Decompression Therapy

Decompression Therapy


Are you suffering from chronic neck and back pain? The doctors at Schneider Clinic can help. Our unique and effective Decompression Therapy does not require drugs, injections, or surgery. Having chronic back pain can disrupt your life a great deal and you will become victim to your pain. You don't have to suffer any longer. Let us help you get your life back and start living pain free!


Why Choose Schneider Clinic?

  • Decompression Certified
  • Over 40,000 Decompression Treatments Performed
  • Utilizing the Latest Systems and Protocols
  • Doctors and Nurses Overseeing Your Treatment with Weekly Clinical Rounds
  • Customized Nutritional Protocols to Promote Optimal Disc and Joint Healing
  • Lifestyle Education to Prevent Future Re-Injury
  • Flexible Payment Plans and Insurance Options
  • Therapeutic Exercise and Rehab Instruction


What is Chiropractic Decompression Therapy?

Schneider Clinic's Decompression Therapy is a non-surgical treatment with the latest computer-aided technology. Decompression Therapy successfully treats the low back, mid back and neck. This unique treatment is effective in treating painful and debilitating conditions such as degenerative disc disease, herniated disc, stenosis, degenerative arthritis of the neck and back, and pinched nerves in the neck and back that can cause arm and leg pain.

Decompression Therapy is used by both medical physicians and chiropractic physicians. It is used to relieve pain by focusing and isolating treatment to the one of two discs causing your condition. During the treatment session, our patients can lie comfortable on their back while the latest protocols are utilized to gently pull and decompress the injured disc, relieving pressure on the nerves. Some of our patients become so relaxed during the procedure that they fall asleep!


What Can Spinal Decompression Treat?

  • Bulging, prolapsed or herniated discs
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spinal arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Facet syndrome
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Pinched nerves
  • Spondylosis
  • Pain radiating down arms and legs
  • Herniated discs
  • Hip pain
  • and much more

    How Spinal Decompression Works

    During the spinal decompression session, your spine is gently pulled as well as relaxed in a professional manner which relieves pressure within the disc and the nerves. Our doctors and nurses will use the computer-aided technology to customize the settings to your needs and to isolate the particular disc that you are experiencing problems with.

    Our Spinal Decompression Therapy utilizes state-of-the-art technology, high-tech decompression tables, as well as bands and belts to gently stretch the spine and pull out spinal abnormalities. This helps restore the spine to proper alignments and provide optimal relief to your pain.

    • It helps to align the herniated disc material back into its position in the disc.
    • It facilitates the movement of healing nutrients to the affected disc and the healing process begins.

    Candidates for Spinal Decompression Therapy

    If you are suffering from back and neck pains and you don’t want to undergo surgery, then definitely you qualify for this type of therapy. If you are also on a budget constraint, you can opt for this option because it will save you money. We also have customizable payment plans that we'd be happy to discuss.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    How many days will it take to see results after spinal decompression therapy?
    The time it takes for satisfactory results varies from one patient to another. Some take longer than others. However, immediate results are not expected. Typically, it takes two to three sessions before you start realizing results. Significant improvement are usually noticed as go undergo more therapy sessions.

    What are the possible side effects of spinal decompression therapy?
    There have been minimal side effects reported by patients who undergo this type of therapy. However, some patients have reported muscle spasm during the earlier sessions. The effects are short term and they last for a matter of minutes. Otherwise, decompression is safe.

    How long does spinal decompression treatment take?
    Typically, the whole treatment session lasts for up to six weeks. On the first few weeks, you might have to receive multiple treatments. After the initial treatments, future treatments can be spaced further out depending on overall success.

    When it comes to dealing with back pain, there are somethings that you should never overlook. It is important to note that back pains cause a lot of discomfort and even affect your posture. This is a surgery and drug free treatment that works. You can avoid surgical treatments in favor of this treatment and achieve better results. It works!

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