Spinal Decompression Centre - Melbourne Australia

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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Centre
Melbourne Australia

The Spine Institute offers the latest non-surgical treatment for Disc Disorders and Back Pain!!
Non-Surgical Decompression
tables creates negative pressure within the discs.
It reduces the pressure within the disc and retract it from the nerves.
Based on extensive work from Loyola Medical School and National University in the USA.
Read about Dr Sommer

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Spinal pain related conditions treated with Decompression therapy include: 
Lumbar disc herniation, Disc Prolapsed, Disc Protruded , Low Back Pain, Sciatic Pain  Leg Pain, Radiculopathy, Thoracic disc herniation, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal Stenosis, Degenerative disc disease, Facet syndrome, Pelvic pain, Compression defects, Loss of spine lordosis, Loss of range of spinal motion, Persistent pain after back surgery (Post Surgical Continued Pain - Failed Back Surgical Syndrome - FBSS), Osteoporosis (not to cure, but to maintain mobility and reduce pain), Pregnancy back pain, Postural faults, Osteoarthritis of spine, Patients unable to tolerate vigorous adjustment, Mechanical back pain (such as that accompanying ankylosing spondylitis, pelvice pain, pregnancy)

-FLEXION DISTRACTION (McManis Table) HELPS REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF SPINAL CANAL OCCUPIED BY DISC HERNIATION Size of Disc Doesn’t Matter (J Of The Neuromusculoskeletal System 1998; 6(3):114-126)

-NEW STUDY OF COX® DISTRACTION MANIPULATION IN THE TREATMENT OF LUMBAR SPINE STENOSIS PATIENTS IMPROVED BY 76% AND DISABILITY IMPROVED IN 73% (BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2006; 7:NIL_1-NIL_8)

-FLEXION DISTRACTION GIVES BEST CLINICAL OUTCOME  (JNMS 2000;8(2):39-48)

-DECREASE IN INTRADISCAL PRESSURE REDUCES THE DISC BULGE DURING THE FLEXION-DISTRACTION PROCEDURE (Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Singapore 1997)

434 St. Kilda Road Level 1, Suite 112b, Melbourne VIC. Australia

Phone number: 1300662295

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