Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT) is a targeted treatment for chronic pain related to unhealed injuries around:
Regenerative Injection Therapy primarily treats joint and chronic pain, as well as muscle injuries. Treatments encompass the injection of a natural solution, some including your own plasma, into the affected muscle tissue.
Regenerative Injection Therapy helps repair your tendons and ligaments by promoting healing and new, healthy tissue to form.
When you injure tissue, it sends a signal to the body to facilitate the healing process.
As part of this process, your body removes damaged tissue and replaces it with new, healthy tissue, creating a painful inflammatory state.
Anti-inflammatories or steroids treat the pain of inflammation, but may restrict the healing process.
Regenerative Injection Therapy duplicates the normal, tissue-healing process by injecting a substance into the tissue that activates your body’s natural healing capacity.
Regenerative Injection Therapy benefits include:
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is facilitated by injecting a biological concentrate of your own platelets, called a tissue graft, into the damaged area using ultrasound-guided injection technology. The graft is embedded into your damaged or diseased tissue to accelerate recovery.
To grow the tissue graft, we draw your blood—comparable to a routine blood test—and place it in a special centrifuge machine. This machine creates a tissue graft of platelets, rich in growth factors and inflammatory mediators essential for healing wounds.
Since the PRP Graft includes at best 6 times the concentration of your own platelets and growth factors, it helps expedite tissue repair and regeneration.
Most people require 2 to 3 injections every 6 to 8 weeks.
During your Regenerative Injection Therapy appointment, the Doctor will apply a local anesthetic to the site where he or she will inject the solution.
After your appointment, it is normal to feel small amounts of pain or soreness, and experience inflammation at the injection site. Do not engage in any rigorous activity immediately after your appointment or while you are undergoing injection treatment.
Doctors advise taking acetaminophen for the pain, and applying ice or heat as needed. Any discomfort usually lasts up to 5 days. If your pain persists, make a follow up appointment before your next injection appointment.
“Can a Chiropractor correct Scoliosis?” It’s a common inquiry from potential patients and skeptics alike. We frequently hear this question from people who have had a bad experience with a Chiropractor (or two) in the past. Perhaps they were promised something that wasn’t delivered. Or perhaps their Chiropractor wasn’t clear about what they were actually promising from the onset.
We think that a Chiropractor can help you drastically improve your quality of life. But answering the question, “Can a Chiropractor correct Scoliosis?” necessitates further investigation.
It’s imperative to understand from the onset that Scoliosis is completely treatable. But it isn’t technically “curable.” Scoliosis is sometimes compared to Diabetes since it’s a condition that necessitates ongoing care. It’s essential to reexamine your thinking from the short term to the long term. This is going to be an ongoing battle that you’ll probably be fighting the rest of your life.
With that in mind, if you find the right approach to managing your Scoliosis, you can live a wonderful life with minimal limitations. As long as you stay dedicated to the plan you develop with your doctor, you can significantly enhance the quality of your life without bracing or surgery.
Treatment options that promise a quick fix for Scoliosis unfortunately seldom deliver meaningful results. It’s easy to promise a quick fix, but it’s a lot harder to actually deliver. Many of these approaches ultimately have little impact on quality of life and, more often than not, actually markedly exacerbate a patient’s situation.
Scoliosis is a unique condition that requires a unique approach. Regrettably, many Chiropractors try to treat Scoliosis as they would any other spinal condition. But with Scoliosis, that won’t yield the desired results.
We often remark, “you can’t be a better clinician than you are a diagnostician.” What we mean is you can’t treat something you can’t effectually diagnose. Most Chiropractors simply aren’t trained or equipped to effectively diagnose issues related to Scoliosis. Consequently, it’s easy to miss the underlying root causes, in addition to related issues such as instability of the surrounding ligaments.
Successful diagnosis is a central piece of developing a treatment plan that’s right for you and apt to provide results. From there, you can move into treatment.
