DOC Spinal Decompression
This revolutionary machine, with its unique design, incorporates high technology through its digital control center, which allows targeting of each intervertebral disc. It has separate programs of cervical and lumbar treatment, continuous display and graphic representation of the treatment protocols. It immediately decompresses the area and relieves pain. Facilitates the transfer of nutrients, thus promoting the restorative regeneration of each intervertebral disc.
Thanks to DOC - Decompression Of Choice, decompression therapy is transferred to another level. The possibilities it offers make it a unique system worldwide. The main difference of DOC from other systems is that the tensile forces are produced and applied to the body directly by the parts of the bank itself and also have the ability to change their position in three dimensions.
It is the ideal treatment for diseases such as chronic back pain, chronic neck pain, degenerated intervertebral discs, disc herniation, etc.
What makes the DOC system so special?
- 3-dimensional mobilization of the spine with lumbar and lateral flexion, as well as axial rotation
- Treatment in supine and prone position
- Application of the force through the movement of the bank's own departments, which allows very fast and high-precision micro-corrections for the optimal application of treatment
- Dynamic adjustment of lateral bending and axial turning angles by the therapist, during the treatment
- Special belt system for excellent patient stabilization.
What is the difference between spinal decompression therapy and conventional traction therapy?
- Classic traction tries to stretch the spine and muscles at the same time. If you just try to stretch the spine, the body reflexively resists this effort and thus dramatically reduces the effectiveness of the treatment. The simple way of applying the traction force to the body can also trigger unwanted muscle spasms through the pain trigger points. Not only is the reduction of the pressure in the intervertebral spaces not achieved, but on the contrary it is increased.
- Decompression therapy is different because the phases of traction and relaxation are constantly alternated with complex movement patterns and thus the body is kept relaxed and enjoys all the beneficial effects of the therapy.
- Neck pain or back pain from prolapse, projection or intervertebral disc herniation and nerve root pressure
- Disc pain due to arthritis and disc degeneration
- Joint pain due to Facet joint abnormalities
- Degenerative vertebral arthropathy
- Reduced mobility of the spine
- Pain due to spondylolysis and / or slippage
- Back pain of unspecified etiology
- Back pain after spine surgery (failed back surgery)