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Are you struggling with neck or back pain?
Why not try the No 1 proven way to rejuvenate your spinal discs? Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy is the safe and effective treatment for Low Back and Neck Pain
What is Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy?
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression therapy is the successful and trusted proven treatment for low back pain and neck pain and related conditions such as sciatica.
Low Back or Neck pain is often located at a spinal level typically with disc involvement.
With Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression therapy, computer-controlled pulling forces delivered by the SPINAL medical device gently distract targeted levels of the spine, this results in reduced pressure off specific discs and nerves, a light stretch of tight muscles and stiff ligaments occurs. If you have persistent back pain, neck pain or leg pain (sciatica) which is having a negative impact on your life, then Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy may be the treatment for you.
The decompression (taking pressure off) of a particular bulging disc or injured disc along with soft tissue mobilization can reduce pain in the spine by improve mobility allowing the bodys natural curative mechanisms to function more efficiently. Pain from muscle spasm`s can also be reduced using non-surgical spinal decompression therefore, alleviate nerve compression and irritation cased by injured or bulging discs.
The four goals of Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy treatment are as follows:
- Regeneration of the intervertebral disc
- Mobilization of muscles and ligaments
- Realign spinal structures
- Reduce pressure on spinal nerves
As clinicians, we can treat most back and neck pain with manual therapies but for some conditions – particularly those which are disc-related – patients need something more to help their condition improve such as Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
What is a herniated disc?
A herniation is basically a disorder in which a part of the body protrudes abnormally through a tear or opening in an adjacent part. It can happen in several areas of the body; in this scenario, it is happening in the vertebral column. A herniated vertebral disc is a displaced fragment of the centre part or nucleus of the vertebral disc that is pushed through a tear in the outer layer or annulus of the disc. This usually results in a lot of pain.
Pain results when irritating substances are released from this herniated disc tear causing discomfort. Pain also results if the fragment touches or compresses a nearby nerve close to the herniated disc. Herniated discs have some similarities to degenerative disc disease or slipped disc because discs that herniate are often usually in an early stage of degeneration.
One important point to note is that herniated discs are very common in the low back (or lumbar spine) and neck (or cervical spine). The good news, however, and the purpose of this article, is to make you aware of the latest and most advanced form of non-surgical spinal decompression which is now available for you.
What causes discs to herniate?
Herniation of discs occurs as a result of a decrease in the strength and the resilience of the vertebral discs housing the spinal cord.
Many factors play a role in decreasing the strength and resiliency of the disc and thereby increasing the risks of herniated discs occurring. Some of these factors include lifestyle choices such as smoking, lack of regular exercise, weak muscles, poor posture, daily wear and tear, injury or trauma, and incorrect lifting or twisting, all of which can further stress the disc and increase the risk of n herniation.
Inadequate nutrition is also a contributing factor. If the disc is already weakened as a result of one or multiple factors listed above, it may herniate with just a single movement or strain such as coughing or bending over to shave.
How do I know if I have a disc herniation?
Herniated discs are most likely to affect people between the ages of 30 and 40. In a significant number of people, herniated discs may be asymptomatic (present without causing pain). In cases where there is a symptom, the most common symptom will be a perception of pain in the area where the herniation has occurred. This pain might radiate across the hips or into the buttocks or between shoulder blades and down the arm(s).
Another very common symptom of a disc herniation is numbness or pain radiating down your arm or leg. If the disc herniation is large enough, you may notice weakness in some cases. In the severe cases of lumbar disc herniation, the symptoms might include changes in the bowel or bladder function and there might be an associated difficulty with sexual function.
How are herniated discs treated?
There are several modalities of treatment and some of these include:
- Non-surgical spinal decompression: this is a form of conservative treatment for mild to moderate herniated discs which involves the usage of first our non-surgical spinal decompression systems followed by a core-strengthening therapy combined with Physiotherapy. The advanced cases of herniated discs will often require Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, in conjunction with core stabilization and Physiotherapy.