Conventionally, Chiropractors look for “stuck” joints in the spine and try to make them “unstuck.” But with Scoliosis, joint mobility isn’t the major issue. It’s the location of the joints that’s off. Treating Scoliosis with a conventional Chiropractic approach can actually place more pressure on the spinal joints, exacerbate the surrounding nerves and cause Scoliosis worsening over an extended period.
First and foremost, the joints of the spine must be repositioned. But for any long term benefit to occur, there’s a whole lot more that needs to accompany this repositioning. Your muscles need to be relaxed. Your brain needs to be retrained to use the muscles and spinal joints differently than it’s become accustomed to. In order for Scoliosis to be effectively treated, all of these things need to be happening together. In practice, this usually means Scoliosis Massages, stretches and exercises, in addition to Scoliosis-specific adjustments.
We examine how rigid the spine is that we’re working with. This gives us a sense of how much preliminary work needs to transpire before we can successfully begin repositioning the spine.
But we concentrate on more than just discs, muscles and bones. We also consider the nerves in your spine. We consider at how much tension is being placed on these nerves. Some theories of Scoliosis believe it develops to relieve tension being placed on the nerves of the spine. While there’s debate about nerve tension as a root cause of Scoliosis, we believe it’s a major player not only in the shape of the spine, but also your quality of life. By relieving nerve tension, we can help you feel better more quickly as we move work to treat the shape of your spine.
Sensorimotor Integration (or “SMI”) indicates how well your brain is able to communicate with your body. Miscommunication between the brain and body can cause all kinds of issues, including Scoliosis. Correcting Scoliosis requires us to retrain the brain to use the body, especially the spine, in ways it’s grown unaccustomed to.
This assessment typically includes a series of balance-related tests to see how well things are aligned from the onset. We repeat these tests throughout a standard treatment to gauge improvement. This is a major aspect of treatment that many conventional Chiropractors miss when it comes to successfully treating a patient with Scoliosis.
This is possibly the most important aspect we consider when ascertaining how much progress we’ll be able to make with a new patient with Scoliosis. Your dedication level will be one of the most important factors in how much enhancement you’ll see in your quality of life.
Treating your Scoliosis is like a visit to the Dentist. Most of the “hard work” when it comes to oral hygiene doesn’t occur at the Dentist’s office. It occurs in your own home. The same is true when treating your Scoliosis. If you remain committed to your treatment plan, you’re much more apt to experience the benefits of Chiropractic procedures.
Chiropractic Care is health management for the spinal column, discs, related nerves and bone geometry without drugs or surgery. It encompasses the art and science of adjusting misaligned joints of the body, particularly of the spine, which reduces spinal nerve stress and encourages health throughout the body.
There are no recognized contraindications to Chiropractic Care throughout pregnancy. All Chiropractors are trained to work with women who are pregnant. Investing in the fertility and pregnancy wellness of women who are pregnant or trying to conceive is conventional care for most Chiropractors.
A select few Chiropractors are interested in prenatal and postnatal care and obtain additional training. Following are designations of Chiropractors who have taken advanced steps in working with patients on infertility and pregnancy wellness.
A Chiropractor who is trained in the requirements of pregnant women will also provide you with exercises and stretches that are safe to use during pregnancy.
Throughout pregnancy, there are several physiological and endocrinological changes that transpire in preparation for creating the environment for the developing baby.
Creating pelvic balance and alignment is another reason to obtain Chiropractic Care during pregnancy.
When the pelvis is misaligned, it may decrease the amount of room available for the developing baby. This restriction is called intrauterine constraint.
A misaligned pelvis can also make it difficult for the baby to achieve the best possible position for delivery.
This can impact the mother’s ability to have a natural, non-invasive birth. Breech and posterior positions can hinder the natural ease of labor and lead to interventions such as c-sections.
The nervous system is the master communication system to all the body systems including the reproductive system. Keeping the spine aligned helps the entire body function more effectively.
Chiropractic Care during pregnancy can provide benefits for women who are pregnant.
