Spinal Decompression is effective in relieving pain associated with bulging and herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica and even relapse or failed back surgery.
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If you suffer from severe back pain, sciatica, or disc issues, spinal decompression therapy can change your life. Spinal decompression is a safe, gentle, and non-surgical program for treating common spinal conditions. It improves your posture, maximizes your nervous system functions, and allows you to return to your active lifestyle.
Spinal Decompression Treats:
Sciatica (radiating lower back and neck pain)
Bulging discs and herniated discs
Lower back pain
Failed back surgery
Severe chronic back pain
Neuropathic pain (tingling or numbness, shooting pain)
How Does It Work?
Patients lie on one of our state-of-the-art decompression beds. This device slowly relaxes and stretches the spine, removing the downward forces of gravity and creating a vacuum that allows oxygen and nutrients to flow back into the discs and begin the healing process.
Relieve spinal nerve pressure caused by bulging or herniated discs
Aid in the hydration of thinning discs
Significantly relieve pain, numbness/tingling in the arms, hands, legs and feet
Is Spinal Decompression Safe?
Yes. It’s an FDA-cleared treatment that’s gentle and comfortable with no risks and no side effects. Most patients experience no discomfort, and Envista Medical staff has advanced training in the procedure.
Am I a Good Candidate for Spinal Decompression?
Many people who suffer from chronic, debilitating neck and back pain find relief with spinal decompression therapy. Contact us today at (661) 587-0700to see if you’re a good candidate for this procedure.
Is It Covered By Insurance?
One benefit to working with Envista is that we verify all insurances and determine the total amount of coverage before we start the treatment.
Healthcare network providers we accept include: Blue Cross Blue Shield SISC, Aetna, United Healthcare, Cigna, Medicare, UMR, Some Kaiser Permanente, Tricare, CareCredit, County Insurance, and possibly others.