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Thousands of patients that would have had to endure surgery have opted for Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression.

Spinal decompression is a treatment designed to treat disc injuries in the neck and in the low back. Our treatments are safe and utilize only FDA approved equipment. The decompression portion of these sessions last around 10 - 15 minutes each, helping to pull the spine into its natural state, to relieve painful pressure on nerves, and helping discs return to their normal positions.

 
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Spinal Decompression reduces or eliminates painful pressure on nerves, including pinched nerves. It also allows fluids to fully hydrate the discs in your spine, carrying blood and essential nutrient-rich fluids needed to heal and remain healthy. Similar to the fluids, the treatment also allows an increased blood flow, carrying a greater amount of oxygen to your spine.

Most patients notice relief or a complete lack of pain within the first treatment. However, spinal decompression is not a cure-all with the first treatment. Rather, it is designed to be completed as a series of treatments, most often with the patient following a set schedule of exercises at home and regular activity as prescribed by Dr. Berkey or your physical therapist. Without your active participation during and after therapy sessions, you will not be capitalizing on the full healing opportunities spinal decompression therapy offers.

Does Spinal Decompression really work?

Spinal Decompression has been proven effective in relieving the pain associated with bulging and herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and even relapse or failed back surgery. Since its release, clinical studies have revealed an amazing success rate in treating lumbar disc related problems with Spinal Decompression.

How does it work?

Spinal Decompression uses state of the art technology to apply a distraction force to relieve nerve compression often associated with low back pain and sciatica.

How do I get started?

Contact our office at 630-239-7284 to schedule an initial consultation with our Doctor to determine if you are a candidate for care with Spinal Decompression. After carefully studying your case history and exam findings, he will sit down and explain his recommended plan of action for you. After answering any questions you may have about the recommended plan, you may begin your care with Spinal Decompression.

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Serious back and neck pain in the form of sciatica, herniated disc, bulging disc, or spinal stenosis can be treated using non surgical spinal decompression. Learn more about this safe and easy back pain treatment offered by Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville by reading about our chiropractic services; check out the spinal decompression reviews from our satisfied clients; read questions and answers about spinal decompression; do your own spinal decompression research; visit the spinal decompression education center; and read Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville spinal decompression blog.

The Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville is located in Yorkville, Illinois and is proud to treat residents in Yorkville suffering from back and neck pain; including everyone in for conditions ranging from herniated disc to sciatica to spinal stenosis.