The AccuSpina system utilizes the Intervertebral Differential Dynamics treatment method to enact nonsurgical spinal decompression. IDD is a well established form of decompression therapy which has been shown to provide excellent permanent relief from a wide range of neck and back pain conditions. Additionally, some of the best treatment statistics are enacted in patients with herniated and degenerated disc conditions.
This essay will provide treatment expectations and results for IDD decompression when used by patients with verified pathological disc protrusions.
Intervertebral Differential Dynamics therapy, like all other forms of spinal decompression, seeks to relieve pressure on compressed intervertebral levels. The device places targeted traction only on the specific spinal level which is experiencing problematic symptoms. IDD not only gently stretches the spine, but also creates the ideal circumstances for the retraction of disc herniations.
Intervertebral Differential Dynamics provides another treatment option to patients who have demonstrated interest in decompression treatment using the VAX-D or DRX9000 systems. We have studied all the most popular forms of modern spinal decompression and found them to be mostly comparable to each other in efficacy and cost, so it really is a matter of personal choice in selecting the best one for each patient’s specific needs.
Spinal Decompression Treatment
IDD treatments last 25 to 30 minutes on average and most patients will undergo 20 to 25 sessions over a 35 day period. Occasionally, patients require follow up care in the future for disc conditions which can not be fully rehabilitated. Most herniated disc patients enjoy very good curative results from IDD therapy and many are completely healed within 2 weeks.
Intervertebral Differential Dynamics sessions are gentle and non-jarring to the individual. Most patients experience no pain and some truly enjoy the feeling of the decompression session. As an added bonus, IDD allows a patient to listen to music or watch TV during treatment.
Intervertebral Differential Dynamics may be available in many different types of treatment centers, including physical therapy facilities, orthopedic medical offices, neurology centers and chiropractic practices.
The machine is programmed and controlled by a highly trained care provider who understands exactly what is needed to provide herniated disc relief to each individual patient. In fact, every session is custom tailored to the patient’s case-specific treatment needs.
As with all forms of spinal decompression, I recommend Intervertebral Differential Dynamics for patients who either actually require a physical treatment modality or at least believe they require one. In order to better treatment results, it is crucial that each patient be 100% sure of the accuracy of their diagnosis. Remember, no therapy will perform well if it is not aimed at the actual source of pain.
IDD decompression takes modern spinal decompression one step further and helps establish the treatment as an effectual alternative option to herniated disc surgery.
Since there are far fewer risks inherent to decompression, this is a very beneficial contribution to the herniated disc care sector. For more information on IDD, or any other form of nonsurgical decompression, contact a treatment center near you.