to tailor the pull-release movements for customized treatments.Spinal decompression treatments provide a safe and surgery-free method for restoring spinal health. The underlying benefit of this progressive method is peace of mind and an enhanced quality of life.

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