Reasons Why Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is a Better Option for Disc Herniation
What if you could see the disc increase in size without risky medications, shots, or surgery? Our treatment program nets an average of 50% increase in the disc height. You heard that correct. That means the nerve root has more space and pressure off the nerve root is what you really want! Nerve root compression causes numbness, tingling, pain and so much more. See some of the examples below. And please continue reading for your own sake!!
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However, you’ll be pleased to know that our non-surgical spinal decompression program is a great alternative to risky procedures. A disc herniation occurs when the jelly-like spinal disc loses its integrity and bulges, pushes out from its normal space. It can also degenerate from abnormal motion of the spinal vertebrae. This can press on the nerve root in your spine, causing pain, numbness or tingling in your legs, feet hips and more. Fortunately, spinal decompression is a very effective way to relieve the pain and repair disc herniation for many patients. Here are some facts:
Surgery is Risky – Did you know that up to 74% of back surgeries fail and leave patients in pain.
Spinal Injections Increase Risk of Bone Fractures – A 2013 study found that every single epidural spinal injection increases the risk of spinal fractures by 21%!Annals of Internal Medicine, Nov. 13, 2012 concluded the injections provided only slight, short-term (less than one year) improvement in leg pain and disability—but no back-pain benefit.
- Slight, short-term improvement – From the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, Nov. 13, 2012 they concluded the injections provided only slight, short-term (less than one year) improvement in leg pain and disability—but no back-pain benefit.
Our Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System provides a treatment system for patients suffering with incapacitating low back pain and sciatica, specifically to improve the quality of life for those suffering from herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, and other back ailments.
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This elective procedure consists of advanced technologies such as the DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System™, the Erchonia PL5000, Interferential Current, Cryotherapy and patient specific rehabilitation.
The DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System™ is designed to provide pain relief for compressive and degenerative injuries of the spine. Through the application of spinal decompressive forces to these injuries, the DRX9000™ has given patients relief from back pain and has allowed them to resume the activities they love.
The DRX9000™ has been designed to assist healthcare providers in their effort to treat back pain conditions. With treatment on the DRX9000™, you can non-surgically achieve relief from their debilitating back problems. By combining technology and science, physicians can utilize the DRX9000™ to offer patients an alternative to surgery.
Erchonia’s 3LT® Laser the PL5000 is a variable frequency, four diode laser that is encased in a custom designed, aircraft quality aluminum housing to resist the rigors of daily use in the real world. For more information go here: Cold Laser.
Dr. Darrell Swolensky presents non-surgical spinal decompression to the residents of Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada as an alternative to pain pills and surgery.
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Dr. Darrell Swolensky has been practicing in Henderson, Nevada for 20 years.
As a leading health professional in Nevada, he is dedicated to helping you achieve your health objectives — combining unique skill and expertise to maximize your experience. Dr. Swolensky offers advanded technologies to accelerate your results.
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