Eliminate Neck & Back Pain With Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

An Alternative Treatment To Surgery Or Drugs That Works!

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Best Non-Surgical Decompression Treatment In Syracuse

Imagine what your life would be like if you were no longer suffering from chronic neck or back pain? This is a reality for thousands of patients in the Syracuse area that we have treated with spinal decompression. Instead of being in pain from the moment they wake up to the moment they go to bed, they actually can enjoy life again being pain-free.

What Is Spinal Decompression?

Spinal decompression is a cutting-edge treatment option for people who are suffering from chronic neck and back pain. This is a proven non-invasive alternative to drug therapy or surgery in treating arm, leg, neck, and back pain associated with degenerative spinal disc disease.

How It Works:

Spinal decompression treatment is a gentle treatment that lengthens and decompresses the spine reversing the pressure within a damaged disc. This creates an intradiscal vacuum which takes pressure off the nerve, helps to reshape and rehydrate the damaged disc.

If you have been considering whether or not you may benefit from non-surgical spinal decompression, our Baldwinsville-based professionals at Syracuse Medical & Aesthetics can help you make that decision. If you suffer from severe neck or low back pain, you may have a serious condition that requires treatment.

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What Is Your Condition?

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“I have been suffering from Sciatica for years and missing out on my life. Dr. Gardner’s treatment was pain-free and gave me my life back” Jenny B.

Baldwinsville, NY

Common Conditions Treated By Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression is a proven non-surgical treatment for chronic neck and back pain caused by…

  • Sciatica
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Bulging Disc
  • Herniated Disc
  • Posterior Facet syndrome
  • Post-surgical patients
  • Non-specified mechanical low back or neck pain
  • Numbness in the hands or arms

Many of our patients come to us knowing the underlying cause; however, some do not. For those who do not know, our doctors can perform diagnostic tests to see what the cause is. Diagnosis of the underlying cause is the key to determining the best procedures to correct the issue. The treatment of choice for these issues is non-surgical spinal decompression, a frequently relied upon procedure that is gentle, non-invasive, and highly effective. We use the FDA cleared SpineMED® system, a NON-SURGICAL, DRUG-FREE procedure that is EXCEPTIONALLY COMFORTABLE. It offers hope when other treatments have failed.

Learn More About Our SpineMed® Spinal Decompression

SpineMed® decompression system is the latest in non-surgical decompression technology and Syracuse Medical is the only practice in Central New York to be able to offer it to our patients. This system was developed based on years of clinical experience and feedback from healthcare professionals. We use the SpineMed® system because it was designed to help patients whose pain is caused by a damaged lumbar or cervical spinal disc.

A typical SpineMed® session is a pleasant experience for our patients. The system is designed to keep you comfortably positioned whether you are being treated for low back pain or cervical pain. The treatment is performed with the patient fully clothed and has been described by our patients as being painless and extremely effective. In fact, many of our patients fall asleep during their treatments.

WHY SPINEMED® IS BETTER THAN OTHER DECOMPRESSION TREATMENTS

Overcoming Reflex Contractions

In order to achieve successful decompression treatment depends upon the ability to distract the spine without creating reflex muscle contractions or spasms. Our SpineMED® system monitors tension applied to the patients we treat every 2.5 milliseconds and can make adjustments every 20 milliseconds. This ability to almost instantly sense and adjust tensions is a key difference that distinguishes SpineMED® Decompression from other devices and conventional traction.

Targeted Distraction

We get better results with better technology. SpineMED®’s patented pelvic tilt feature is designed to adjust our patient’s positioning to accurately isolate and decompress specific segments of the spine. By being able to do this and having a more efficient capture, SpineMED® is engineered to achieve optimum decompression for our patients. The ability to achieve positive outcomes using lower forces greatly increases patient comfort and suitability, particularly with acute patients and older adults.

 

Repeatable Sessions

We can replicate the same treatment 100% of the time from session to session. Our SpineMED® system eliminates the variability or inconsistent positioning of harnesses, regardless of the patient or the operator, with its highly accurate pelvic restraint system.

 

More Comfortable

Our patients have a very comfortable experience. Our SpineMED® system’s pelvic restraints apply an indiscernible pressure against the pelvis, and an inflatable air bladder supports the patient’s natural lordosis to dramatically improve comfort during the procedure.

