Back & Neck Pain Relief with
SpineMED®, the world’s leading non-surgical decompression system, is designed to target and decompress injured intervertebral discs through distraction and positioning of the lumbar or cervical spine. It provides a non-surgical, drug-free procedure for patients suffering from bulging and herniated discs, sciatica, spinal stenosis, and disc degeneration.
Back and Neck Pain
Back and neck pain statistics are as painful as the conditions they represent.
Non-Surgical Option for
Back and Neck Pain
Back and neck pain are the number one complaints in North America, affecting 80% of us at one time or another. These problems often mean a permanent loss of some function, forcing us to give up things in life no one should have to give up. The highly advanced SpineMED® is a NON-SURGICAL, DRUG-FREE procedure that is EXCEPTIONALLY COMFORTABLE. It offers hope where other decompression* systems fail.
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SpineMED® is a conservative procedure for patients suffering discogenic pain caused by:
Degenerative disc disease
Posterior Facet syndrome
Non-specified mechanical low back or neck pain
SpineMED® is designed to help patients with lumbar or cervical disc pathologies and is congruent with other conservative treatment options
You Do Not Have To Live with Lower Back and Neck Pain!
Intervertebral disc pathology is one of the primary causes of back and neck pain. The discs are prone to degeneration and injury as they are compressed and twisted through daily activities.
As the disc degenerates, the gel-like nucleus loses its hydration, reducing disc height and creating the possibility of facet syndrome and lateral foraminal stenosis. Furthermore, disc degeneration causes the pliable outer coating of the anulus to become brittle and susceptible to cracks and tears that can lead to disc herniations. Bulging or herniated discs often press on spinal nerves, causing severe pain and radiculopathy.
Damaged intervertebral discs seldom heal because they remain under constant pressure, even while a person is at rest. It is widely accepted that the ideal environment to improve disc pathology is to decompress, or reduce the intradiscal pressures of the damaged disc.
The goal of reducing intradiscal pressure is to enhance the osmotic diffusion of fluids and nutrients across the endplates into the disc, furthering the body’s natural healing abilities. Additionally, reduction of intradiscal pressures may help draw the nucleus pulposus of a herniated disc back into the center, thereby relieving pressure on a compressed nerve root—alleviating the problem and the pain.