As more women are interested in the benefits of Chiropractic Care during pregnancy, more health care providers are seeking trained Doctor of Chiropractic in their communities to refer their pregnant patients to.
Talk about these options with your health care provider. If they are not yet familiar with Chiropractic Care in pregnancy, ask them to research its many benefits.
Search for options that encourage your body’s natural abilities to function and find a team of providers who will honor your choices.
The K-Laser treats damaged tissue with specific wavelengths of light that interrelate with tissue and fast-track healing.
Akin to photosynthesis in plants, light energy passes through the skin, into the cell membrane, starting a process known as photobiostimulation. This process bolsters the body’s natural regenerative ability, in addition to stimulating the release of endorphins and collagen. It might gradually stabilize damaged or injured tissue.
The outcome? Faster wound healing, in addition to diminished pain, stiffness, swelling, and spasms. As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored, so patients can reclaim their life and return to their favorite hobbies and activities.
K-Laser Therapy stimulate all cell types, including soft tissue, ligaments, cartilage, and nerves. Conditions that improve with K-Laser Therapy include:
Many patients experience pain relief in as little as 1 treatment, and most are able to return to normal daily activities with no pain and restricted movement once their therapy is completed.
Treatments are administered by a technician, using a hand-held device the size of a flashlight. The laser is placed directly over the injured area for anywhere from 30 seconds to 9 minutes, based on the size of the area being treated and the treatment plan.
Most patients experience a warm, relaxing sensation. They usually have no side effects or recovery period.
Medicine has concentrated on symptom relief, instead of genuine healing for far too long. K-Laser Therapy provides an alternative, and it’s a welcome change for athletes as well as patients seeking natural remedies.
Over 1,200 studies conducted over 40 years worldwide have demonstrated the effective, beneficial benefits of K-Laser Therapy.
Regenerative Medicine is a burgeoning medical field that treats a numerous diseases and conditions, including chronic pain. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Growth Factors are Regenerative Medicine Therapies that are presently being used to treat chronic pain in numerous joints such as the hip, knee, ankle, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. While traditional medicine (i.e., pain prescription and over-the-counter medication) concentrates on managing chronic pain, Regenerative Medicine concentrates on repairing tissues and strengthening tendons in the joints to diminish and alleviate pain.
Enhanced healing and reduced pain. Regenerative Medicine concentrates on tackling the source of pain, rather than merely managing symptoms. PRP Therapy accomplishes this by delivering Growth Factors to the injured area to aid the healing of tissues. This enables patients to heal and experience less pain than with Traditional Medicine.
Improved functionality. Regenerative Medicine promotes collagen production in the body, which strengthens tendons and tissues. When the tendons and tissues on and surrounding the joints are strengthened, they increase the range of motion in joints, allowing you to move freely and complete everyday tasks freely again.
Quicker recovery. The Growth Factors used in Regenerative Medicine help stimulate the regenerative process in tissues and tendons, leading to quicker healing. This enables you to (safely) resume to your normal activities more quickly.
Decreased risk of future injuries and pain. Collagen tightens and strengthens the tendons in the joints, reducing the risk of future injuries and pain.
To learn more about the benefits of Regenerative Medicine, or to learn how East Village Physical Medicine uses Regenerative Medicine, please schedule your consultation today.
Exosomes are microscopic messengers organically found throughout the body, floating like bubbles between cells. They act as efficient couriers that move from one cell to another to enhance communication and comprehensive cellular health. Each Exosome is programmed with unique data and nutrients. When an Exosome encounters another cell, the cell uploads a status update, along with a nutrient payload and instructions for mirroring young, healthy cells.
Exosomes are an essential facet of our biology. Recently, scientists have assessed how to culture and use them to help regenerate tissue and improve some systemic conditions. Exosomes can be generated from any kind of cell in your body.
