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Spinal Decompression part 3 Hump Day Realignment

Posted by on Dec 24, 2014 in low back pain, neck pain, spinal decompression, Video Blog | Comments Off on Spinal Decompression part 3 Hump Day Realignment

Last session on non surgical spinal decompression and this video on hump day realignment shows the neck traction part as well as the breaux bridge crawfish festival. Neck traction is important part of spinal decompression since that area gets bulges too. Have a little distraction with a good ol’ low budget Hump Day Realignment #spinalDecompression is also for #Neck pain and #bulges on this #humpdayrealignment post Click To Tweet Serving Parks, Cecilia, Lafayette, Youngsville, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and Arnaudville Dr Justin Trosclair...

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how does the spinal decompression actually help the body heal on a biological aspect.

Posted by on Dec 21, 2014 in research, spinal decompression | Comments Off on how does the spinal decompression actually help the body heal on a biological aspect.

I’ll keep this non surgical non drug spinal decompression literature review simple. In  the text description underneath the study title I will bold a sentence that is the highlight.  If that sentence is complicated then I’ll write a brief “translation” and underline it for ease of comprehension. This weeks review will be about: how does the spinal decompression actually help the body heal on a biological aspect.     Komari H, et al.: The Natural History of Herniated Nucleus with Radiculopathy. Spine 21: 225-229, 1996 77 patients verified on pre-post MRI with signs and symptoms of herniation, underwent non-surgical intervention including pelvic traction. Changes in herniation and good-excellent symptomatic improvements were noted in over 82%. The authors draw the conclusion improving the discs contact with the blood supply accounts for healing of herniation. Onel,D et. al.: CT Investigation of...

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how much treatment should I receive based on spinal decompression literature.

Posted by on Dec 14, 2014 in research, spinal decompression | Comments Off on how much treatment should I receive based on spinal decompression literature.

how much treatment should I receive based on spinal decompression literature. the Short answer for improvement with spinal decompression is 3-5 times per week for 20 visits. I’ll keep this non surgical non drug spinal decompression literature review simple. In  the text description underneath the study title I will bold a sentence that is the highlight.  If that sentence is complicated then I’ll write a brief “translation” and underline it for ease of comprehension. This weeks review will be about: how much treatment should I receive based on spinal decompression literature.   Gose E, Naguszewski W&R: Vertebral axial Decompression for Pain associated With Herniated and Degenerated Discs or Facet syndrome: an Outcome Study. Neuro Research, (20) 3, 186-190, 1997. A retrospective analysis of over 770 cases, many assumed to be unresponsive to previous therapies showed a 71 % good-excellent...

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Spinal Decompression part 2 Hump Day Realignment

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in spinal decompression, Video Blog | Comments Off on Spinal Decompression part 2 Hump Day Realignment

Part 2 shows the 5 different patterns to get the spinal decompression pain free results. Also highlights the saints and lsu championships .  #humpDayRealignment highlights of the #spinalDecompression pull patterns Click To Tweet Dr. Justin Trosclair, DC Serving Parks, Cecilia, Lafayette, Youngsville, St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and...

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pain relief was obtained for patients with disc bulges and herniations using spinal decompression.

Posted by on Dec 7, 2014 in research, spinal decompression | Comments Off on pain relief was obtained for patients with disc bulges and herniations using spinal decompression.

I’ll keep this non surgical non drug spinal decompression literature review simple. In  the text description underneath the study title I will bold a sentence that is the highlight.  If that sentence is complicated then I’ll write a brief “translation” and underline it for ease of comprehension. This weeks review will be about: pain relief was obtained for patients with disc bulge and disc herniation using spinal decompression. 70-86% of participants with disc bulge or disc herniation had satisfactory results with spinal decompression after 20 visits. —– Gionis, T. et al.: Surgical Alternatives: Spinal Decompression. Orthopedic Technology Review. 2003; 6 (5). “Results showed that 86% of the 219 patients who completed the therapy reported immediate resolution of symptoms, while 84% remained pain-free 90 days post-treatment. Physical examination findings showed improvement in 92% of the 219 patients, and remained intact...

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Disc Herniation and disc bulge are reduced by spinal decompression

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 in benefits, research, spinal decompression | Comments Off on Disc Herniation and disc bulge are reduced by spinal decompression

Disc herniation and bulge conditions are no match for spinal decompression. 90% reduction of the bulge has been shown in a couple studies I’ll keep this non surgical non drug spinal decompression literature review simple. In  the text description underneath the study title I will bold a sentence that is the highlight of the article.  If that sentence is complicated then I’ll write a brief “translation” and underline it for ease of comprehension. This weeks review will be about: Disc Herniations and disc bulges are reduced by spinal decompression. ——- Yochum, et al.: Treatment of an L5-S1 Extruded Disc Herniation Using a DRX-9000 Spinal Decompression Unit: A Case Report. Chiro Econ, Vol 53:Issue 2. Spinal Decompression Therapy “…allowed imbibition and complete reduction of the visualized herniation.” “Spinal decompression therapy provided an effective means of treatment for this patient’s symptoms...

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