Lower Forces

We are able to reduce the pressure on our patients. With updated harnesses and direct capture of the pelvis with the patented restraints, SpineMED® decompression protocols call for a fraction of the force required with previous devices. For example, the average protocol for a 200lb patient on SpineMED® is 60lbs of force, compared with over 110lbs on older devices. SpineMED®’s lower force requirements dramatically increase patient comfort and tolerance while virtually eliminating any risk of exacerbations or other negative side effects.

 

We Accommodate Any Size Patient

We are able to help more patients. Our SpineMED® system’s pelvic restraints comfortably secure bigger and smaller patients ranging from 70 to 500 lbs. The restraints effectively displace adipose tissue to capture the skeletal structure without having to rely on different-sized harnesses.

 

Focused Distraction

We zero-in and accurately isolate your damaged discs. With SpineMED®’s pelvic tilt feature there is no guesswork. It rotates the pelvis between 0–25 degrees during lumbar sessions, while the cervical section positions the head between 0–30 degrees of flexion for cervical sessions. It also has adjustable patient positioning designed to accurately move the focal point of distraction, allowing SpineMED® to target specific spinal segments. Older technologies can’t compete with the effectiveness of our system allowing us to get the best results for our spinal decompression patients in the Syracuse area.

What Our Patients Are Saying About Our Decompression Treatments

Why Choose Syracuse Medical For Your Spinal Decompression Treatments?

Achieving overall spinal health is a process that requires experience and knowledge. Our goals for all of our spinal decompression patients are to…

  1. Improve your symptoms
  2. Improve the quality of your life
  3. Keep you healthy

We have performed over 50,000 successful non-surgical spinal decompression treatments in the Syracuse and Central New York area. In Syracuse, NY, when you experience pain of any level in your lower back, turn to us for solutions. Why? Because we have a history of getting amazing results for our patients. By using our SpineMed® Spinal Decompression treatment we are able to improve our patient’s lives, in some cases eliminating their pain completely. If you live in Baldwinsville and the surrounding community, you can find relief through our skilled procedures and talented professionals. For more information and to set up a free consultation, contact us today by clicking here.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spinal Decompression

What Conditions Does Spinal Decompression Help?
Spinal decompression helps eliminate pain caused by Sciatica, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative Disc Disease, Herniated Discs, and Bulging Discs. At Syracuse Medical we have successfully treated thousands of patients experiencing chronic neck and back pain allowing them to get their lives back.
How Does Spinal Decompression Treatment Work?
Discs can be damaged by a spinal injury, chronic poor posture or a variety of other health conditions. This damage takes away their ability to perform their cushioning duties. Spinal decompression treatment is able to relieve pressure from damaged shock-absorbing discs located between your vertebrae. With our SpineMed® decompression treatment sessions we aim to repair these discs using by creating quick, effective vacuum forces to occur inside your damaged discs. This allows for fresh circulation and hydration to be pulled back into the disc which helps to reshape it back into its healthy position. By reshaping these damaged discs we are able to take the pressure off of your nerves which relieves neck and back pain while also alleviating pain from the disc itself. We are able to successfully accomplish this without the use of drugs or surgery.
Does Spinal Decompression Treatment Replace Chiropractic Care?
In order to have correct spinal and body alignment it is best to have a multifaceted approach. When you are a victim of a spinal injury or a condition that causes severe neck or back pain, you need chiropractic care to realign subluxations (vertebrae not in the correct alignment). If painful disc problems are still present after your vertebrae are re-aligned you may need additional complementary treatments such as spinal decompression in order to eliminate your pain.
How Effective Are Decompression Treatments?
Research proves our treatments to be over 86% successful and the results are long-term.
Is Spinal Decompression Treatment Painful?
No. The best part about our treatments are that they are pain-free.
How Many Decompression Treatments Will I Need Before I See Improvement?
Our patients usually begin to see a reduction in pain after the first couple of treatments but it all depends greatly on your individual condition. Long-term pain relief can be achieved after receiving between 4-8 sessions.
Is Spinal Decompression Treatment Covered By Insurance?
No. Spinal Decompression therapy is not currently covered by insurance. Health insurance companies and Medicare will not cover services that eliminate the need for drugs or surgery.
What Information Will I Need To Bring To My Consultation?
You will need to bring any MRI’s, X-Rays or written reports that pertain to the condition that we will be treating.

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