Herniated Disc Treatment with Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Herniated Disc Treatment

spine Herniated Disc Treatment with Non Surgical Spinal Decompression | Denver ChiropractorFor the past several years herniated disc treatment with non-surgical spinal decompression has been my treatment of choice for bulging and herniated discs.

Since the introduction of non-surgical spinal decompression to our clinic, we’ve helped hundreds of patients from Lakewood, Littleton and the entire Denver, Colorado metro area. And as safe and effective  that non-surgical spinal decompression is, unfortunately, there have been people we haven’t been able to help as well. It’s a ‘double tough’ condition.

If there’s one absolute that I can conclude from my experience it’s this- you can’t ‘tough out’ a herniated disc.

Prior to the addition of the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression machine, in our clinic we predominantly utilized conservative and specific chiropractic care, a back pain relief machine called the ATM2, lifestyle modifications (including case specific stretches and/or exercises) and physical and manual therapy.

But sometimes this approach just plain fell short.

By utilizing clinical discretion and adding spinal decompression therapy when appropriate we’ve dramatically increased our success rate in providing treatment for herniated disc pain sufferers to help them get ‘back in the game.’

Of course, sometimes surgery ends up being inevitable, but more often than not the non-surgical spinal decompression approach is very effective at relieving sciatica, leg and arm pain and/or neck and low back pain caused by herniated or bulging discs.

That’s been my experience anyway.

One of the main reasons I like spinal decompression therapy is that not only is it capable of relieving your pain, it’s capable of making the tissues that are causing the pain healthier.

If you think you may have a bulging disc or a herniated disc (or you’ve already been diagnosed with one) and you want to explore alternatives to back surgery and you live in Lakewood, Littleton, Denver or the surrounding area, call our clinic and set up a consultation with me to go over your individual case- each person has unique needs.

Note: If you want to know more about the DRX9000 and spinal decompression therapy you can go here for DRX9000 reviews. Here’s another DRX9000 review by a top radiologist.

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Ron Spallone
Dr. Ron Spallone, DC is the chiropractic clinic director. His passion is the driving force behind Denver Chiropractor dot com. He's been a Colorado chiropractor for over 15 years.


  1. 17 March 10, 11:38am

    Arkansas Spinal Care Conway, AR Our commitment to our patients has led us to using the DRX spinal decompression equipment for low back pain.

  2. 27 April 10, 5:03pm

    Great write up, I have seen so many patients avoid a surgery and get better with Spinal decompression and Core strengthening.
    In our NYC Practice we offer Spinal decompression with the DRX 9000 and use the SpineForce for core muscles. http://www.drshoshany.com

  3. 02 May 10, 6:32pm

    spinal decompression is not a magic bullet. but when used as the center piece of a comprehensive rehabilitation program it can work wonders. keep up the great work dr. spallone.

  4. Bruce S.
    07 April 11, 8:37pm

    This is a great help to most patients in many ways. One is the psychological aspect towards how they view their condition. Most patients who are not well versed with the medical field feels helpless since it affects the spine. Surgery for them is morbid.

  5. Nat
    07 April 11, 8:47pm

    For the not so serious disc herniation, are their any exercises that heals and prevent further damage. Is William’s flexion exercise helps? How about Lumbar Traction?

    • Dr. Ron Spallone
      14 May 11, 3:40pm

      Sometime Williams flexion exercises help, sometimes McKenzie extension exercises help. Sometimes traction helps and many times spinal decompression helps.

  6. Dr. Ron
    25 January 11, 4:45pm

    This has been my most effective herniated disc treatment. With this and the K-Laser, treating bulging, herniated or degenerative discs becomes much less daunting.

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