“If You Or A Loved One Suffers From Chronic Low Back Or Neck Pain Or Neuropathy, Then Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Can Help You”

 

Spinal Decompression System Has Helped Thousands Of People Eliminate Their Pain And Get Their Life Back

spinal-decompression-tableIf you’re like many of the patients we see today, you suffer from back pain, neck pain, or hip and leg pain.  And chances are you’ve probably already tried many different treatments, like pain pills, injections, rest, stretches, exercises, physical rehab, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, and maybe even surgery.  And if you’re like some people, nothing’s worked.  You still suffer with pain and your quality of life is not what it used to be.
This is not surprising because some people just don’t respond to traditional pain relieving treatments for their back pain. In my search for a better way to help patients with back and neck pain, I came across a new treatment system for the back and neck. 
It is safe, drugless, and comfortable.  It’s called spinal decompression. I’ve found spinal decompression to be an excellent treatment for the discs and low back.  I’ve personally been able to help hundreds of patients get out of pain and enjoy a pain free lifestyle.
What you need to know is that most back pain is caused by injury or damage to the discs.  The discs are the cushions in between all of the spinal bones.  When there is damage to the discs, it can lead to pain, sciatica, muscle stiffness and a host of other symptoms.  The problem has always been finding a way to heal discs without doing something invasive like injections or surgery. Spinal decompression solves that problem. 

Spinal decompression allows you to eliminate pain and heal your back without surgery or injections.
Let’s talk a little bit more about the discs in your spine.  Unlike other structures in your body, discs don’t have a good blood supply, so once they are damaged, they don’t heal well.  Once a disc gets injured, torn, or starts to degenerate, it loses its hydration and starts to become brittle and dry.  This leads to further damage and pain.

Dr Trosclair checking the settings on Spinal Decompression, St Martin Parish
Dr Trosclair checking the settings on Spinal Decompression, Lafayette,LA

The DTS spinal decompression system that we have in our office allows you to gently and safely put tension in the lower back or neck to create what’s called a “negative pressure” inside the injured discs.  This negative pressure creates a vacuum effect that actually draws the bulging or “slipped” disc material back to its normal position.  It also brings fluid into the disc to help it re-hydrate and heal.
spinal-decompression-1Unlike other treatments, spinal decompression actually makes the discs healthier.  Medication and injections only cover up the pain but do nothing to actually heal the spine and discs.

Spinal decompression has been a great addition to my practice.  For more information, call our office and schedule a free consultation and office tour.  I’ll show you the DTS decompression table, we can talk about the problems you are having, and I’ll personally answer any questions that you have.  I’d love to help!

Non surgical spinal decompression for the treatment of neuropathy in the feet and radiculopathy into the hands


Non surgical spinal decompression is an effective, minimally invasive treatment for relieving chronic pain and discomfort caused by neuropathy in the feet or radiculopathy into the hands. This revolutionary therapy is a safe, non-invasive solution for those suffering from pain and discomfort associated with these conditions that is both comfortable and effective. Spinal decompression therapy works by gently stretching the spine to relieve pressure on the discs, nerves, and joints of the spine. This can help to reduce pain and improve movement in the affected areas. In addition, this therapy can help to reduce inflammation, improve range of motion, and enhance overall quality of life. By using this treatment, patients have the ability to avoid the risks and discomfort associated with more invasive procedures, such as surgery.

Overview of Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

Non surgical spinal decompression is a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment that uses gentle traction in order to relieve pressure on the discs, nerves, and joints of the spine, allowing them to function properly again. This gentle traction reduces pain and improves movement in the affected areas. In addition, this treatment can help to reduce inflammation, improve range of motion, and enhance overall quality of life. By using this treatment, patients have the ability to avoid the risks and discomfort associated with more invasive procedures, such as surgery.


Conditions that Non Surgical Spinal Decompression Can Treat

 Neuropathy is a condition that causes numbness and tingling in the feet and sometimes in the hands. It is caused by damage to the nerves, which can lead to a loss of sensation, muscle weakness and loss of balance. Decompression therapy can help to reduce the symptoms associated with neuropathy in the feet or hands.
Radiculopathy occurs when the nerve root is compressed, causing pain and discomfort into the hands and fingers. In some cases, it can also lead to muscle weakness or loss of function. Decompression therapy can help to reduce the symptoms associated with radiculopathy into the hands.

How Non Surgical Spinal Decompression Works & Benefits

Non surgical spinal decompression is a safe and effective treatment that uses gentle traction (negative pressure) in order to relieve pressure on the discs, nerves, and joints of the spine, allowing them to function properly again. This gentle traction reduces pain and improves movement in the affected areas. In addition, this treatment can help to reduce inflammation, improve range of motion, and enhance overall quality of life. By using this treatment, patients have the ability to avoid the risks and discomfort associated with more invasive procedures, such as surgery.
Decompression therapy works to relieve pressure from the discs. The discs are essentially cushions that sit between the vertebrae in the spine. When torn it can cause inflammation, which leads to pain, stiffness, and decreased mobility. Decompression therapy gently stretches the spine, which helps to relieve the pressure on the discs by creating a negative pressure and allows them to heal.

Risks and Side Effects of Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

 Patients may experience mild discomfort during treatment, which can be easily treated with over-the-counter pain medication. There is a low risk of injury or complications during decompression therapy, and there is little to no long-term damage associated with this treatment. However, patients who have an active infection, who have had a recent spinal surgery, or who have an unstable spine should not use decompression therapy. Additionally, this treatment is not suitable for pregnant patients. Of course we will talk over any risk factors you have to make sure it is as safe as possible.


What to Expect During and After Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

During the treatment, patients will lie on a table with hips and chest wrapped in a vest like apparatus. The problem area (neck or back) is attached to a computerized wench for lack of a better description and it will gently traction the area with a predetermined amount of weight. All you have to do is relax, breathe and enjoy the 10-20 minute session.


How Long Non Surgical Spinal Decompression Takes

The length of treatment will vary from patient to patient. The average treatment length is about 10-30 minutes per session, two – three times per week for about eight weeks.


Cost of Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

The cost of decompression therapy includes not only the adjustment, specialized massage and exercises, but also the 10-30 minute decompression table. It’s time intensive so its $175 each.


Alternatives to Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

While decompression therapy is a safe and effective treatment, it is not suitable for all patients. Patients who have an active infection, who have had a recent spinal surgery, or who have an unstable spine should not use decompression therapy. Additionally, this treatment is not suitable for pregnant patients. We can try a special taping similar to the scoliosis taping Dr. Justin does combined with special exercises, vibration massage and adjustments.