Are You Tired of Back Pain?

Do what the astronauts did to get out of pain! They went into outer space where gravity was no longer a problem. But moving to outer space is probably not an option for most of us? So what’s the answer? Spinal decompression is being used at prestigious research institutions such as Stanford University and the Mayo Clinic with a success rate of 90%! Over 70% of back surgeries are unsuccessful or make matters worse.

How does Spinal Decompression work?

Spinal Decompression provides relief to severe back and neck pain sufferers by gently reducing the pressure within spinal discs. The bones of the spine are slowly and methodically separated using the state-of-the-art DYNA PRO Spinal Decompression Unit. As the vertebrae are separated pressure is slowly reduced within the disc (intradiscal pressure) until a vacuum is formed. This vacuum “sucks” the gelatinous center of the disc back inside thereby reducing the disc bulge or disc herniation. Significant disc bulge reduction removes pressure off the spinal nerves and drastically reduces pain and disability. This “sucking” vacuum also pulls much-needed oxygen, nutrients and fluid into injured and degenerated discs allowing the healing to begin.

How Do Spinal Discs Become Injured?

Over time gravity, spinal joint dysfunction and accumulated trauma cause the discs to compress, flatten and degenerate. Significant disc damage can become a tear called a disc herniation. The “jelly center” of the disc can also dry out over time which is referred to as degenerative disc disease. All forms of disc injury can eventually impinge on the nerves exiting the spine (“pinched nerve”) which can create numbness, tingling, burning or sharp pain down the arms or legs. Sharp pain originating from the back and “shooting” down the legs is often referred to as sciatica. The only treatment that can reverse this degenerative compression is NON-SURGICAL SPINAL DECOMPRESSION or THE DYNA PRO!

Spinal Decompression Can Treat The Following Conditions

* Sciatica
* Herniated Disc- Neck
* Neck Disc Bulge
* Pinched Nerve
* Herniated Disc- Back
* Degenerative Disc Disease

Thank you,
Dr. Bob Moulas D.C.

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