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 different class from cable-based systems.
The HillDT table’s technology means dramatically better outcomes because the patient experiences far less muscle-guarding than with other designs. In most cases, the patient is able to painlessly leave the table within seconds and with very little soreness to follow.
Pain in the spine is one of the most common complaints seen in patients. This type of pain can be so bad, that it limits you from your mobility and your everyday lifestyle. Back surgery is one of the costliest surgeries and can take months to fully recover from. But, there is an alternative way to help take away your back pain and it is by the use of a Decompression Table.
This non-invasive therapy is used to help fix herniated discs and address a number of lumbar and cervical spinal issues. It provides a gentle decompression of the disc through the use of the decompression table. This kind of therapy has a 91 percent fix rate within the first 20-24 treatments and does not require any form of surgery on your body.
By the use of a computer, the program works by calculating the moving sections of the machine to target the specific sections of the spine to correct and relieve symptoms of herniated discs, facet syndrome and failed back surgeries. While lying flat on the table, the system takes you through movements the compress and release your spine. During the treatment, the table calculates your body tension with over
The technology within this program has proven that discs and nerves can be effectively decompressed in a non-surgical way and it has also confirmed that disc rehydration is achieved in degenerative discs through decompression. But the most important reason why decompression is better for you, is that it allows high-risk patients different options if they are wanting to avoid the cost and actual surgery to correct their spinal pains.
Why Our Decompression Tables Are Different?
At Texas Muscle Activation, we use the Hill Decompression Therapy Table. This table continuously measures each individual patient with over 10,000 sensors per millisecond of movement to prevent the muscular system from tightening up for your safety. TMA is the only carrier of these two tables in the North Texas area.
Who are the Best Candidates for Decompression?
Degenerative Disc Disease
Failed Back Surgery
Failure to improve with two non-operative measures
Chronic neck and/or back pain