Spinal decompression is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment for certain types of back pain.
"After suffering from terrible headaches for years, I was told by surgeons that I needed three discs in my neck fused. Not wanting surgery, I researched and found out about decompression. I have been seeing Dr. Farrell for a couple of weeks now and feel so much better with this treatment."
— Linda Hess
Decompression uses computerized technology that allows the spine to be slowly and gently stretched, taking pressure off compressed discs and vertebrae. Spinal decompression is one of the most exciting medical treatments developed in many years, since it demonstrates good statistical results for long term pain relief.
Non-surgical Spinal Decompression
A breakthrough technology developed by NASA, spinal decompression utilizes computerized technology to create a biofeedback loop between the patient and itself.
The computer reads and measures the amount of tension that the patient’s musculature is placing on the system. It is then able to adjust its force to accomplish what was once thought as miraculous results with:
- chronic back pain
- disc bulges and herniations
- spinal stenosis
- radiculopathy patterns