Exosomes can regenerate tissue in a specific location as well as treating a systemic/whole body condition(s), such as Lyme Disease. Site specific treatments must be used with Pure PRP, since the Pure PRP keeps the healing elements of the Exosomes in the injection(s) site for the specific injury/condition. They are loaded with anti-inflammatory cytokines and interleukins, which can offer fast pain relief. East Village Physical Medicine is effectively using Exosomes to treat numerous muscle and joint conditions such as: knee & hip pain, shoulder and arm pain, neck, and back pain.
Exosomes are frequently used to facilitate Joint Pain Treatment. Exosomes possess strong anti-inflammatory properties and are pro-growth.
Insurance does not usually cover regenerative treatments. We have several treatment plans to accommodate patients’ budgets.
The number of Exosome Therapy Treatment sessions depends on several variables,including the condition being treated, the severity of the condition, and the patient’s recovery process. Some patients only require 1 treatment, while others might require several.
That depends. We typically look for changes within 12 weeks.
Conservative methods of managing Knee Pain caused by Osteoarthritis (OA) include Anti-inflammatories, Physical Therapy, Cortisone Injections, and Surgery. In the past decade, researchers have assessed whether Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections can be utilized to manage OA of the Knee.
Growth Factors inhabit platelets in your blood. Platelet Rich Plasma works under the approach that injecting Growth Factors from the blood into an injured area will trigger new tissues to form. That is supposed to reduce inflammation in the tissue. When Growth Factors interact with local cells, they signal them to initiate cell division and migration. This promotes tissue formation.
Regardless of its use, there has been conflicting proof regarding the efficacy of Platelet Rich Plasma in treating Osteoarthritis of the Knee. A recent study published in The Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Research from 2017 assessed 14 randomized controlled trials with a total of 1,423 participants. It revealed that Platelet Rich Plasma appears to be effective in managing Knee OA pain. Researchers observed that, compared with placeboes, Platelet Rich Plasma Injections substantially reduced pain scores at 3-, 6-, and 12-month follow-ups. And compared with controls, Platelet Rich Plasma substantially improved physical function at these follow-ups. The study did not observe a substantial improvement in post-injection adverse events.
Although the outcome is encouraging, 10 of the 14 studies were at high risk of bias and 4 were at moderate risk of bias. More studies are necessary to determine the effectiveness of utilizing Platelet Rich Plasma to manage pain from Osteoarthritis of the Knee.
You might be a good candidate for Platelet Rich Plasma if your symptoms of Osteoarthritis of the Knee are not manageable through conservative methods such as Anti-inflammatories, Cortisone Injections, and Physical Therapy.
PRP Injections are deemed experimental. As such, they might not be covered by insurance. It also means that there is limited research regarding the safety and effectiveness of this treatment. Work closely with your doctor before beginning any experimental treatments.
Ask your doctor what you should do or avoid doing before the therapy. Follow your doctor’s guidelines. You will probably need to:
Also contact your insurance provider prior to the procedure to ask if they will cover any of the expenses. Since this is considered an experimental procedure, your insurance provider might not provide any coverage. Be mindful of the costs in advance, so that you aren’t surprised. If your insurance provider won’t cover the costs, or if you are uninsured, talk to your doctor about creating a payment plan.
As part of Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, your doctor will draw blood from your arm. Then, he will place the blood sample into a centrifuge for 15 minutes. The centrifuge will separate your blood into:
Your doctor will use that sample to extract PRP. He will numb your knee and inject the RPR into the area. You’ll then rest about 15 minutes before being discharged.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy takes about 1 hour.
Immediately following the procedure, ice your knee every 2 to 3 hours for 20 minutes at a time. Continue this regimen for 3 days. You might also need to take pain medication if you experience significant pain. You should limit your physical activity and avoid activities that put weight on your knee. Your doctor might recommend using crutches for a couple of days to keep weight off of your knee.
Follow up with your physician 6 to 8 weeks after the procedure to assess the effectiveness. You can discuss possible next steps, as well.
PRP utilizes your own blood, so there’s a low risk of complications; however, there are some rare risks, including:
Ask your doctor about symptoms that resemble these complications and ask what to do if you notice anything unusual.
Platelet Rich Plasma is a moderately low-pain, low-risk procedure that utilizes your own blood to encourage growth in injured tissues. Current evidence proposes that Platelet Rich Plasma may be a beneficial treatment in managing pain associated with Knee Osteoarthritis; however, in-depth research is necessary to demonstrate the advantages. You can utilize Platelet Rich Plasma with other pain management methods for Knee OA. Please note that insurance companies differ regarding coverage for Platelet Rich Plasma Injections.
Experienced Chiropractors endeavor to help alleviate their patient’s symptoms as quickly as possible—with as few treatments as necessary—and also give advice on how to eschew recurring Back Pain or Sciatica attacks.
Because this profession has an unusually large variety of practice philosophies and Chiropractic techniques, patients should feel comfortable asking all of the compulsory questions to comprehend the Chiropractic examination, diagnosis, and treatment regimen.
Here’s what patients can expect during the first Chiropractic consultation. This preliminary consultation involves the Chiropractor completing a detailed Chiropractic exam lasting 45 minutes or longer.
Some patients choose to conduct a preliminary interview with the Chiropractor either over the phone or in person that is focused on discussion (e.g., regarding the Chiropractor’s philosophy, expertise and general approach, and the patient’s preferences) and does not include a clinical exam.
The following explains the preliminary in office clinical exam, which typically focuses on 3 areas:
Prior to the Chiropractic exam, the patient will be asked to complete forms that provide background information about his or her symptoms and condition. Questions typically include:
Patients are typically asked to present information about family medical history, any pre-existing medical conditions or prior injuries, and previous and current health providers and treatments.
An in-depth Chiropractic exam consists of general tests, like blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and reflexes, in addition to specific orthopedic and neurological tests to measure:
Additional Chiropractic tests might be needed to evaluate the affected area, such as having the patient move in a specific manner, Posture Analysis, or Chiropractic Manipulation.
After carefully reviewing results of the patient’s medical history and Chiropractic exam, diagnostic studies might be advantageous in uncovering pathologies and detecting structural abnormalities to more accurately diagnose a condition.
Diagnostic studies are not necessarily required during the Chiropractic exam, and should only be conducted if the Chiropractor has a good reason to believe that the X-ray or other test will provide necessary information to direct the patient’s treatment regimen.
The most common diagnostic studies during Chiropractic exams are:
Most Chiropractic clinics can administer basic X-rays, but an MRI scan and more extensive imaging studies are usually referred to an outside center.
Results from the combination of the patient’s medical history, physical examination and any required diagnostic studies point to a specific diagnosis. Once the diagnosis has been determined, the Chiropractor will decide if the condition will respond to Chiropractic Care.
At the end of the patient’s preliminary visit, the Chiropractor will explain the patient’s:
Some Chiropractors will also provide the diagnosis in the form of a written Chiropractic Treatment Plan, so the patient can bring it home and do their own research.
Many Chiropractors start treatment during the patient’s first visit, although some may wait until the next appointment.
Chiropractic treatment goals and recommendations might consist of some or all of the following:
The Chiropractor will set specific goals for a patient’s individual plan for treatment:
To attain these goals, a specific number of Chiropractic treatment sessions will be suggested.
For most types of Lower Back Pain, a treatment regimen of 1 to 3 Chiropractic treatment sessions per week for 2 to 4 weeks will be prescribed, followed by a re-assessment by the Chiropractor.
At the re-assessment, the Chiropractor will measure the response to treatment and decide whether to:
Chiropractic Adjustment (also called Spinal Manipulation) is an accepted, prevalent pain relief treatment for many types of Lower Back Pain, Sciatica, and Neck Pain. Knowing what to expect from the first Chiropractic visit can help a patient get the maximum benefit from Chiropractic treatment.
Since this profession has a vast range of practice philosophies and Chiropractic techniques, patients should feel comfortable asking all the questions required to understand the Chiropractic examination, diagnosis, and treatment regimen.
