DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy TM
Brando Chiropractic is proud to announce the arrival of the latest in Non-Surgical relief from Neck or Back pain with an 86% success rate! If you have shooting pain (sciatica) going down the leg(s) from your back, or into the arm(s) from your neck, or have been diagnosed with a herniated or bulging disc.
"As the success rate is so high, physicians should have an ethical obligation to try decompression therapy prior to even contemplating surgery."
-- D. Meek, M.D., Neurosurgeon, Odessa, TX
Non-surgical relief from back or neck pain
What is spinal decompression therapy?
Spinal Decompression Therapy is FDA cleared, and is a non-surgical traction-based therapy which is helping thousands avoid the cost and risk of spinal surgery.
DTS therapy gently stretches the spine, relieving pressure from the discs, joints, and muscular tissues, while enhancing the body's natural healing process. The gentle distractive forces of the DTS creates a decompression or negative pressure effect on the injured disc helping rehydrate the disc and draw back in the disc herniation or bulge.
Your comfort and safety are of primary importance during the DTS Therapy. Unlike any other decompression device, there are several positioning options. You should be 100% comfortable to achieve the objective of complete rehabilitation of the discs and spine.
During DTS Therapy, you will experience several cycles of stretch and relaxation , which gently graduates to the desired level over a period of several minutes. You are given an automatic- Stop button to hold in your hand, if for whatever reason you feel the slightest bit uncomfortable.
Therapy sessions typically last less than 20 minutes, and most patients feel pain relief in as little as 6-10 treatments. It is important to remember, however, that pain subsiding does not indicate that your discs and spine are healed yet. It is critical that the patient should stick to the treatment protocol prescribed by the doctor in order to achieve the full value and long lasting results. (There is a reason why the braces do not come off the instant your teeth look straight, and why you must continue using a retainer even after they do come off.)