Anyone who has back pain or neck pain caused in whole or in part by a damaged disc may be helped by Disc Ease Therapy
There is a very good reason why thousands of former back pain sufferers are calling non-surgical lumbar decompression the "eighth wonder of the world." This amazing new bio-technology is responsible for cracking the back pain code for thousands of FORMER back pain sufferers.
The world's most advanced treatement for low-back related conditions.
The lumbar/ce4rvical decompression more specifically known as Disc Ease Therapy is a quantum leap forward in bio-technology that corrects low back conditions such as herniated dics, bulging discs, protruding discs, degenerative disc disease, arthritis, sciatica, posterior facet syndrome, and failed back surgery syndrome.
Disc Ease Therapy, the world's most advanced non-surgical treatment for low back related conditions, was developed after many years of research and clinical tests by a team of physicians including a world renowned neurosurgeon and biomedical engineers.
Four years ago, our doctors were introduced to Disc Ease Therapy. They have been extensively trained and certified and have recently purchased a Disc Ease Therapy unit. According to Superior Health Care, the Disc Ease Therapy targets a specific lumbar level or disc. It creates a negative pressure or a vacuum effect inside of the disc allowing the center or nucleus of the disc to be re-absorbed into its proper position, unherniating the disc. Disc Ease Therapy rehydrates the disc.
Disc Ease Therapy Rehydrates the disc
When describing the treatment of a degenerative disc, using the Disc Ease therapy, Superior Health Car uses a sponge as an analogy for the decompression process. "A degenerate disc is like a dry sponge - it should be like a wet sponge. So by creating this pump-like action through the Disc Ease Therapy, we can rehydrate the disc with nutrients and restore it to its optimal function." Research began on spinal decompression more than a decade ago. A team of top biomedical engineers and physicians investigated the phenomena. The Disc Ease Therapy uses the technology that came out of their research.
Surgery can be risky and expensive
Traditionally, surgery, pain medications and physical therapy have been the primary treatments employed by doctors to address most problems involving the spine. The complications from back surgery can be sever and may result in permanent debilitating conditions. Surgery can be very risky and extremely expensive. Pain medications can make it difficult for a person to carry-on with normally day-to-day activities and still does nothing to correct the underlying cause of the condition.
Physical dependency on those drugs is also another very real concern. While physical therapy can sometimes offer temporary relief for the symptoms, most patients observer that the actual benefits were marginal at best and in most cases, allowed their condition to worsen - thereby making real correction more difficult. Another common treatment is steroidal injections. While this can also provide temporary relief, it is expensive and can also allow your condition to worsen as it only masks the pain.
Disc Ease Therapy has proven to be a successful treatment for low back pain due to disc herniations, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, arthritis, and posterior facet syndrome. This procedure has also provided a non-surgical option for a larger portion of the geriatric population suffering from degenerative disc disease when surgery is contraindicated.
Recent research reveled Disc Ease Therapy treatments for low back pain to be very successful. Dr Eskander states, "Disc Ease Therapy is advantageous for patients simply because it's another avenue for them to seek care for clinical conditions." He continues, "It gives us another way to maximize the actual treatment procedure that we perform in our office."
New patient protocol at Superior Health Care includes a complimentary consultation to determine candidacy for the rejuvenation therapy. Following the consultation, patients undergo a neurological, orthopedic and spinal biomechanical exam. A biomechanical x-ray will be taken to demonstrate force differentials involved in the underlying cause to most back and spinal conditions.
Often times, patients find the Disc Ease Therapy so comfortable they fall asleep. The comfort level is due in part to the fact that the Disc Ease Therapy can target a specific disc level and exclude inhibitory muscle fiber action. Unlike traction tables, the increase and decrease of the decompression follows a logarithmic curve, which inhibits the first of muscle spasms, allowing the decompression to occur. Spinal decompression therapy achieves its effects through decompression of the intervertibral discs and facet joints.
"The Disc Ease Therapy system has treated well over 7,000 patients. The majority of patients that successfully complete the treatment regimen stay pain free," explains Dr. Eskander. "Those patients who usually suffer recurrent low back pain have experienced a new trauma or a repetitive motion injury due to their job or activity." Dr. Eskander states, "We offer some of the most advanced non-surgical treatments and stay up-to-date on the latest spine research."
Hundreds of doctors can attest to the benefits thousands of patients have received as a result of this revolutionary process. The Disc Ease Therapy system has treated well over 7,000 patients and has produced an incredible success rate.
Professional athletes have become big fans of this treatment. It was, for example, instrumental in the amazing return of Mario Lemieux to the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League after a 2 year retirement forced by lower back problems.