Vax-D Spinal Decompression Treatment Process
Axial spinal decompression therapy is a sophisticated, computer-guided traction-based procedure used to treat damaged, bulging, herniated, degenerated, and even ruptured or extruded discs in the cervical and lumbar spine. Vax-D decompression achieves results by reducing pressure off the spinal discs and nerves, allowing your spine to heal itself. Unlike traditional traction, inversion tables and lower quality decompression tables that may increase pressures on discs, Vax-D decompression creates negative pressure inside damaged discs, thereby “suctioning” herniated and bulging materials back into place. The effect of repeat sessions is imbibement (flowing in) of nutrients so your discs can repair and heal faster. Typically, completed care is achieved within 2 months, as compared to 6-12 months without Vax-D.