Discover Non-Surgical Decompression: Your Path to Safe, Effective, and Affordable Relief from Nerve Pain


Are you tired of living with chronic back pain? Do you fear the risks and uncertainties of invasive back surgery? Look no further – our non-surgical decompression therapy offers a revolutionary solution that is safe, effective, and affordable.

Imagine a life free from the limitations of back pain, where you can engage in activities you love without fear or discomfort. With our decompression table, you can make this a reality. Here’s why our therapy stands out:

Safe: Back surgery carries serious risks. Our non-surgical approach eliminates these risks, providing a safe alternative for those seeking relief from back pain. Our decompression table utilizes gentle traction to relieve pressure on spinal discs, promoting natural healing without the need for invasive procedures.

Effective: Unlike temporary fixes that merely mask the symptoms of back pain, our decompression therapy targets the root cause of your discomfort. By gently stretching the spine and creating negative pressure (vacuum) within the discs, we encourage nutrient-rich fluids to flow back into the affected areas, promoting healing and long-term relief. Many of our patients experience significant improvements after just one session, allowing them to reclaim their lives and enjoy newfound freedom from pain.

Affordable: We understand that healthcare costs can be a significant concern for many individuals. That’s why we’re proud to offer non-surgical decompression therapy at a fraction of the cost of invasive procedures. Say goodbye to expensive hospital bills and lengthy recovery periods – with our therapy, you can achieve relief without breaking the bank. Our procedures do not require any downtime from work or life.

Surgical Alternative: But perhaps the most compelling reason to choose non-surgical decompression therapy is the avoidance of the risks associated with back surgery. The potential complications of invasive procedures are well-documented and frightening. Why take unnecessary risks when you can achieve relief through a safe and proven alternative?


Herniated Discs

Regardless of the type of herniated disc you’re experiencing – whether it’s in your neck, cervical region, back, or lumbar area – decompression is an amazing alternative to surgery. Herniated discs cause pressure which compresses the nerve causing pain and dysfunction. Decompression can help reposition, nourish, and rehydrate the disc.

Ruptured Discs

Many people believe that ruptured discs are always surgical cases. That can’t be further from the truth. Most ruptured discs do not require surgery. The great thing is that your chiropractic physician has the ability to evaluate you to see if you are a candidate for non-surgical decompression. If your chiropractor believes you may need surgery, they will refer you to a specialist. However, it is bet to start with the most conservative approach to healthcare.

Pinched Nerves

Nerves can become compressed and pinched with herniated and ruptured discs. When this happens, a person can experience sharp, stabbing, and radiating pain that can travel to their buttocks and even all the way to their toes. If this continues, the patient can experience muscle weakness, issues with balance, mobility troubles, troubles using the restroom, and difficulty walking. The gentle traction applied during decompression lifts the pressure from the nerves and helps to restore function, reduce inflammation, eliminate pain, and help you get your life back on track.
Discover if you qualify for a non-surgical solution to alleviate your pinched nerve, herniated disc, or ruptured disc by submitting your information in the “Get Your Freedom Back” form below.


Several clinical studies demonstrate the incredible success related to spinal decompression. This amazing high-tech decompression table treats the issues at the root to deliver treatment that is safe, gentle, and effective. This helps patients reclaim their quality of life from the grasp of back pain, sciatica, and spinal stenosis.


  1. Are you missing work or has your work performance suffered because of the pain?
  2. Are you depending on pharmaceutical or over-the-counter medications to help get you through the day?
  3. Are your activities of daily living slowed, stopped, or impacted because of the pain?
  4. Have you been contemplating surgery but fearful of the risks and outcome?
  5. Do you fear that the pain will continue to progress and get worse if you do nothing?


Structural Component

Your Spine

Neurological Component

Your Nervous System

Metabolic Component

Your Metabolic Health

By taking this holistic approach to your health, our physicians will reveal the cause and full extent of the problem and guide you on the correct approach for treating your condition.


1. Pain Relief: Decompression provides effective relief from chronic back pain by gently stretching the spine and relieving pressure on spinal discs. Many patients experience significant pain reduction after just a few sessions.

2. Non-Invasive: Unlike traditional back surgery, nonsurgical decompression therapy does not involve incisions, anesthesia, or the removal of tissue. It offers a non-invasive alternative for individuals seeking relief from back pain without the risks and recovery time associated with surgery.

