The psychological effects of the below procedure can be very reassuring. Before going through this procedure the patient will suffer from anxiety because of the bleeding and the cuts that will be in his body. But once the patient knows that this procedure is non-surgical the patient will be at ease which will improve the chances of success of this procedure. Remember psychology is linked to everything from the tiniest procedure to the IT guy, to the book keeper that is why in this blog we try to take different aspects of injuries and look at them from a psychological perspective.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is a new medical technology which aims chiefly to treat disk problems and injuries in the lower back as well as the neck. One needs not to worry when taking this procedure because it is entirely innocuous and safe. It uses FDA cleared equipment which applies distraction forces upon the spinal structures in a controlled and graduated way. The distractions are balanced by cycles of partial relaxation. This very technique used in this kind of therapy (unloading because of distractions and positioning) has proved that it is possible to separate the vertebrae from each other gently consequentially creating vacuums within the discs which we have targeted.
The aftermath of Victoria Spinal Decompression Therapy
Many patients who have undergone this procedure have testified positively in the spine decompression reviews. After the surgery, expect long-term positive results such relief from pain, a relaxed back and neck and a normal life. Below is a patient’s review on this procedure from Melbourne Victoria.
I escaped surgery because of this alternative spinal therapy.
Initially I had two herniated discs within the lowest parts of my spine. I tried out PT, but instead it worsened the situation, I tried epidurals but it had no effect, finally I tried muscle relaxers… nothing helped! After a long search, My Orthopedic doctor recommended that I should see a Chiropractor who had enough experience on decompression therapy. I went through with the procedure, and to my surprise, within only 2 weeks I was 90% better! I don’t even know who I love more between my orthopedic doctor who recommended it or the Chiropractor who actually did it. The procedure was a life saver. It took 5 weeks alongside a fee of 4500 only. If you ask me, I would have paid double because it kept me away from surgery. I highly recommend it to anyone out there who is going through what I experienced.
From: Jim-Melbourne, Australia.
What are the side effects?
Many patients after the procedure have reported a sense of stretch in their backs, hips or even at the neck. And during the treatment sessions most of them often fall asleep. Although most times it becomes hard to foretell the possible future outcomes, experiences and patient reviews from time to time, there is an assurance of long-term relief or effective management of the pain after completion of the entire program for the treatment.
It is recommended that one keeps up a regular home exercise habit because this minimizes any chances of re-occurrence. Also, regular clinic visits will help the doctors to keep track of your condition, thus maintaining the health of your spine. But most important of all regular home care exercises and carefulness in daily activities is the best solution or key to long-term health relief. check this article for more on decompression therapy
decompression therapy procedures in some cases might take a while before one can start to see the full results. Sometimes also the soreness obtained from the procedure might not vanish right away, just be patient, because this does not necessarily indicate that the procedure failed. Although, this is not always the case, if you experience persistent difficulties, feel free give us an immediate call via (03) 95337770.