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At Ultimate Health Medical Center in Littleton, CO, we offer a FREE Consultation with our medical professionals to determine if this innovative method of treating back and neck pain is right for you
How This Noninvasive Pain Solution Works
Spinal decompression creates space in your spine by steadily stretching the column to release the force on your discs. Discs can then retract and fluids like nutrients, water, and oxygen can course into the disc tissue more readily. Because this stimulates natural healing, you will be able to restart your everyday activities within several weeks of treatment.
Why You May Need It
You have 23 spinal discs, which act as cushions between your vertebrae. Each disc has two parts: a tough round exterior made of collagen fibers and an inner network of fibers contained in a protein gel. You may experience a painful condition if one or more disc is injured.
Spinal decompression can restore spinal discs to a robust, working state. Spinal Decompression can help with:
1. Herniated disc - a portion of the inner gel pushes out of the disc through a break or crack.
2. Bulging disc - the disc pushes past the spinal canal’s space.
Degenerated disc – disc fluid becomes depleted or there is a tear or crack in the outside of the disc. Sometimes accompanied by bone spurs (osteophytes), small bone growths that protrude from the vertebrae.
3. Sciatica – a painful condition that happens when a herniated disc presses on nerve roots.
Have a bulging or herniated disc? We have an Inventive and noninvasive alternative to surgery.
Contact us today at (303) 904-0331 to schedule your FREE consultation. Our medical team will assess your specific needs and create a customized care plan. Spinal Decompression: a noninvasive, painless solution that we offer the community of Littleton, CO.
Is a noninvasive, effective method that allows spinal discs to repair on their own.
Is an alternative to surgery if you have spinal disc damage.
Does not remove parts of the spine, but rather uses a negative intradiscal pressure to create space for discs to heal.
Does not cause further trauma and pain or involve huge expenses and a long recovery like surgical interventions often do.
contact us today for more information and a FREE, no-obligation consultation