Disc injuries are surprisingly common, and they are the cause of back pain that is often misdiagnosed and mistreated.
A common story is that patients have "tried everything" to rid themselves of this nagging, piercing, shooting back pain. They often first go to their primary care physician, who then prescribes physical therapy. Then, when that doesn't work out, they go to complimentary therapies like massage and chiropractic. These work, but don't seem to finish the pain off.
Spinal decompression therapy is usually their last ditch effort, because it is a lesser known therapy. But we've had 100s of victorious patients who used spinal decompression to heal their disc injury, Sciatica and neck pain.
Common symptoms are numbness and tingling in the extremities like arms and legs, shooting pain, burning sensations, immobilizing pain. Many patients walk in the door crooked as a question mark. One patient even walked in with her hand raised above her head, because she'd be in excruciating pain if she lowered it. One patient could no longer feel their legs, and another came in on crutches.
Disc injuries can be the most debilitating injury a person can get. They often complain, "I feel like I'm dying," because the injury is stealing so much of their functional movement and life.
Spinal decompression "decompresses" the vertebra of the spine creating space for the disc (cushy substance between the vertebra) to move back in place and remove the nerve pressure and therefore the symptoms.
Our team of medical practitioners and chiropractors can find a solution to your pain. If you haven't tried spinal decompression, then come check it out. Sessions cost only $45, which is way less then many providers. It is often a cash service, but no always.
Colorado Springs Spinal decompression website backs up its claims with the behind-the-scenes research
If you've done any research regarding spinal decompression, you are going to find a myriad of success stories, but it is harder to find all the research to back it up.
So, we've made it simple. We created two websites specific to Colorado Springs spinal decompression, aptly named: 1) www.coloradospringsspinaldecompression.com and 2) www.springsdecompression.com.
On these websites, there are tabs at the top of the page entitled "Published Studies." Just click on that and you'll see two pages drop down: 1) 50+ Published Medical Abstracts and 2) 6 Spinal Decompression Published Studies.
Spinal decompression is most commonly used for herniated discs, which are also known as "slipped discs, bulging discs, and hot discs." The most common bulging discs are in the cervical (neck) and lumbar (low back) areas of the spine.
If you are suffering from this condition, take a peek at these websites. We offer 2 free trial sessions for qualifying patients interested in seeing if spinal decompression is the right solution for their pain. Simply call 719.475.8676.