Back On Trac Spinal Decompression

If you suffer from back pain, you’re not alone. According to the American Chiropractic Association, one-half of the working American population admits to experiencing symptoms of back pain each year. Spinal Decompression, a non-invasive, non surgical therapy, has shown great success in relieving back pain.

Spinal Decompression is accomplished by comfortably applying distraction tension and relaxation among spinal discs, and the use of proper positioning of the spine. As a result, a vacuum effect occurs within the spinal discs, pulling back disc material that has extended beyond its normal confines. Patients can lay back and relax while the injured discs are gently decompressed to restore adequate blood flow and stimulate the healing process.

Spinal Decompression Therapy offers:

  • Lower cost compared to surgery
  • Non-invasive procedure
  • No lengthy recovery time as with surgery

5 Reasons Patients Love the Back on Trac Experience 

  • No scary restraints or belts: Unlike yesterday’s treatment solutions, Back on Trac offers therapy without all those cumbersome restraints and belts that patients hate.
  • Lasting relief because ALL the important areas are targeted: Therapy is delivered through gentle stretching of the spine, joints, and a wide range of important muscles, including those in the back, neck, hips, and thighs.
  • It's non-invasive and it works: Any time an effective solution can be found for chronic back pain, our patients rejoice!
  • It doesn't just work - it feels great: Patients start out seated and are gently leaned back with benefits of vibration and heat which puts you in a relaxed state of mind and body!

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The BOT table could be a successful solution for those suffering from:

▪ Low back pain
▪ Facet syndrome
▪ Herniated disc
▪ Protruding disc
▪ Extruded disc
▪ Lumbar Sprain Strain
▪ Sciatica
▪ Spondylosis
▪ Spondylothesis Anterior and
▪ Spondylolysis Congenital and
▪ Spinal Fusion
▪ Failed Lumbar Surgical Syndrome
▪ Spinal Stenosis Congenital and
▪ Degenerative Disc Disease
▪ Neuromuscular Reeducation
▪ Therapeutic Exercise
▪ Large Diameter Afferent
▪ Small Diameter Afferent
▪ Type II Mechanoreceptor
▪ Pain Management
▪ Pain Reduction
▪ Pain Elimination
▪ Multimodal Sensory Stimulation

What Research Surrounds the Procedure?

In a recent clinical study of 778 patients, Disc Decompression Therapy was shown to be more than 70% successful in the treatment of herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome and sciatica (Grose, Naguszewski, and Naguszewski, 1998). In the same study 92% of patients had a reduction in their pain of at least one point on the 0 to 5 scale.

Another clinical study of 219 patients suffering from herniated disc and degenerative disc diseases found non-surgical Spinal Decompression to be a successful treatment as defined by pain reduction, reduction in use of pain medications, normalization of range of motion, reflex and gait, and recovery of sensory or motion loss (Gionis and Grotke, 2003).

Such positive clinical data supporting Decompression Therapy makes this inexpensive treatment an obvious next-step on the path to becoming pain free.