Hill-DT Spinal Decompression Treatment

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Spinal Decompression Treatment helps to ease pain and numbness

  • Invented and manufactured by the Hill Laboratories Company. Early in 1945, Hill Laboratories Company has been devoting in developing hospital bed and medical bed for spinal treatments.

  • Effective in treating herniated discs, relieving pain symptoms, improving the mobility problem of patients.

The advantages of Hill-DT Spinal Decompression Treatment

  • Precisely controlled by the advanced computational system for spinal decompression treatment, creating favourable conditions blood circulation and recovering. 

  • Traction force in control of the advanced decompression technology with patient-oriented treatment plans.

  • Non-invasive therapy to guarantee neither pain nor side effects are involved and promote natural self-repair of the spinal system. 

  • Non-operative therapy which can effectively relieve pain and promote self-repair of the spinal system is comparably more applicable to patients with severe conditions.


Symptoms of Disc herniation

Herniated discs gradually develop with repeated damages on the spine. Improper postures of manual lifting and carrying in our daily lives may induce a sudden increase in pressure on the spine. The outer layer of the discs can form tiny tears or cracks through which the thick gel inside may be forced out. It causes the disc to bulge or break open.  Improper postures of sitting or wearing high heels or overweight are also largely attributable to herniated discs that one should avoid. 

In recent years, the problem of herniated discs is found more common among the younger generation. Patients may show the symptoms of

  • Low back pain; 

  • Sciatic pain;

  • Muscle spasm and cramps in legs; 

  • Numbness or tingling in legs;

  • Intermittent Claudication; or 

  • urinary retention or incontinence or impotence

Related pain symptoms:

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Disc Herniation

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Back Pain

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