Our spinal decompression protocol has a proven, very high success rate, and has gained respect from prominent surgeons and physicians across DFW as a viable option to surgery.
Health InformationDisc problems are very common. In fact it is the number 1 reason for back surgery. Many people that have disc problems don't even realize how serious their condition is until they are in severe and debilitating pain.
Medical TreatmentsTreatment for disc injuries range from Epidural Steroid Injections (ESI), physical therapy or pain medication. The problem is that the only 2 treatments that make a direct effect to the disc is surgery and spinal decompression. Spinal decompression has been proven to repair discs in most patients without ever having to explore surgery.
Symptom CheckSymptoms range from: back or neck pain, numbness, tingling, burning, muscle weakness or radiating pain down the arms or legs.
Why Us?We are one of the highest rated and most respected clinics to perform non-surgical spinal decompression in North Texas. We have specialized in spinal decompression for many years, and have gained the respect of many prominent surgeons and pain management specialists. Plus we never charge our disc patients for their first visit, to be sure you are a good candidate. We even give a treatment once we determine if you qualify.
Top 6 Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does the procedure hurt?
Other than some muscle soreness, the procedure generally doesn't hurt.
2. How can I prepare for my visit?
Once you make an appointment, we will send you an email with a confirmation time and also our paperwork to fill out prior to your appointment. When you arrive, you will see the provider immediately to discuss your case in detail to be sure you are a good candidate for the procedure.
3. What do I do after treatment?
Most patients resume their daily activities immediately after treatment depending on the amount of muscles soreness.
4. When will I see results?
Results can generally be seen after 8-10 visits.
5. How many treatments will I need?
Usually our protocol requires 24 treatments to allow the disc to heal.
6. Does insurance cover the procedure?
Insurance varies greatly with spinal decompression. We verify your benefits on the day of your free consultation.