Spinal Decompression

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Spinal Decompression Has Been Proven To Have Success Rates Of Up To 90%

If you are suffering from any of the following conditions, there is a good chance that spinal decompression prescribed by the osteopaths at The Mayfair Clinic will be just what you need.

Neck Problems

• Slipped, Bulging or Herniated Disc

• Spinal Stenosis

• Degenerative Disc Disease

• Trapped Nerve

Back Problems

• Slipped, Bulging or Herniated Disc

• Spinal Stenosis

• Degenerative Disc Disease

• Sciatica

According to much independent research, spinal decompression is the best treatment for disc related symptoms. Boasting success rates approaching 90% it’s easy to see why this is becoming the go-to treatment for acute and chronic back pain sufferers alike. Spinal decompression is a safe and effective treatment that can not only get results faster, with less side effects. It will inevitably save you from wasting money on ineffective treatments, or costly side effects from more serious injections or surgery as well.

The conditions above, as well as many others, can cause tremendous pain. Often we see patients with these conditions facing prospects of more serious invasive procedures such as injections or surgery.

The discs between the bones in the spine are strong but sometimes become damaged. They provide your spine with cushioning and are very important for dampening the stress of daily activities. Activities, like walking or running, as well as going over road bumps all, put pressure on your spine. Without your discs helping absorb some of the impact, you’d be in trouble!

Over time, however, things like poor posture, repetitive tasks, or even accidents can cause damage to the discs. Spinal Decompression is a gentle approach that we use, sometimes combined with our other innovative technologies, to help patients recover quickly and avoid “going under the knife“.

How Does Spinal Decompression Reduce Painful Back Or Neck Symptoms?

How this anti-gravity treatment works

It Starts From The Consultation

Diagnosing the right disc or discs, to establish where to target treatment is vital. Examination, special orthopaedic testing and sometimes imaging reviews will help us focus in on the damaged area. The source of your pain.

We have the ability to refer for further scans such as MRI’s with ease, however if you have your own scans or reports already, this helps us speed up the process to treatment and your pain relief.

During Your Treatment

Most patients find the treatment relaxing. The machine will gently pull at your own personalised high and low settings. This gently “pumps your spine’s discs“, taking the pressure off them and helping ease the symptoms at the same time.

Treatment of this sort allows gentle movement to take pressure off your disc at the same time as helping provide your disc with the nutrients needed to heal and recover properly.

Setting Up Your Spinal Decompression

Based on your height, weight and other factors, the treatment settings will be pre-programmed. We may also choose to focus treatment further, if necessary, by adjusting the position and direction of the treatment. All of this is carefully recorded at your first session. By taking care with your setup, we ensure that treatment is repeatable and effective.

After Your Spinal Decompression

It doesn’t stop just because you finish your session. Part of the reason patients end up seeing us with these problems is a lack of direction or previous guidance. There will likely be habits outside our clinic that are preventing your back from recovering until now.

We will give you specific advice on which activities to avoid, and which habits to keep outside the treatment room. It is this, that helps us make your experience of spinal decompression all the more positive and successful!

Research & Spinal Decompression

We only use treatments at that work. As you might expect there have been numerous research articles looking at the effectiveness of Spinal Decompression. Below are some findings from various Clinics and Universities.

88.9% effective (Mayo Clinic Study), based on the results of 20 treatments over a six-week period.

9/10 Satisfaction Rates (Stanford University), based on statistics from 23 treatments over an eight-week period.

Patients in a study who had suffered chronic lower back pain for ten or more years, who followed a specific treatment protocol for two weeks, saw a reduction in pain levels by up to 50% (John Hopkins University)

Is Spinal Decompression Safe For Me

Spinal Decompression is an extremely safe treatment approach, especially when compared with painkillers, let alone injections or surgery. This is something proven by research time and time again.

Contact Us to have a conversation about your own personal circumstances and symptoms.

15 Things To Know Before Spinal Surgery

You probably know by now that spinal decompression is a great treatment option. Unfortunately, the disc bulges and other conditions that respond very well to spinal decompression are commonly treated with surgery.

To See the 15 things to know before you go down the surgical route, Click Here and follow the prompts.

What About If I Have Degenerative Disc Disease

Very common in the aging population, Degenerative Disc Disease or “DDD” can cause a lot of discomfort and pain. Decompression, when done correctly can really help reduce the pain associated with DDD.

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I Have Herniated Discs, Will Spinal Decompression Help?

We know exactly how to treat herniated discs with Spinal Decompression to get the best results, the research on the effectiveness on these conditions is well documented in the research too.

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Why Spinal Decompression Makes More Sense Than Pain Killers & Surgery

Do you know why your spinal disc injuries cause you pain? There are lots of options but you should know what your chosen treatment does, so you can figure out what the research says about painkillers, injections, & surgery.

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