Effectively Treating Back and Neck Pain
Most low back and neck pain can typically be managed through traditional treatment options such as rest, over the counter pain medications, other pain management therapies, physical therapy, chiropractic care, and even nontraditional treatments such as acupuncture.
However, discogenic pain caused by a damaged or degenerated spinal disc can be intractable. For these cases, addressing the underlying disc problem may be the only answer to lasting relief.
Unfortunately, the goals of most traditional treatment options focus on symptoms, the spine, or the structures around the spine. They do not directly address injured disc itself.
It is widely accepted that the ideal environment to heal a damaged spinal disc is to decompress, or reduce the intradiscal pressures of the damaged disc. In fact, decompression is the goal of many spinal surgical procedures.
Fortunately, there is now a procedure provided with the goal of decompressing the spine Non-Surgically.
SpineMED®, the world’s leading non-surgical spinal decompression system, is designed to target and decompress injured intervertebral discs through distraction and positioning of the lumbar or cervical spine comfortably - without the use of ropes, harnesses or pulleys. It is Licensed by Health Canada, FDA Cleared and provides a non-surgical, drug-free option for patients suffering from spinal disc problems like:
- bulging and herniated discs
- radiating leg pain
- numbness in the arms
- spinal stenosis
- disc degeneration
Non-surgical decompression has shown to be safe and effective for patients suffering from discogenic pain. Click here to see if you are a candidate for the new procedure.