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Spinal Decompression in Glendale

spinal decmpression tableDo you suffer from disc degeneration or disc herniation? If yes, consider spinal decompression at Elite Pain Relief and Wellness. This effective, nonsurgical therapy can speed up the body’s natural healing process, enhance disc health, and reduce pain and discomfort.

The Process of Decompression

Our treatment utilizes the Chattanooga Triton DTS tables, designed for cervical and lumbar decompression. Spinal decompression works by decompressing the disc, which normally compresses when we’re standing or sitting. This cyclical treatment relaxes and decompresses the disc, helping to rehydrate the disc and return its nucleus to the center where it should be.

patient on decompression therapy

The Treatment Path

Typically, treatment consists of 17 visits spaced closely together. We’ve seen remarkable changes in X-rays post-treatment, and our patients report significant improvement in their discomfort levels. New X-rays are usually taken after the 17th visit to assess changes and improvement.

Maintaining Results

After the completion of treatment, most patients see significant improvement. We also provide patients with exercises and routines to ensure their spinal health continues to improve and maintain.

Cost and Coverage

Some insurance plans cover spinal decompression therapy. For patients without insurance or whose plan doesn’t cover the therapy, we offer a cash rate of just $20 per session. We also accept Medicare.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to have an MRI done before getting this therapy?

No, but we do offer on-site X-rays.

Does spinal decompression hurt?

No, but many people experience relief almost immediately after the first session.

What is the difference between traction and decompression?

Traction maintains a consistent pattern, involving a cycle of pulling and then releasing tension. Specifically, during the decompression phase, there’s a one-minute and 15-second period of pulling followed by a 15-second interval of relaxation. This sequence of pulling and releasing is repeated throughout the entire duration a patient is undergoing the treatment, typically lasting between 15 to 20 minutes.

Book an Appointment

Whether you’re a parent, office worker, or golfer, don’t let your back pain hinder your quality of life. Experience the remarkable relief offered by spinal decompression. Schedule an appointment today!


Spinal Decompression Glendale AZ | (602) 460-3490