Spinal Decompression Therapy, Methods of regional anesthesia (nerve blocks, epidural installations) lead to the extensive elimination of pain perception and muscle tone reduction. Spinal Decompression Therapy prevents a reflective counter-tension from counteracting the efficiency of the subsequent stretching of the spine. This is made possible with the help of a sophisticated belt system, Spinal Decompression Therapy.
When treating the lumbar spine, the pelvis in step position
in the case of cervical spine treatment, the shoulders
The cervical / lumbar spine is gently stretched using a computer-aided control system (with individually programmable tension and relief patterns). This process is supported by a mobile microwave device that moves around the treatment area on a rail system underneath the bed and warms it up in a targeted manner. This irradiation can also be individually adapted to the irradiation field’s duration, intensity, and size.
- Pain relief
- Decompression and relief of the small vertebral joints
- Increase in the elasticity and mobility of the spine
- Expansion of the blood vessel system also in deep tissue layers
- Regional increase in metabolism
- Muscle loosening and relaxation
- application areas
After a detailed examination, review, and evaluation of the previous findings, weighing up the benefit and risk, and informing the patient, we indicate non-invasive Spinal Decompression Therapy, for example, for the following spinal problems.
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- Disc protrusion / herniation (protrusion / prolapse)
- Disc degeneration (wear and tear)
- Back leg pain and nerve root irritation (sciatica and radiculopathy)
- Arthrosis of the small vertebral joints (facet joint syndrome, spondylarthrosis)
- Spinal canal narrowing (spinal canal stenosis)
- before, instead of, after back surgery
The procedure has many advantages for the patient. It is modern, innovative, and highly effective and supports the view that unnecessary operations should be prevented as a matter of urgency. Although highly intensive work is carried out on the pain site, non-invasive spinal decompression is
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- limited to the affected body region (in contrast to the blasting of the rest of the body and the internal organs during pharmacotherapy)
- without general anesthesia (and the associated risks)
- nevertheless painless (pain elimination via regional anesthesia, EDA)
- comfortable (outpatient, regional pain elimination)
- safe (in the 16 years of use without a single complication), low-risk, little stressful
- requires little time (approx. 45 min. per session), series of 3-5 treatments
- Holistic treatment method (through a combination of regional anesthesia, microwave irradiation, the actual decompression through physical distraction)
- In many cases, non-invasive spinal decompression can avoid surgery.
The procedure is not suitable for patients with severe osteoporosis, slipping of the vertebrae (spondylolisthesis), vertebral body fractures, tumors, and vascular malformations in the area of the spine and for patients with certain congenital spinal defects, for Spinal Decompression Therapy columns with metal implants, bony blockages or intervertebral disc prostheses.
To ensure that none of these contraindications is present in the patient, we need up-to-date CT or MRI images that a specialist has examined.