Spinal Disc Decompression Therapy

1. Back or neck pain or sciatica
3. Bulging or herniated disks or degenerative disk disease
4. Worn spinal joints (called posterior facet syndrome)
5. Injured or diseased spinal nerve roots

Treatment option and diagnosis is primarily based on history and physical examination.
Please bring the following items to your appointment: medical reports, X-rays etc.

Spinal Decompression is a non-surgical procedure that treats most spinal disc problems.
The procedure is meant to relieve pressure on the disc, and then let’s the body take care of the rest on it’s own.
Decompression therapy uses an FDA approved machine that gently stretches your spine out, resulting in decompression of the discs.

Am I A Candidate?

Depending upon the chronic back pain your suffering from spinal decompression might be perfect for you.
If you’re suffering from herniated or degenerative discs, spinal decompression is a great way it can help
It also helps to heal sciatica and spinal stenosis.
Relieves back pain
Relieves neck pain

How Can It Benefit Me?

Spinal Decompression is a great way to heal chronic pain.
It doesn’t use drugs.
It’s a non-surgical procedure.
It can heal pain, as well as numbness or frequent tingling.
Spinal Decompression has a very high success rate, with seven out of every ten patients getting pain relief without surgery or drugs.
Spinal Decompression is great for anyone suffering from chronic pain, whether you’re suffering from back pain, neck pain, numbness and tingling, it can help you relieve this issues without drugs or surgery. It’s a much most cost effective treatment, and has a much lower risk that back surgery does. If you’re currently suffering from any of these pains and have questions about your lower back pain and how to treat it, contact the professionals at Olympic Spine & Sports Therapy today, for more information.

Book Appointment by phone: +372 621 4797

In order to enable your doctor to properly evaluate your condition please bring the following items to your appointment: medical reports, X-rays etc. Please read what do need to know for the first visit.

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