How Does Spinal Decompression Work? Non-surgical spinal decompression, also known as spinal decompression therapy or SDT, is used by physicians, chiropractors, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals to treat conditions that cause pain in the cervical and lumbar spine. But how does it work? What does a treatment do to the body, and what does…

The Hill DT spinal decompression table employs sophisticated load sensor technology which constantly measures and monitors the treatment force and patient-resistance of every treatment. At a rate of over 10,000 pulses per millimeter, the table senses the patient’s approaching threshold and reduces the pull, allowing the table to provide low-force, smooth decompression in a completely…

Physical Principles Many types of focused soundwaves have been used in the eld of medicine with great success for more than 20 years. Based on a high level of evidence, Richard Wolf GmbH – a manufacturer of lithotripsy (ESWL) and orthopaedic (ESWT) devices – has specfically designed Piezo therapy sources to generate low energy/low pressure…

Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent, debilitating conditions in the world, a ecting 100 million adults in the US, according to the Institute of Medicine, costing the nation up to $635 billion each year in medical treatment and lost productivity. Unfortunately, the primary treatment options for chronic pain are surgery or heavy (and…

If you have not yet seen just how powerful Texas Muscle Activation therapies are, have a read of this incredible testimony: I began seeing Jason Brown of Texas Muscle Activation in 2015 shortly after I qualified for the CrossFit Games. I needed to do anything and everything to keep up with the competition. I had…

Sometimes, after a workout, your muscles are exhausted, as if you cannot even take another step. There are methods of recovery, such as icing your joints and pain relievers to get rid of the ache, but they do not hit your body as effectively as NormaTec Recovery Systems do. As a part of a person’s…

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