USSpineCare.com Launches Website Dedicated to Spinal Health and Spinal Decompression

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USSpineCare.com is run by a network of doctors dedicated to helping patients become free from low back and neck pain . With 31 million Americans suffering from back pain, we focus on finding the right treatment for our patients.

We are pleased to announce the development of USSpineCare.com, a website dedicated to spinal health and spinal decompression therapy. USSpineCare.com is run by a network of doctors dedicated to helping patients become free from low back and neck pain . With 31 million Americans suffering from back pain, we focus on finding the right treatment for our patients.

USSpineCare.com utilizes more than 15 safe and effective therapies with a focus on spinal decompression. Spinal decompression is the latest treatment for lower back pain including herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease and pain stemming from problems with the sciatic nerve. This non-invasive, FDA cleared treatment can bypass the need for spinal surgery allowing patients to experience relief without surgery allowing them to heal faster both physically and mentally. With spinal decompression therapy there is no lengthy recovery process or additional pain that can be caused from the treatment itself.

Decompression is the therapeutic elongation of a specific spinal area in a slow, gentle manner in order to relieve pressure on compressed vertebrae, discs and nerves. With spinal decompression therapy, a negative pressure is created within the disc to help draw in nutrients and fluids allowing the body to heal itself. Patients comfortably lie on the spinal decompression table while the device creates a negative pressure to injured areas. Many patients even report falling asleep during treatment.

A typical spinal decompression treatment regimen consists of 20 sessions over a four to six week period. Many patients report relief from their pain within the first week of treatment and 8 out of 10 patients report a substantial relief of symptoms at the end of the four to six week period.

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