- Surgical Intervention: occasionally, herniated discs may be severe enough to necessitate surgical intervention. These cases are usually reserved as a last resort when other forms of therapy have failed.
In the presence of a herniated disc, compression forces can cause your spinal bones (vertebra) to come together, basically devastating your disc. The space in between these bones decreases and the soft jelly-like disc materials squeezes out. The disc material that leaks out is called a herniated disc or a protruding disc, or an extruded disc and this squeezed out material can cause severe pain, numbness and tingling in your back, neck, arms or legs when the disc material pushes into and pinches the nerve.
Basically, when these disc(s) bulge, are herniated, or simply wear out, they can press or impinge against a sensitive nerve, resulting in pain. Over time, the body suffers from the wear and tear of daily living, and even the overall effects of gravity.
So heres the logic: if you could slightly pull the compressed spinal bones apart, that would help in opening up space, taking the pressure off of the disc, resulting in the disc bulge coming off of the nerve and solving the problem, makes sense?
How do we accomplish this?
Our Spinal Decompression Clinic in Dublin, Ireland offers the latest cutting edge technology in the non-surgical spinal decompression treatment of serious chronic low back, neck and sciatica. The USFDA cleared Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression technology for the treatment of: back pain , sciatica, herniated/and or bulging discs, degenerative disc disease/arthritis is effective and safe. Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy, is a traction based procedure, is one of the leading long-term treatment options for treating low back and neck problems. Historically, medical practitioners have been trying to do open up space in between disc using traction in other to take the pressure off of the disc and relieving the pain of the patient, but the problem is that traction has been proven to be rarely effective and often causes more pain. Traction rarely works because when there is a herniated or bulging disc, the area is already injured and when traction is applied and the area is being moved, the muscles might go into spasm. Spasm is a physiological mechanism of the body trying to protect you from causing further injury. This is why traction is painful and ineffective. As soon as the traction starts, your muscles overprotect the area by muscle spasms.
Heres the good part; there is a newer technology that outwits the bodys natural physiological spasm reaction. In other words: It tricks the body! At last! There is a new Technology in Dublin, Ireland that doesnt just end severe pain caused by herniated discs, but it also helps the body to start regenerating them, as quickly as possible.
It wouldnt matter how bad the pain is, how long youve had it, or how many other failed treatments youve had! You can be assured of a positive result.
This technique is called Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression and heres how it works.
A very important instrument used called a Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Table, its features are:
- Automated Lumbar 25 degree Flexion,
- Elevation with Traction,
- 25-degree Lateral flexion of the lumbar and thoracic sections,
- The table can move into all sorts of shapes to get the best line of force to address your particular disc bulge,
- It positions you in a comfortable manner to create a vacuum suction effect to pull the disc annulus bulge back into the centre of the disc.
Spinal Flexion Traction Decompression a traction based procedure is one of the leading long-term treatment options for the treatment of low back (Lumbar) and cervical neck problems. Often, the pain in your back or neck is due to a bulging or herniated condition of one or more of the discs that act as a sort of shock absorber or cushion in between the vertebrae that make up your spinal column. The amazing thing is the computer settings avoid muscle contractions so early, you dont even know what is going on.
Spinal Flexion Traction Decompression is radical, unlike plain traction, because it has timed flexion and lateral flexion technology that actually passively activates your spinal muscles, joints, and nerve receptors. When you are strapped down comfortably to the table, the Chiropractor starts a gently pulling (traction).
The computer monitors and observes carefully and immediately notices when your spinal muscles start to contract and consequently stops pulling. This monitoring is done using the advanced computerized technology (timed flexion and lateral flexion technology) that actually senses your spinal muscles. As soon as your spinal muscles relax, the Physio activates the Automated Flexion.
Spinal decompression therapy basically helps to create a negative pressure in your disc (decompression). Decompression is the result of proper positioning and application of traction to the spinal column.
The remarkable thing is; the active flexion with traction avoids muscle spasms, you dont even know what is going on.
