After completing the lumbar decompression protocol of 24 visits using the HillDT table, there was a noticeable change in the lumbar disc height at L4/L5 vertebrae for this patient. The improvement is clearly notated by the vertical line demonstrating the increased space at the posterior margin of the disc. The patient fully recovered from all subjective complaints of lower back pain and right sciaitica.
After completing the cervical decompression protocol of 24 visits using the HillDT table, the cervical curve was restored to the normal lordosis correcting the patient’s forward head psoture. An increase in the disc height can be seen from the pre to post film at the C5-C6 disc space. A significant increase in the size of the IVF of C7-T1 is noted in the post film. Decreasing the IVF encroachment or narrowing at C7-T1 reduced the numbness and pain in the patient’s neck and left arm. The patient reported a complete recovery of all symptoms after 12 weeks of care.
“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 treat- ments, I am no longer in pain and am back to work.”
“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!”
“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 has given me my life back.”