Clinical studies have shown non-surgical spinal decompression to be successful (good or excellent relief) in more than 70% of patients with bulging and/or herniated discs, degenerative joint disease, and facet syndrome – without the side effects. One decompression study showed up to a 90% reduction in disc herniation in 71.4% of patients.

Why is that so amazing? Herniated discs were thought to be difficult to treat without surgery before the introduction of this incredible new technology. Even better, treatment with this non-surgical therapy is painless, drugless and there are no documented side effects. In fact, most patients report the treatments are so relaxing they actually fall asleep. Best of all, the results tend to be much better than with other therapies.

Would you like to check out this amazing new technology and see if you qualify for treatment without cost or obligation?

You will get see everything first and find out if spinal decompression will be your back and neck pain solution as it has been for more than 70% of former back and neck pain patients in well documented studies. Shortly, we will reveal to you exactly how you can do just that, but first, we want to tell you the amazing story as to how spinal decompression was discovered, how it works and why there is an excellent chance it will be the answer to your back and neck pain. Even if you decide not take advantage if this incredible offer, just reading this story will give you many of the back and neck pain answers you have been looking for.

Now you already know about the disc in between the vertebrae, it’s like jelly donut (not really). The outside of the disc is made up of tough fibers called annulus fibrosus and the inside has a soft, jelly-like substance, the nucleus pulposus. When your disc is injured or torn, the jelly-like substance on the inside can leak out. This is called a prolapsed or herniated disc.

If the outer material is not torn, discs can bulge – without herniating. A good analogy would be to think about what happens when you step on a balloon and it doesn’t pop. The balloon bulges out to one side or the other without the rubber breaking. When a disc bulges or herniates it can cause back and neck pain. It can also pinch the delicate nerves that pass by as they come out of the spine and shoot the pain down an arm or leg. If you were in space, the effects of gravity are mostly removed and you are in a weightless like state. All the pressure is taken off your spine and discs. Even better – and this is the key – a negative pressure can be created inside the disc. That negative pressure can over time move the herniated material and nutrients from the blood supply right back into the disc, allowing it to heal. It also takes the pressure off the nerve root and relieves PAIN. It takes away the true cause of your symptoms and pain instead of just masking it with drugs. One of the major reasons you lose height as you get older is due to this shrinking of multiple discs.

developments and the work of a team of physicians and medical engineers - - VAX-D, Lordex, and Saunders Medical Group now offers this technology in their incredible Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression machines, and we bring them to you.The patented process using this equipment has been proven to relieve pain by:

According to a study in the American Journal of Pain Management, the decompression method provided good to excellent results for over 80% of patients with herniated or ruptured discs and in 75% of patients with facet arthrosis.

NSSD has been approved for back and neck treatment by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and has shown effectiveness for:

A very important note: NSSD has been successful with even severe cases, when NOTHING else worked. NSSD has been successful with failed back surgery syndrome –FBSS, which may be caused by scar tissue formation from surgery.

You lie comfortably on your stomach (preferably) or back on the table and next fitted with a light weight fastened harness. The upper body support system helps to stabilize your upper body during the decompression. The Spinal Decompression table adjusts in flexion/extension, side bending, and rotation or raises up to focus the angel of pull. This allows us to accommodate painful postural deformities that are difficult to treat with any other decompression system.

The distractive forces utilize a unique intermittent distracting to avoid proprioceptive response which creates muscle spasm. The split table design decreases friction and allows gentle and mostly imperceptible separation of the vertebra by several millimeters, minimizing the effect of gravity.

herniated material return to its normal position and stops the pain. Patients describe the treatment as a gentle, painless, intermittent pulling of you back. It can be so relaxing; many patients actually fall asleep during treatment.

Regular traction has been around for a long time. The results of this therapy for back and neck pain has been minimal at best. The big problem with traction is it pulls both the muscles and the spine. The NSSD applies specific forces to decrease intradiscal pressure and enhance fluid exchange within the disc. This expands the space between the bones and restores nutrients and blood flow to the disc – which causes healing.

MRI studies comparing regular traction therapy to spinal decompression have shown regular traction does NOT return herniated material back into the disc, while spinal decompression does. Patients also say the NSSD is extremely comfortable, even relaxing, while traction can be very uncomfortable.

Patients typically undergo 15 to 30 treatment sessions. Each treatment lasts between 25 – 45 minutes. This is determined by your individual circumstances and a thorough evaluation. Following each session, a cold pack and interferential electric muscle stimulation are applied to help provide lasting pain relief and speed the healing process.

It is important to note that many patients get substantial, immediate relief after just a few treatments – some after just one treatment. The really good news is… this is not something you have to continue to do for the rest of your life.

When you set up an appointment for a free consultation, we will show you, through computerized testing and examination procedures, EXACTLY what’s causing your problem and determine if you are a suitable candidate for NSSD. We will also tell you if you have a condition that may require surgical treatment and refer you out if necessary. We will show you and explain to you in an easy-to-understand manner what’s causing your pain and how you can get better as fast as possible – how you can finally start getting your life back.