Spinal Decompression

True Spinal Decompression, NOT traction, is the only proven treatment to un-bulge and un-herniate discs naturally so you can avoid surgery.

Too many times people go through the process of pain meds, physical therapy, spinal injections and surgery hoping their pain and problems will go away. But most of the time they are dissapointed to find out that after all that, the time and money spent, they still have the same issues.

With spinal decompression there is no pain, in fact most people go to sleep during treatment because it’s the only time they get relief. Many of our patients say that spinal decompression is like magic, because they come in in pain, and then at some point it just goes away.

We have great results in correcting bulging and herniated discs with a very high success rate. But our success rate went through the roof when we added our disc rehabilitation protocol.

This rehab allows the structures around the spine to strengthen while the disc is being repaired. Patients love this because the results happen fast!

Decompression VS Traction: Explained

Complimentary Consultation and Initial Treatment

Take advantage of our no-cost consultation where you can sit with the doctor, review your MRI’s/X-rays, answer your questions, and even get a spinal decompression treatment the same day.

FAQ For Spinal Decompression

What are the risks of spinal decompression?

Spinal decompression is incredibly safe and effective. Once a person is qualified as a candidate for spinal decompression, the only relative risk would be that of some mild muscular soreness. There are really no other risks associated with spinal decompression once the person is ruled a good candidate for the procedure. 

What contraindications are there for spinal decompression?

There are few contraindications for spinal decompression, and this should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Generally speaking, severe osteoporosis, spinal cancer of the bone, pregnancy, fractures, and unstable joints would be a few contraindications for spinal decompression. 

What makes the DRX9000 spinal decompression device unique?

The DRX9000 spinal decompression device stands out in the marketplace for several reasons. Firstly, it utilizes specialized angles to precisely match the angle of the targeted disc, enabling targeted therapy for the specific disc causing pain and symptoms. Additionally, the DRX9000 features an intelligent servo motor that allows for adjustments up to 13 times per second during treatment, providing a customized and comfortable experience tailored to each individual patient’s response. 

What is the difference between traction and spinal decompression?

While some may equate spinal decompression with traction, they are distinct treatments. Traction typically involves pulling the spine in a straight line, potentially causing discomfort and lacking specificity. In contrast, spinal decompression adjusts the angle of distraction based on the mathematical angle of the targeted disc, providing safe and comfortable decompression specific to the disc causing pain and symptoms, resulting in a more comfortable treatment experience for patients. 

What is the difference between an inversion table and spinal decompression?

An inversion table, like traction, is a form of non-specific treatment that can sometimes cause discomfort or headaches. In contrast, spinal decompression is a targeted and comfortable treatment specifically designed to address the disc responsible for pain and symptoms, offering patients a more effective and comfortable solution. 

What makes Genesis spinal decompression unique in the market?

Back and Neck offers a customized and unique spinal decompression protocol designed to maximize patient improvement while minimizing side effects and discomfort. Over the past 15 years, our approach has provided patients with remarkable healing and relief from disc problems.  

Does spinal decompression provide lasting relief?

When performed correctly, spinal decompression aims to improve the health and strength of the disc, offering long-term relief rather than short-term symptom management. True spinal decompression provides patients with a lasting solution to chronic disc pain. 

Is spinal decompression safe?

Spinal decompression is highly safe and effective for qualified candidates. To determine if spinal decompression is right for you, schedule a complimentary consultation with your nearest Genesis Back and Neck clinic to discuss your case with a doctor. 

Does spinal decompression hurt or is it painful?

Spinal decompression, particularly when performed on the DRX9000, is incredibly comfortable. Many patients find the experience so relaxing that they even fall asleep during treatment. It is a safe, comfortable, and effective solution for spinal disc problems, devoid of medieval torture or agonizing treatment.