If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffer from chronic back or neck pain, you know how debilitating it can be. From lost work to limiting leisure activities to considering surgery. Burning, shooting pain, or constant spasms can make even the simplest movement difficult. At times just finding a comfortable resting position is virtually impossible.
Traditional treatment starts with medications and bed rest, and ends with the prospect of surgery, which is a painful, expensive and often frightening experience. Treatments such as hot/cold therapy, epidural injections and other therapeutic techniques offer only limited relief.
Perhaps you have already undergone surgery, and still suffer periods of intense pain and frustration. The quality of your life is impaired, precious time and money wasted, and your pain dilemma persists.
WHAT IS THE SOLUTION?:
3D Active Trac Vertebral Axial Decompression.
This is a non-surgical, cost-effective treatment option that is completely safe and painless.
How does it work?
Over time the discs in our spine degenerate and lose their height due to water loss. Spinal decompression provides an axial force that gently pulls on the spine alleviating pressure allowing the vertebral discs to rehydrate, which alleviates neck and low back pain.
What does it treat?
- Herniated discs
- Degenerated Disc Disease (DDD)
- Neck pain
- Low back pain
- Spinal Stenosis
- Spinal Stenosis
- Whiplash Facet syndrome
- Arm & leg pain, numbness or tingling
- Failed neck and low back surgeries
What results can I expect?
After only 3 weeks of care, clinical studies have shown outstanding results in relieving debilitating pain.
Pre-and post-MRI’s have shown a 50% reduction in the size and extent of herniation after 4 weeks of treatment or 20 total sessions.
It is also proven 80% effective in relieving lower back pain.
Contact our office at (260)338-1700 to experience pain relief today!
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