Why is there so much excitement about spinal decompression? Most of the chatter about spinal decompression is mainly based on the results it produces, and other comments mostly stem from the benefits of the VAX-D, which has automated the process of spinal decompression in sections of the spinal column. Of course, a spinal decompression device is not to be used on all patients because it depends on the level of pain the patient is experiencing and the condition of their spine and its discs. However, for those that are able to receive treatment utilizing this intriguing device, the results can be satisfying and may prove to be well worth the investment.
Really, that’s the answer to the question about its worth: A person is not investing in the device or the practice that offers the treatment; they are investing in finding a solution to their pain, in their health. However, the ROI on this investment is not a sparkling portfolio, but it is the big smile on your face because you’re pain free and your back is in good health. Therefore, yes, spinal decompression is worth the money because your health is worth the money. That is part of the reason why we are so successful at Neck Pain, Back Pain, & Headache Relief Center because we take the time to explain the details to our patients, and we work with them to ensure that they are making the right decision for their body and their health. We take pride in the treatment we offer because we know that it works, and our top priority is the recovery of our patients with acute or chronic back pain.
Even though back pain is the most common reason for people to miss work, a solution is available in the form of the VAX-D. To learn more about how spinal decompression can help you, call the doctors at Neck Pain, Back Pain, & Headache Relief Center in Bonita Springs at (239) 309-7070 to schedule your appointment today.
The most common complaint about spinal decompression is that this treatment is not covered under insurance. This is primarily based on several factors including the limited amount of research on spinal decompression devices and insurance companies believe it to be experimental. However, it is only a matter of time before this updated form of spinal traction is covered. We are confident that in the coming years spinal decompression will be covered under insurance plans just as many insurance companies have begun covering chiropractic care, which was not covered for quite a while and is still not covered by all insurances. However, in the current state of spinal decompression not being covered, we understand the diversity of the public’s financial capabilities, and we don’t want to pressure any body into making a decision that will impede in their overall wellbeing. Stressing about money can actually make your back pain worse.
There are alternatives such as traction therapy and manual decompression that may still work, even though they may take more sessions, we are still here to help your recovery. Essentially, spinal decompression is worth the investment based on the accuracy of the treatment, the speed of recovery, and the quality of results that are produced from this treatment. The majority of our patients at Neck Pain, Back Pain, & Headache Relief Center who have undergone treatment with the VAX-D have all had positive experiences and reported significant improvement in their back pain. In fact, after 30-45 minutes on the VAX-D all of the patients who have used it have indicated improvement in back pain. That is exactly what we want for you, and that is why we say it is well worth the investment.
At Neck Pain, Back Pain, & Headache Relief Center in Bonita Springs, we take pride in the treatment we offer, and we are certain that you will leave our office feeling better and in less pain than when you arrived. We are happy to discuss spinal decompression therapy with you to see if you are eligible for this treatment. Call our Bonita Springs office at (239) 309-7070 to schedule an appointment and begin feeling better today. Call Neck Pain, Back Pain, & Headache Relief Center in Bonita Springs at (239) 309-7070 today.