Friday, March 11, 2011

Can Disc Decompression Therapy Guarantee Results?

The answer is no. Due to complexity of the human body medical treatment can never guarantee a 100% result. Whether you have surgery, epidural injections, exercises, chiropractic adjustments, or disc decompression therapy (more commonly called spinal decompression), all treatments have successes and all treatments have failures. Disc decompression is "likely effective" to reduce lower back pain and/or leg pain and neck and/or arm pain and increase your activities of daily living without spinal injections, drugs, or surgery.

Spinal decompression therapy is designed to help the disc rehydrate, regain function, and restore the function of the herniated disc. Disc decompression therapy can help injured disc to build new cartilage, rehydrate, and help you regain function of injured disc.

The best way to assure a good result with spinal decompression is:

1. Find a doctor who is knowledgeable, experienced, and certified in spinal decompression.
2. Proper patient selection and exclusion of patients who would not respond well to treatment is essential for successful treatment.
3. Some research studies have success levels ranging from 80-90%. However, be aware treatment success can vary from doctor to doctor and the success levels an individual doctor may have can vary from time to time and patient to patient.

You can improve your chances of successful treatment with proper doctor and patient selection. Over all spinal decompression is safe and likely effective to help you resolve your disc injuries and regain the life you have been missing.

Don't suffer with neck pain, arm pain, lower back pain, and leg pain. Disc Decompression therapy is extremely safe, non-surgical, cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), likely effective, and affordable.

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