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KDT Neural Flex

Relief From Disc Compression-Related Pain

Disc related pain is one of the primary causes for chronic discomfort in many people. Symptoms such as low back, neck, radiating arm and leg pain and headaches are common indicators of compression-related pain. Disc herniation and compression, often due to injury, as well as posterior facet syndrome, osteoarthritis and other spinal-related issues are usually at the heart of this type of pain.

In the broadest possible terms, what essentially occurs is this: chronic or acute compression in the affected area impinges upon nerves, causing them to create a pain response, which is the discomfort which is felt. As long as the nerves are compressed, they will continue to fire, causing chronic discomfort.

Logically, if the compressed area is ‘opened up’ or decompressed, the trigger for the pain response is lessened or removed and pain can be managed or, in some cases, fully eradicated. Spinal decompression techniques, the most well-known of which is the McKenzie technique first developed in the 1960s, have in many cases proven to successful in mitigating pain and restoring functionality in patients suffering from disc compression issues.

With the refinement of decompression-specific treatment and protocols, including tilt-tables and inversion therapy, results keep getting better. The best results we’ve experienced, however, come from dedicated decompression therapy via treatment tables, such as the KDT Neural Flex. While often too expensive for small practices, we have found the results to be well worth the investment.

Our KDT Neural Flex decompression table enables us to more accurately and efficiently treat spinal decompression issues and effectively alleviate pain over the long term. This non-surgical therapy typically requires a series of relatively short sessions designed to identify and then open up compressed areas allowing for greater range of motion, increased healing, and nerve-response relief. Over time the condition and related pain lessens considerably, and greater range of motion is restored. We often prescribe specific exercises to complement the healing protocol.

If you are experiencing any chronic discomfort in the back, neck or extremities, I invite you to contact me personally for a free initial consultation to see if spinal decompression therapy is the right choice for you.

Want to learn more? Contact us.

Relief From Disc Compression-Related Pain

Disc related pain is one of the primary causes for chronic discomfort in many people. Symptoms such as low back, neck, radiating arm and leg pain and headaches are common indicators of compression-related pain. Disc herniation and compression, often due to injury, as well as posterior facet syndrome, osteoarthritis and other spinal-related issues are usually at the heart of this type of pain.

In the broadest possible terms, what essentially occurs is this: chronic or acute compression in the affected area impinges upon nerves, causing them to create a pain response, which is the discomfort which is felt. As long as the nerves are compressed, they will continue to fire, causing chronic discomfort.

Logically, if the compressed area is ‘opened up’ or decompressed, the trigger for the pain response is lessened or removed and pain can be managed or, in some cases, fully eradicated. Spinal decompression techniques, the most well-known of which is the McKenzie technique first developed in the 1960s, have in many cases proven to successful in mitigating pain and restoring functionality in patients suffering from disc compression issues.

With the refinement of decompression-specific treatment and protocols, including tilt-tables and inversion therapy, results keep getting better. The best results we’ve experienced, however, come from dedicated decompression therapy via treatment tables, such as the KDT Neural Flex. While often too expensive for small practices, we have found the results to be well worth the investment.

Our KDT Neural Flex decompression table enables us to more accurately and efficiently treat spinal decompression issues and effectively alleviate pain over the long term. This non-surgical therapy typically requires a series of relatively short sessions designed to identify and then open up compressed areas allowing for greater range of motion, increased healing, and nerve-response relief. Over time the condition and related pain lessens considerably, and greater range of motion is restored. We often prescribe specific exercises to complement the healing protocol.

If you are experiencing any chronic discomfort in the back, neck or extremities, I invite you to contact me personally for a free initial consultation to see if spinal decompression therapy is the right choice for you.

Want to learn more? Contact us.