When something goes awry in the human body, there’s not always a speedy solution. Many people suffer from Back Pain—as a matter of fact, 31 million Americans have pain in their lower back at any given time. But when they pursue treatment, they typically obtain temporary symptom relief when what they are seeking is long-term relief.
Patients suffering from the chronic pain associated with Bulging, Degenerating, or Herniated Discs might benefit from therapy via a Spinal Decompression Table. This kind of pain, which can present as Back or Neck Pain itself, in addition to accompanying pain in the arms and legs, may have already been treated by Traditional Traction methods or even by Spinal Surgery with minimal improvement. In these cases, a Spinal Decompression Table that utilizes computerized sensors to perform stretching actions on the spine and promote healing can be highly beneficial.
What exactly is a Spinal Decompression Table, and how is it employed to treat patients who have been unable to achieve comfort though other treatments?
Spinal Decompression Therapy, also called Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, is a treatment option that employs a Spinal Decompression Table to alleviate pain by producing circumstances whereby bulging or herniated disc tissue is able to return back into place and heal, easing the pain this condition produces.
Spinal Decompression Therapy aims to assist patients who experience excruciating pain caused by Bulging, Degenerating, or Herniated Discs. It can also be utilized for the pain management and treatment of many causes of Sciatica, injured or diseased spinal nerve roots, and worn spinal joints.
Spinal Decompression Therapy stretches the spine, via a Spinal Decompression Table to generate negative pressure and space within the disc, thereby enabling disc fluid to shift back into place. This creates an environment in which the disc can receive more nutrients and consequently heal itself sooner and efficiently. The fundamental objective of Spinal Decompression Therapy is to alleviate the patient’s chronic back, arm, neck, and/or leg pain, and to heal the cause of this pain.
Spinal Decompression Therapy is also called Non-Surgical Decompression Therapy, since it is often used as a safe, affordable, and highly beneficial alternative to Spinal Surgery. The difference between Surgical and Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is a significant one, since Surgical Spinal regimens are typically considered a last resort, whereas Spinal Decompression Therapy is a safe treatment during any stage of Back Pain. The most prevalent Spinal Decompression Surgeries include Laminectomy and Microdiscectomy, which pose a higher risk of complication or failure.
A Spinal Decompression Table is the primary tool utilized in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy. There are 2 kinds of Spinal Decompression Tables: 1 with cable and pulley systems that generates pull on the patient’s body, and Spinal Decompression Tables that are comprised of an upper and lower body segment that operate independently from one another. The second type of table is much more effective at preventing Muscle Guarding, and is recommended for the best possible patient results.
Patients are strapped to the table with a harness; other props such as pillows are utilized to keep the patient comfortable and the spine in the correct position for Decompression. Once the patient is in place, the table program is performed and the 2 parts of the table begin to pull apart from one another. The poundage of the pull depends on the type of Decompression, in addition to the physicality of the patient and can range anywhere from just 5 pounds for a Cervical Decompression regimen to 100 pounds or more for Lumbar Decompression on a larger patient.
Spinal Decompression Tables use computerized technology to generate negative intradiscal pressure in the spine. A Spinal Decompression has 2 sections which move independently of one another. During setup, a Spinal Decompression Technician selects a decompression program that will accommodate the patient’s needs. The best program for an individual is based on that person’s diagnosis as well as how they have responded to previous treatments.
As Spinal Decompression Tables stretches the spine, negative pressure is created within the spinal discs, which can prompt the retraction or repositioning of the disc material, bringing about pain relief. Additionally, the lower pressure within the disc can cause an inflow of healing nutrients to the disc, to promote additional relief even when the patient is not on the table.
One of the stumbling blocks for effectual Spinal Decompression with manual techniques is the fact that the body naturally resists the stretch, known as Muscle Guarding. With a Spinal Decompression Table, sensors can determine when the patient’s muscles are guarding against the stretch and release the tension, ensuring that the maximum decompression is achieved.
