Frequently Asked Questions About Spinal Decompression

  • What is the Spinal Decompression program?

    It is an effective spinal rehabilitation program for severe conditions of the lower back and neck. the program consists of FDA-cleared Non-Surgical spinal Decompression therapy focused on decompressing the spinal discs to revers high amounts of pressure built up in the discs to take pressure off the nerves.

  • What kind of conditions does Spinal decompression treat?

    Disc problems of many varieties such as bulging discs, herniated or ruptured discs, degenerated discs, sciatica, facet joint arthrosis, stenosis, and mild spondylolisthesis.

  • What are my chances for success?

    Very high actually. Our clinic only accepts patient we truly feel we can help. If is determined that you are not a candidate for Spinal Decompression, we will refer you to the appropriate type of doctor.

  • Does insurance cover the procedure?

    Since every patient has different types of insurance with varying coverage, what we will do is verify your insurance coverage if we determine if you are a candidate for the procedure.

  • If I don't have insurance, are payment plans available?

    Absolutely! In the event that you don’t have insurance or your insurance doesn’t cover the procedure, we provide multiple payment options without any interest. this allows everyone the opportunity to recieve the care they need.

  • How long does the treatment take?

    Each treatment session requires 45 minutes on average. The average length of time a patient is under care ranges from 4-6 weeks.

  • Does the treatment offer a permanent relief?

    Our approach is to bring you long lasting relief so you do not have to return. In some very sever cases, we may recommend periodic follow up maintenance.

  • What kinds of conditions are NOT treatable with Spinal Decompression?

    Osteomalacia, osteomyelitis, ankylosing sponylitis, spinal fractures, cancer, tumors, and unstable sponylolisthesis.

  • What if I already had surgery?

    We have successfully treated many patients that have already undergone surgery. Depending on the nature of the surgery, that would be considered on an individual basis.