San Francisco Spinal Decompression Doctor Comments:
About 6 years ago we added non-surgical spinal decompression to the mix with the DRX9000. The DRX9000 lumbar decompression system is a machine that uses computerized technology to treat lumbar disc herniations, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, and degenerative disc disease.
Spinal disc decompression is often times able to repair herniated discs without surgical intervention.
Patients that have been suffering for years with chronic back pain, sciatica, leg weakness, and muscle spasms, more often than not are able to return to a more normal "active" lifestyle.
Non-surgical treatment of herniated discs was once thought impossible. I know that's what I thought when I first heard about spinal decompression therapy…without the knife.
But that was then, and this is now. Non-surgical spinal disc decompression is now considered the "Gold Standard" for drug-less, non-surgical intervention for low back pain and sciatica secondary to a pinched nerve in the low back.
The majority of pinched nerves are caused by either a herniated lumbar disc or a bulging lumbar disc…both of which respond favorably to spinal decompression treatment with the DRX9000 or other decompression systems…there are many good ones.
So…have you been told by your medical doctor that you need back surgery? Have you had numerous cortisone injections? Have you tried physical therapy or chiropractic care with limited success? If so, you may be a candidate for spinal decompression therapy with the DRX9000 or DRX9000c, which treats cervical disc herniations.
Anyway, YES…there is such a thing as non-surgical disc herniation therapy…and it's available at our San Francisco Spinal Decompression Center in downtown San Francisco.
To find out if you are a candidate for lumbar decompression therapy or cervical decompression therapy with the DRX9000 or DRX9000c, call 415-392-2225 and ask for a Complimentary Consultation.
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