The precise Spinal Decompression regimen for an individual will be based on the symptoms he or she is enduring. Normally, Spinal Decompression patients can expect to go through at least 12 sessions on the Spinal Decompression Table, though depending on the patient’s diagnosis and response to the treatment, additional sessions may be necessary. Additionally, follow-up treatments may be indicated as necessary to manage pain.
A patient’s first visit should determine whether he or she would be a good candidate for Spinal Decompression Therapy. A preliminary examination should include a review of the patient’s history, including any available imaging such as X-rays and/or MRI results. If the patient is a good candidate, the Doctor can compile a suggested Spinal Decompression regimen created for that particular patient and diagnosis.
Each Spinal Decompression Table session lasts approximately 30 minutes. During this Spinal Decompression Table session, the patient is strapped into the table with a pelvic harness. For Lumbar Decompression, the lower portion of the body will move to gently stretch and relax the spine based on computerized algorithms designed to maximize the stretch and minimize the body’s resistance to that stretch. For Cervical Herniated Disc Decompression, the upper portion of the body will move.
Anyone enduring Back Pain associated with Bulging or Herniated Discs may be a candidate for Spinal Decompression Therapy, but only a Chiropractor or other Healthcare Practitioner specializing in the musculoskeletal system and trained as a Spinal Decompression Technician can make this determination when evaluating a patient. While many patients come to Spinal Decompression Therapy after being unable to find relief from other treatments, including surgery, this is not a requirement.
Here are some contraindications for Spinal Decompression Therapy:
It is imperative that patients are fully examined and a medical and health history taken prior to beginning treatment with a Spinal Decompression Table.
Just like any medical treatment, results of Spinal Decompression Therapy will vary based on the patient, the doctor, and the regimen used. Patients do not usually feel a great deal of relief following the first treatment. Instead, after several Spinal Decompression Therapy sessions, relief should be evident. In some instances, patients might need to complete their entire treatment regimen before they experience complete relief from their symptoms.
If you suffer with back pain, Spinal Decompression might be an ideal treatment option.
Back pain is one of the most incapacitating type of soreness, and occurs in countless indviduals for a multitude of reasons. Fortunately, Spinal Decompression Therapy is a simple, non-invasive treatment that has generated several success stories for back pain relief without surgery. Spinal Decompression entails a method of relieving pressure that has accumulated gradually inside the discs of the back located between each vertebra. This pressure, usually the result of common issues and injuries like bad posture, is alleviated via a computerized decompression table. Pressure is then alleviated during Spinal Decompression Therapy, enabling nutrients and oxygen to flow back into the disc. Consider these benefits to see if it’s the right option for you.
Healing starts soon after the first treatment. Spinal Decompression Therapy lasts about 30 to 45 minutes based upon the severity, and is recommended to be done around 15 to 30 times over a 6 week period. A harness is employed to gently stretch the spine, which opens each pressure filled disc and enables oxygen and fluids to flow—immediately relieving pain.
Without the need for surgery or drugs, Spinal Decompression Therapy is a safer alternative than other treatment options. The likelihood of being injured during Spinal Decompression are zero to none, so there’s no fear or anxiety prior to treatment like there would be before going into an operating room.
Enjoy a completely painless and relaxing treatment. During Spinal Decompression Therapy, a harness is gently fastened around the hips while you are positioned on a decompression table, which slowly moves vertically to stretch the spine. This process is extremely relaxing as pressure is relieved between each vertebra.
Compared to Spinal Surgery, Spinal Decompression Therapy is a much less costly choice with a quick recovery time. Spinal Surgery can be extremely expensive, and runs the risk of not being completely effective. Spinal Decompression Therapy will also enable a full recovery of disc problems with fast recuperation, medication free. Surgery necessitates a long recovery process and pain medication, frequently resulting in adverse side effects.
While infrequent, Spinal Decompression side effects might include minor muscle spasms and slight pain; while side effects of Spinal Surgery can include bleeding, infection, negative reaction to drugs, stroke, heart attack, or nerve damage. It’s safe to say that Spinal Decompression Therapy is a superior option when offered.