Spinal Decompression also known as Traction

An alternative therapeutic technique designed with the aim of alleviating pain on the spinal cord of on one or more compressed nerve roots passing through or exiting the spinal columns while promoting healing of the intervertebral disc.

Therapeutic distraction can be applied in a variety of programmable patterns, cycles, and functions providing treatment in static, intermittent, and cyclic distraction in a variety of forces whereby relieving pressures on structures which may be causing pain in the skeletal or muscular origin (in the Cervical, Thoracic or lumbar spine).

Traction can be used to relieve peripheral radiation, sciatica and pain associated with: Herniated discs, Protruding discs, Spinal root impingement, Bulging discs, Hypomobility, Prolapsed discs, Degenerative Disc and Joint disease, Facet syndrome, Posterior facet syndrome, Compression factures, Acute facet problems, Joint pain, Radicular pain, Discogenic pain, Pinched nerves, and many other back conditions.