Translation: you dont feel any pain! In fact, the only thing most people feel is gentle pulling, gentle up and down motion, and NO PAIN!
Even better, is the fact that spinal decompression is able to lightly decompress your spinal bones which in many cases, actually moves that disc bulge back into the disc, rehydrating the injured disc so that it can heal as you would expect it to.
The treatments are very pleasant and very straightforward. All you have to do is lie down, listen to your favourite music or even take a snooze. This astonishing technology does everything while you simply unwind the pain! This way you get to avoid unnecessary neck or back surgery!!!
- For most patients, it is 100% painless. Most patients actually fall asleep during their sessions!
- It is a non-invasive procedure so that it is not complicated by the dangerous risks of surgery or injections.
- It addresses the root cause of the problem and helps it heal logically!
- It works fast! Most patients usually get relieved after a handful of treatments while some others, after the initial treatment!
What You Can Expect
Patients are often curious and even a little nervous about what to expect when they come in for a new patient consultation. We do our best to be as thorough and efficient as possible as well as punctual. We know your time is valuable and we will do our best to respect it.
Am I a Candidate?
If any of the statements below sound like you, its time to contact us for your no-cost MRI review or patient consultation.*
- Do you have pain in the neck or back? Is the pain sharp or shooting? Does the pain travel down your arm or into your leg?
- Do you have pain, numbness or tingling into your arm, hand, leg or foot?
- Has your back or neck pain restricted you physically preventing you from doing your job, playing your favorite sport or spending time with your loved ones?
- Have you tried other forms of conventional treatments such as physical therapy, pills, or chiropractic that have failed to produce lasting results?
- Have you been diagnosed with a herniated disc, bulging disc, degenerated disc, sciatica or chronic neck or back pain by a doctor.
- Have you already had open spine surgery and havent found relief.
You may not qualify if you have been diagnosed with any of the following.
- Have fusion or have had a surgical fusion in the area of your pain.
- Have cancer that has spread to the bones of the spine.
- Are currently pregnant.
While the majority of the patients we treat experience significant pain relief, our program is NOT for everyone! In order to determine if you qualify for our program you will be required to attend for a Consultation. We only want to treat patients that we feel confident that we can get better so we only accept a select group of patients. If we dont feel like we can help we will refer you to someone who can.
Know Your Pain Relief Options
We want you to know ALL of your options before undergoing non-surgical spinal decompression. Spinal decompression heals up to 90% of the patients we accept, but it is certainly not for everybody. In certain cases your GP may refer you for spinal injections or even surgery. Our Mission is to prevent our clients requiring Spinal Surgery via a Comprehensive Assessment, Diagnose and STATE OF THE ART TREATMENT FOR LOW BACK AND NECK PAIN.
What Medical Doctors Think About Spinal Decompression
Dr. Aftab, M.D. PHD
As a medical doctor, P.H.D. and pain clinic owner I have seen hundreds of therapies over the years for neck and back pain. None of these compare to the effectiveness and and reliable results as spinal decompression for patients suffering from herniated, bulging, or degenerative discs as well as chronic back and neck pain. Spinal Decompression almost always works, even when everything else failed.
Dr. Samir Haddad, M.D., Licensed Neurologist, NY
As a licensed neurologist I have seen some of the toughest cases of neck and back pain around. Often times patients come to me after every thing else has failed. Spinal Decompression is one of those therapies is one of those therapies that I know that even when everything else has failed gets unbelievable results time and time again. Every day I am constantly surprised at the miraculous results my patients are seeing for their herniated, bulging, and degenerated discs.
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We treat low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative or bulging discs, or spinal stenosis with non surgical spinal decompression, lumbar decompression, and back decompression. We also offer sports physiotherapy. Learn more about this safe, comfortable, and affordable low back and neck pain treatment offered by RejuvaDisc in Dublin, Ireland; read testimonials and spinal decompression reviews from many satisfied patients.
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