Spinal decompression treatment for back pain has been designed to aid in treating lower lumbar back pain.
DRX9000® and DRX9000C® treatments provide relief to patients suffering from chronic back pain or neck pain.
The DRX9000® spinal decompression machine has been cleared by the FDA to treat many spinal issues. This includes herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, and posterior facet syndrome.
The DRX9000® is the only system available in its field to use a servo motor. It also contains nested closed loop feedback that ensures that the therapy stays true to each patient's logarithmic spinal decompression treatment.
What You Need to Know
Are you experiencing pain or discomfort due to an auto accident injury, work injury, poor posture, or simply growing older?
Consider spinal decompression therapy from an Orlando chiropractor. This can help relieve intradiscal pressure on your spinal discs.
Sometimes patients need additional help that a traditional chiropractic adjustment can’t correct. What we’ll do is evaluate you when you schedule to see if chiropractic care is right for you.
Below we’ll discuss what spinal decompression therapy is and how it works.
What Is Spinal Decompression Therapy?
Spinal decompression therapy is applying a low pressure, high frequency current to the nerves of the spinal cord.
The current relaxes muscles in the spine by relieving negative pressure. This allows the bones to become more mobile. Once the current is off, the muscles are stretched and relaxed then return to their normal state.
This is the same type of treatment used to relieve pain and treat other conditions.
Many conditions that cause neck and back discomfort can be treated with the right therapy. In addition, this therapy can be used to treat certain types of spinal injuries. The purpose of spinal decompression is to relieve pressure on nerve roots in the back and neck.
It can be used to relieve pain, in the shoulders and legs too, from correcting your underlying issue.
How Long Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Last?
Typically, spinal decompression therapy sessions can range from between 15-30 minutes per session.
How Many Spinal Decompression Sessions Do You Need?
It depends on your level of pain prior to treatment. Sessions can range over a 4 to 6 week period depending on the severity of your discomfort.
What are the benefits of spinal decompression therapy?
If we’re able to reduce pain in your body then these are the possible benefits of spinal decompression therapy:
Improved mobility and flexibility of the spine
Reduced pain and inflammation
Relieving symptoms of arthritis
Potential improvement in blood flow to the spine or limbs
Possible improvement in posture, balance, and coordination
Reduction in the risk of back fractures
Improvement in sleep quality
Possible reduction in the risk of depression
Potential reduction in the risk of falls
Possible improvement in self-esteem and confidence
When is spinal decompression therapy used?
Pain due to an auto injury, work injury, or other injuries
Indigestion and heartburn
Chronic leg pain
Is There Any Evidence of Spinal Decompression Therapy Working?
Spinal Decompression therapy has been utilized for over 20 years in the United States by thousands of physicians worldwide. Evaluation and treatment has been proven to be effective by PubMed and other reputable resources. We have also seen incredible benefits from our patients that seek treatment.
What We Use For Spinal Decompression
DRX9000® True NonSurgical Spinal Decompression®
This treatment is specifically engineered to provide relief of pain. This can be due to sciatica, herniated discs, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease and protruding discs.
So you’ve learned about our technology, what this can do for the spinal canal, and how this can provide relief from stretching the spine.
Do you want to improve mobility and flexibility in the spine again?
If so, then this is an effective option for you.
Besides pain relief, we highly recommend learning about this effective treatment to improve posture, balance, coordination, and sleep.
Are you dealing with pain and living in Orange County, Florida? We’re located in Orlando, FL just east of Windermere, FL.