Treatment Methods - Burlington Spinal Decompression

The care protocol used to help a person through Spinal Decompression is just as important as the technology used in the decompression process.

At Burlington Spinal Decompression we use all spinal images available to us to help us determine what the best care plan is for you.  If you have any CT, MRI or x-Ray images, we would like to see them.  Of course, we will take our own (in-house) advanced digital x-Rays to ensure you receive the best assessment.

We don’t stop there…

In addition to a full spinal exam and x-Rays, we also perform state-of-the-art nerve scans to assess how your nervous system is being affected and how best to maximize its function.

After the nerve scans, digital imaging and spinal examination we compare all of this information to the patient history and plot a course of spinal rehabilitation.

We create individualized spinal decompression plans for the person based on their individual needs.

Our spinal care protocols have greatly evolved over nearly two decades.  We use our unique technology, significant experience, advanced nutritional protocols, rehabilitation exercises and advanced clinical techniques to help you receive better results than any other spinal decompression clinic.

Our methods are so specialized and unique that we do not publically disclose our care protocols.  Our methods have been developed through nearly two decades of clinical experience and with the utmost care so disclosing them would be very unwise!

Our technology and care protocol combination is perfectly matched to help you get the best, longest lasting results of any spinal decompression clinic in the country.

Some of the questions we ask to determine the best course of care for you are:

  • What are your symptoms?
  • What problem can be identified in your spinal images? (MRI, CT, x-Ray, US)
  • What traumas have you endured?
  • What therapies have you tried?
  • How is this affecting your activities of daily living?
  • How will the condition change over time if it is not corrected?
  • How will the altered biomechanics and altered physical structure of the spine change as a result of correcting the problem vs. ignoring the problem?
  • How disciplined is the patient and how determined are they to help us help them?
  • How long will correction take and how dedicated will the patient be in helping themselves?
  • What are YOUR goals?