CAPE Spine & Disc has developed an effective spinal rehabilitation program for conditions of the lumbar spine (low back) and cervical spine (neck), with focus on chronic and severe cases. The program consists of non-surgical spinal decompression therapy focused on decompressing the discs to reverse high amounts of pressure built up in the discs to take the pressure off of the nerves.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is Believed to Treat the Following Conditions.
A medical condition affecting the spine, in which a slight out-pouching of the disc is apparent without any significant herniation. The bulge in some cases can apply pressure to a nerve(s) causing back pain.
A medical condition affecting the spine, in which a tear in the outer fibrous ring of an intervertebral disc allows the soft, central portion to bulge out. In most cases pressure is applied to nerve(s) causing chronic back pain.
A symptom including pain that may be caused by general compression and/or irritation of one of five nerve roots that give rise to the sciatic nerve, or by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve itself. The pain is felt in the lower back, buttock, and/or various parts of the leg and foot.
A condition wherein the spinal canal (the spaces through which the spinal cord runs) narrows and compresses the spinal cord, cauda equina, and/or sciatic nerve roots.
Degenerative Disc Disease
Any condition where the spinal discs are degenerating or degrading, often causing severe back pain.
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Patient Friendly Therapy
Patients are fitted with a support system then positioned on a comfortable spinal decompression table. The purpose of the support system is to stabilize the patients body.
A computer system elongates the spine in a slow, gentle manner in order to relieve pressure on compressed discs.
The procedure is virtually painless and many patients experience such a relaxing sensation they have actually been known to fall asleep on the table.
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