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Are you suffering from chronic back or neck pain? Have you been told you need invasive back or neck surgery? Are you experiencing increased pain or discomfort from Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. YOU HAVE OPTIONS...Call Us TODAY!



Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Provides You with the Most Effective Alternative to Invasive Spine or Neck Surgery.


Chronic back or neck pain directly impacts all areas of your life. It doesn't just hurt physically, but also leads to emotional distress due to suffering, failed treatments, dependence on medication, social isolation, reduced ability or inability to work, and an overall reduced quality of life. You may feel that you have to accept this chronic pain and reduced quality of life, and that this is your "new normal" but you have options. Non-surgical spinal decompression may be the solution you have been searching for. Call us today for a consult!


Are you faced with the decision whether or not to have invasive spine or neck surgery? Have you already had spine or neck surgery but continue to experience discomfort or pain? Has your surgery caused new, painful symptoms? You have options. Non-surgical spinal decompression may be the solution you have been searching for. Call us today for a consult!

#1 Reason to Consider Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression as an Alternative to Surgery? Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)


FBSS is a generalized term that is used to describe the condition of patients who have experienced unsuccessful results following spine surgery to treat neck or back pain. Specifically, the term applies when spine surgery has not alleviated the original problem or has created other, more significant problems, resulting in continuing or worsening pain.


It is estimated that up to 40 percent of patients who undergo traditional open back surgery experience failed back surgery syndrome. The incidence of failed back surgery syndrome, or FBSS, depends upon many factors. For instance, FBSS tends to occur more frequently in the lumbar (lower) region than in the cervical (upper) region of the spine. Additionally, your risk of developing FBSS is much higher following an open spinal fusion procedure.

If you have FBSS, you may experience or develop symptoms in varying degrees of severity, such as:

  • Continued or chronic pain

  • New spine conditions

  • Pain above or below the treated level of the spine

  • Limited mobility

  • Inability to recuperate

  • Dull, aching pain in the neck, back or legs

  • Sharp or stabbing pain in the extremities

  • Spinal joint immobility

  • Spasms

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Dependence on prescription drugs

Spinal Decompression
Spinal Decompression
Conditions that Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression has Proven to Improve
  • Bulging or herniated discs

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Facet Syndrome

  • Failed Back Surgery

  • Chronic lower back or neck pain that is not responding to other treatment modalities

  • And more... See more >>

Surgery is NOT your only option.
Start Your Journey to Avoid Surgery TODAY!


"My pain was so bad that it often kept me from getting out of bed. My MRI showed a herniated S1-L5 disc. After four sessions of Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression, the pain was gone! At the end of session 20, I had flexibility I had not experienced for 12 years. Only a short while ago, I thought invasive surgery was my only option. Spinal Decompression as given me my life back.”

- Fred G.

“As a nurse, my job involves a lot of lifting. Recently I hurt my lower back assisting a patient. Because I work in the hospital system, I went the traditional medical route. After months of treatment, including physical therapy and spinal injections, I was no better. I finally tried spinal decompression and now I am pain free!”

- Gina J.

“I was out of work for 5 months last year with severe back pain. Nothing seemed to help me and I thought for sure I was going to need surgery. Then I found out about spinal decompression and after 24 treatments, I am no longer in pain and am back to work.”

- Ron J.

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