Spinal Decompression Therapy
This website is designed for anyone suffering from
The American Spinal Decompression Association brings together patients and leading specialists in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression all across the country. This allows patients a 70% chance of resuming a normal lifestyle.
This site is designed to fully inform the millions of Americans who suffer with debilitating pain on a daily basis. Patients can now be informed and updated with current working knowledge of these conditions and the latest Non-Surgical breakthrough technology called Spinal Decompression Therapy.
If you or your family members have been struggling with these debilitating conditions with little or no relief, then ask yourself the following questions.
Are you currently dependent on medications on a daily basis?
Are you limited in daily activities?
Have you had repeated injections or epidurals with little or no relief?
Are you considering surgery and are uncomfortable with that choice?
Have all the options been presented to you?
Have you already tried chiropractic or physical therapy?
Have you been out or work due to pain?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then non-surgical spinal decompression therapy is certainly a viable treatment option and could very well be what you’re looking for.
We sincerely want you to utilize all the material and animations provided for your benefit. You are going to have some decisions to make, and you should be making those decisions based on your comfort level. Choices must be made. Some treatments are aimed at pain suppression and temporary pain relief. Other treatments are corrective in nature. Know the difference! Empower yourself to choose those procedures that make sense to you, it’s your health. EXPLORE, LEARN AND BE WELL.
Spinal Decompression Conditions
The most common spinal condition treated with decompression treatment is a herniated disc. Spinal compression can cause disc herniations to expand, putting pressure on surrounding spinal nerve roots. Decompression treatment takes the pressure off these damaged discs so that the disc bulge will shrink back closer to its original size.
Degenerative disc disease is also a common condition treated with decompression therapy. Loss of disc height can be exacerbated by spinal compression, causing the vertebral bodies to move closer together. This can cause nerve compression and other forms of common back pain. Decompression eliminates the overwhelming pressure on degenerated discs reducing or eliminating painful symptoms.
Facet joint syndrome is yet another condition treated with spinal decompression. Of all the conditions, this one shows the least promising results for permanent pain relief. Conceptually, facet syndrome causes pain due to arthritic changes in the vertebral bones. Decompression helps to create more space between the vertebrae, hopefully reducing painful symptoms.