SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY
Specializing in Non-Surgical Neck and Back Pain Management
Licensed, certified and insured Center for Pain and Rehab Medicine provides a nonsurgical approach to pain management.
IDD (intervertebral differential dynamics) therapy is a form of non-invasive, non-surgical treatment used by many doctors across the United States to treat low back and neck conditions. We are pleased to be able to offer our patients this form of therapy that will help relieve their pain, leaving them comfortable and functional.
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Accu-SPINA Machine Targets the Specific Location
Through the use of computerized technology, the Accu-SPINA machine can target the specific location that needs to be treated with minimal adverse effect on surrounding muscles. Each session last about 20 minutes, during which the machine will pull at a patient-specific weight.
This pulling causes a negative pressure within the disc allowing oxygen and nutrients necessary for healing to enter the space. Heat and massage may be included during the therapy session to assist in pain relief. Other therapy modalities such as core strengthening and stretches may be done before or after your session.
To maximize your results in using the Accu-SPINA system, it is recommended that each patient completes 20 sessions of IDD therapy. However, some patients may feel relief sooner. Sessions are typically done one to three days apart so as not to lose any progress made.
Studies have shown that there is an 86 percent success rate for patients who comply with their treatment protocol. Please call our office to set up an appointment time to discuss with our doctor your specific treatment plan to get you on the road to functioning more fully.
IDD Therapy Cannot Treat All Conditions
We would love to be able to treat all of our patients who may be suffering from back or neck pain. However, patients with the following conditions/circumstances WILL NOT be treated with IDD therapy:
Women who are pregnant
Patients with prior cervical/lumbar surgical fusions
Patients with compression fracture of lumbar spine below L1
Patients with spinal bifida
Patients with disc space infections
Patients with severe peripheral neuropathy
Patients with severe osteoporosis
There are a number of other conditions that are not treatable with this form of therapy. Our doctor will discuss these with you at time of appointment. Call us at (678) 284-4000 for a quick initial consultation.