Designed by a specialized team of engineers to meet the needs of today's patient, Spinal Decompression treatments offer physicians the clinical outcome they desire and give patients the quality of life they deserve. With our focus on innovation, Connecticut Spine and Health is committed to utilizing the latest cutting-edge technology to improve the quality of life for patients who are suffering from herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, and other back ailments.
A new treatment for an age-old condition
Offering the latest cutting-edge technology in the non-surgical treatment of chronic lower back pain and sciatica, Connecticut Spine and Health is committed to providing the highest quality of care which has resulted in the addition of the FDA-cleared spinal decompression technology for:
- Back pain
- Herniated and/or bulging discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- A relapse or failure following surgery
- Spinal stenosis
Previously, a patient suffering from disc problems was usually given pain medications, instructed to refrain from physical activities, referred for physical rehabilitation, and when they weren’t progressing they were sent for spinal surgery. Conservative chiropractic care was helpful in many cases, yet there have been some cases when surgery seemed to be the only other option... until now.
People don’t have to live with pain anymore. Thanks to the concerted efforts of a team of top physicians and medical engineers, spinal decompression has been developed to effectively treat lower back pain and sciatica resulting from herniated or deteriorated discs. Spinal decompression not only significantly reduces back pain in many patients, it also enables the majority of patients to return to more active lifestyles.
Does spinal decompression really work?
Clinical studies of spinal compressions treatments have revealed an amazing success rate in treating lumbar disc-related problems. The procedure has also been proven effective in relieving the pain associated with bulging and herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and even relapse or failed back surgery.
How does it work?
A state-of-the-art distraction force is applied to relieve nerve compression that is often associated with low back pain and sciatica. Targeting the nerves is the key to the success of spinal decompression.