Looking for Spinal Decompression Therapy? Talk to The Back Care Center of Dumont, NJ!

I recently had a patient referred to me by another chiropractor. The patient was suffering arm and shoulder pain due to several badly herniated discs in his neck. Pain from this type of problem can be severe and have significant effects on day-to-day life.

The doctor referred him to us because of our “Discforce” spinal decompression therapy table, something that very few other chiropractic offices in Bergen County, NJ have. This state-of-the-art equipment allows us to safely and painlessly treat “slipped” or herniated discs in the neck and in the lower back.

It was the doctor’s opinion that without spinal decompression therapy, the patient would have to undergo surgery in his neck. Both the patient and the doctor agreed that having someone cut open his neck would not be his first choice, so she made the referral to our office.

I am very happy to be able to help this man and all of the others who have come to the office for this type of treatment. If you have any questions about spinal decompression therapy and whether it can help you, please contact the office or send me an email. And if you’re in Dumont or one of our neighboring towns (Bergenfield, Closter, Cresskill, Englewood, Harrington Park, New Milford, Ridgefield or Teaneck), why not stop in and take a look at our Discforce spinal decompression table. It’s actually pretty cool, if we do say so ourselves!

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4 comments

  • spinal decompression August 24, 2011   Reply →

    Glad to know that spinal decompression has been proven already to relieve back pain. How much does this treatment cost?

    • thebackcarecenter August 24, 2011   Reply →

      Thanks for your comment. In terms of your question about the cost of Spinal Decompression Therapy here at The Back Care Center of Dumont, NJ, we never quote prices, because spinal decompression therapy varies from patient to patient depending on severity, how many areas are effected and how long I have to treat a patient. For a single injured disk, the shortest course of therapy is about 20 visits. Usually a patient and I will know how long treatment will take after our initial exam and MRI.

  • Spinal Decompression August 26, 2011   Reply →

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  • Rockville Chiropractic September 22, 2016   Reply →

    Interesting how I found this article talking about Disforce spinal decompression therapy table. I guess that if good information was written 5 years ago, it still is important in the eyes of Google. Nice little article.

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