Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy

Our clinic addresses your concern using a multifaceted approach in order to address all aspects of your condition. Thus providing you not only with thorough care, but also increasing your probability of a full recovery.

We are proud to say that we offer the most advanced TRUE Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Technology on the market. Our treatment technology is so effective, that our patients can experience significant pain reduction within as little as 3 visits.

One of the reasons we are able to achieve accelerated healing is due to the precision of our treatment. By having such percision, your body has the potential of adapting very rapidly to care and your symptoms can be reduced quickly. 

While under treatment, our technology will gently start to distract your problematic disc(s) in such a fashion that we are able to create a sustained negative pressure (i.e. vacuum-like effect) within the disc. Therefore, we are able to draw water and nutrients back into the disc from the surrounding tissue AND herniated disc material back into the disc.

That is to say, if you are suffering from herniation this vacuum-like effect is able to draw that herniated disc material back into the center of the disc and into its natural position removing the pressure from the nerves.

Therefore this will not only remove the numbness and tingling from your legs and arms but also remove your back and neck pain as well.

If you suffer from degenerative disc disease, this treatment is ideal for rehydrating your disc and preventing the painful rubbing of bone on bone contact.


some of the dangers of surgical intervention with
back & neck pain

Persistent Pain

Continuous and/or increased pain levels may arise after surgery.


This is estimated to affect up to one in 25 people who have lumbar decompression surgery.

hardware fracture

The rods, screws and plates that are used to fuse your spine may break apart in your body.

implant migration

The hardware that the surgeon places by your spine may move in which case may damage your spine and patients will most likely require a second surgery.

nerve migration

Around one in 20-100 people who has lumbar decompression surgery will develop new numbness or weakness in one or both legs as a result of the operation.


A serious, complication that can occur as a result of lumbar decompress surgery. It's estimated to occur in less than one in every 300 operations.