Spine MT Spinal Decompression Treatment
Spinal Decompression Treatment helps to ease pain and numbness
SPINE -MT is well-designed for patients with herniated discs. With the unique and innovative design, our instruments can search for pain regions and effectively perform the decompression effect.
The advantages of Spine MT Spinal Decompression Treatment
It is guaranteed to be a painless, non-invasive, non-operative and drugless therapy for pain symptoms induced by herniated discs, numbness of arms, and sciatic pain, etc.
Traction force is under precise control of the advanced computational system, which can effectively reduces the risk of side effects. It provides an alternative for those who are more vulnerable or not applicable to other instruments or treatment methods.
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.
Although spinal displacement is found more and more common among the working group, one shall not underestimate the health problems brought by those symptoms. Spinal displacement may trigger the narrowing of the spinal canal and compression on the nerve roots, thus resulting in sciatic pains.
The sciatic pain over lumbar region, usually accompanied with numbness sensation along the hip region and radiates down to the leg. Patients may have difficulty in walking and standing. For severe cases, sciatic pain may weaken and dysfunction the lower limb reflexes and muscle atrophy would exist. For chronic cases, symptoms would deteriorate and cause incontinence.
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Patients under 18 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian