Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression (NSSD) puts negative pressure on each disc, to alleviate the pressure and pain associated with compression. When a disc is compressed, the inner material moves from its place between each disc, into the space occupied by sensitive nerves. When the nerves become crowded, the patient experiences great pain and pressure. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression takes pressure off of the nerve roots and spinal disc which allows the spinal disc to rehydrate and restore function to the body.
Surgery attempts to treat the condition by shaving the posterior portion of the disk to create room for the material that is crowding the nerves or metal rods and screws are drilled into your vertebral segments. We realize surgery is necessary for some conditions but not all conditions.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression eliminates the source of the pain, therefore eliminating the need for risky spine surgery and the subsequent months of down time post surgery.