3. No Downtime: With nonsurgical decompression therapy, there is generally no downtime compared to surgery. Patients can typically resume their normal activities shortly after each session, avoiding the lengthy recovery periods often associated with invasive procedures.

4. Improved Mobility: By reducing pressure on spinal discs and promoting natural healing, decompression therapy can improve spinal mobility and flexibility. Patients often experience increased range of motion and a greater ability to engage in daily activities without discomfort.

5. No Medication Dependency: Nonsurgical decompression therapy addresses the underlying cause of back pain without the need for pain medications or other pharmaceutical interventions. This can help individuals avoid potential side effects and dependencies associated with long-term medication use.

6. Promotes Healing: Decompression therapy creates negative pressure within the spinal discs, promoting the influx of nutrient-rich fluids and oxygen to the affected area. This stimulates the body’s natural healing process, helping to repair damaged tissues and reduce inflammation.

7. Customizable Treatment: Nonsurgical decompression therapy can be tailored to meet the specific needs and preferences of each patient. Treatment parameters such as traction force, duration, and angle can be adjusted to ensure optimal outcomes and patient comfort.

8. Safe for Most Patients: Decompression therapy is generally safe for most patients, including those who may not be candidates for surgery due to age, health conditions, or other factors. It offers a gentle and low-risk treatment option for individuals with various types of back pain.

9. Long-Term Relief: Many patients experience long-lasting relief from back pain following a course of decompression therapy. By addressing the underlying cause of pain and promoting spinal health, decompression therapy can provide lasting benefits beyond the duration of treatment.

10. Cost-Effective: Compared to the high costs of back surgery and ongoing medical treatments, nonsurgical decompression therapy is often more cost-effective in the long run. It can help individuals avoid the financial burden associated with surgery, hospitalization, and post-operative care.


1. Infection: Back surgeries carry a risk of infection. Infections can occur at the surgical site or in deeper tissues, leading to complications that may require additional treatment or even more invasive surgeries.

2. Nerve Damage: Back surgery involves delicate structures such as nerves and the spinal cord. Damage to these structures can result in persistent pain, weakness, numbness, or even paralysis in severe cases.

3. Blood Clots: Surgery increases the risk of developing blood clots, particularly in the legs (deep vein thrombosis) or lungs (pulmonary embolism). Blood clots can be life-threatening if not promptly treated.

4. Anesthesia Complications: Anesthesia is necessary for most surgical procedures, but it can sometimes lead to complications such as allergic reactions, respiratory problems, or adverse reactions to medications.

5. Persistent Pain: While the goal of back surgery is to relieve pain, some patients may experience persistent or new-onset pain following the procedure. This may be due to nerve damage, scar tissue formation, or other factors.

6. Failed Surgery: In some cases, back surgery may not achieve the desired outcome, leaving patients with ongoing pain or disability. This can be frustrating and may require further treatment or revision surgery.

7. Instrumentation Failure: In surgeries involving the placement of implants or hardware (such as spinal fusion), there is a risk of hardware failure or complications related to the implants, which may necessitate additional surgery.

8. Adjacent Segment Disease: Back surgery can alter the biomechanics of the spine, potentially leading to increased stress and wear on adjacent spinal segments. This can result in degeneration or instability in these segments, requiring further treatment.

9. Loss of Mobility: Depending on the type of back surgery performed, there may be a risk of decreased mobility or range of motion in the spine, particularly in procedures involving fusion.

10. Psychological Effects: Surgery and the recovery process can be physically and emotionally challenging for some patients, leading to anxiety, depression, or other psychological issues.

Additional Risks with Opioid Prescription: Opioid prescriptions are frequently administered during and post back surgery, with back pain being a primary indication. However, opioids are linked to a staggering number of overdose fatalities in the United States (107,000 in 2022, CDC). Addressing the root cause of pain through alternative methods can significantly reduce the risk of opioid addiction and related fatalities.

Don’t let back pain dictate your life any longer. Take the first step towards lasting relief by scheduling a consultation with us today. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal health and wellness, without the need for surgery.

Invest in your future – choose non-surgical decompression therapy and reclaim your life from the grip of back pain.