If you have been unfortunate enough to experience a neck or back injury, you know how debilitating back and neck pain can be. Some of the common symptoms that people with back and neck pain or injuries experience include: numbness and/or pain that radiates down your arms or legs,
Back and neck pain can interfere with sleep, work and relaxation. Should your situation advance to where your disc material herniates into the places that your nerves occupy, you may be told that you are facing back surgery. That may have been the case in the past, but today you can take advantage of Spinal Decompression and the Five Phases Of Disc Revitalization Therapy, created by Dr. Erik Schmidt, located in the Moscow, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Area.
Disc Revitalization therapy and one of its components, Spinal Decompression are helping hundreds of people who experience neck and back pain in the greater Wilkes-Barre Scranton Area, and offers residents a true non-surgical option.
Research indicates that 92% of patients report overall improvement; of these, 5% improved 25-50%; 17% improved 50-75%; 70% improved 75-100%. (Gose, Naguszewski & Naguszewski , The Journal of Neurological Research, Volume 20)
Spinal decompression in conjunction with Dr. Erik Schmidt’s trademarked Spinal Revitalization protocol, helps patients through relieving pain, alleviating pressure and allowing the discs to heal.
Spinal decompression with Disc Revitalization is a non-invasive, non-surgical, and drug-free traction-based method for healing herniated and bulging discs in the neck and lower back, and for associated conditions with these health challenges.
With the protocol of Disc Revitalization combined with spinal decompression, our patients now have a non-surgical option to relieve the nonstop pain they have been experiencing.
Disc Revitalization combined with Spinal decompression helps relieve pain by helping damaged discs heal by alleviating pressure from nerves near the spine. If you have ever experienced a back injury or have chronic pain in your neck or back, you know how disruptive it can be to the quality of your everyday life. Chronic pain in your body takes up a huge amount of your daily internal energy just trying to fight off the constant pain. It’s often the primary reason you feel tired and worn out by mid-afternoon.