Most people with back pain, sciatica, scoliosis or disc problems (such as a disc bulge, disc herniation or disc sequestration) often investigate Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression as they wish to avoid surgery. It is one of the most effective ways to rehabilitate the spine and the discs.
The main goal for Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is to relieve pain and Bio-mechanical abnormalities caused by a damaged and degenerating spine. A gentle traction-like force is applied to specific areas to help create a negative pressure within the disc space. This negative pressure helps pull disc material off the nerves, back into the normal physiological disc space. Thereby decreasing nerve pressure and pain in helping to restore normal nerve signal transmission.
One of the most important things that we do here at Burlington Spinal Decompression is adding things to our decompression protocol to enhance the individual’s recovery. Many different care methods are included in our decompression care protocol. If a person is only given decompression, they will get relief and will have increased mobility. However, this is not the longest lasting approach.
We add many things into our decompression protocol to ensure that we help break up fibrous adhesion’s, restore normal joint motion, correct alignment, re-teach the brain where to keep the vertebra and how to move the vertebra. Our care protocol has been developed through decades of neurological and spinal research and is one of the most effective ways to help disc bulges, disc herniation’s, scoliosis, sciatica, disc degeneration and radiating pain.
As of the writing of this blog, there is currently a reduced fee for the initial assessment. Normally, the initial assessment process is $197. However, we currently have a reduced fee of only $57 which includes the case history, a review of activities of daily life, orthopaedic and neurological testing, two state of the art nerve scans, and in-house digital x-rays. The second visit which is also covered by this fee is A complete review of findings where we also outline our care protocol and actually teach you how to read your own x-rays and any other images you may have.
It’s an extremely thorough process and really helps the individual understand the basis and severity of their case. Call us at 289-337-9969 to book your initial exam today.