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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression: Should I Try It Even If I Need Surgery?

Posted Jun 02 2009 4:33pm

San Francisco Chiropractor and Spinal Decompression Doctor Comments:

Axiom_marketing_dvd_121 Yesterday we discussed some typical patient concerns regarding non-surgical spinal decompression. But, what if you have been told by your medical doctor that you need surgery...are you still a candidate for the DRX9000 or DRX9000c?

Hmmm...Good Question. Here's my take:

Over the years I have treated many patients with spinal decompression that were told they needed surgery. Sure, some of them did not get completely better, but some did. And yes, there are some that did not improve at all...but they are the minority. Bust most importantly, the DRX treatment did not hurt any of them. We did not cut into them. We did not fuse any bones together. And we did not cause any harm...because the treatment is very safe and gentle...what's that worth?

Heck, you can always have surgery if the spinal decompression does not help you. But if you have a surgical procedure such as a spinal fusion, you will never be able to have decompression treatment...because spinal fusion is a contraindication to spinal decompression.

The patients that choose non-surgical spinal decompression at our San Francisco Decompression Center, want to get better. They know there is a chance it might not help...but they also know there is a very good chance it will help. Listen...the only way to find out is to do it. Do your homework and decide. Chances are...you will be glad you did :)

If you would like to find out if you are a candidate for spinal decompression at ourSan Francisco Spinal Decompression Center...simply call 415-392-2225 and ask for a complimentary consultation, or fill out our Free Online DRX Consultation Form.

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