Spinal Decompression

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Alleviating Pain WITHOUT Surgery

Spinal Decompression is a non-surgical option that has helped many who are suffering from back pain.

Lower back pain and disc issues have become one of the most significant medical problems in today’s world. The statistics on the magnitude of the problem are overwhelming and the number of chronic back pain cases continues to grow each day. In fact, low back pain is the most common complaint presented to primary care physicians. Disc herniations, bulges and degeneration account for a large part of back pain and problems.
Non-surgical spinal decompression aims to relieve this pain by alleviating the pressure on the spinal disc and nerves. Doing this with surgery can be quite a daunting prospect since the spinal cord needs to be exposed and worked around to relieve this pressure. Alternatively, for many patients the Triton DTS and VAX-D machines can achieve the same results without any surgery at all.

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Traction Therapy

The Triton DTS spinal decompression and VAX-D tables use a type of traction therapy. More specifically, a “dis-traction” method, that instead of pulling on the whole spinal column at once, it can isolate the problem areas and focus the treatment with a series of oscillating pulling and relaxing movements. This method allows the damaged disc some space to breathe as the vertebrae on either side will now be further apart.
Triton DTS and VAX-D are both forms of motorized traction that are used to stretch the lower back. (VAX-D is an acronym for Vertebral Axial Decompression.)

If you are suffering from a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome and radicular (nerve root) pain or bulging discs that are degenerated along with sciatica, we are offering you a free disc consultation to determine if you are a candidate who may benefit from non-surgical spinal decompression and avoid the merry-go-round of drugs, non-specific treatments and worst of all, spinal surgery.