Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression - Millennium Health & Wellness

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Many patients that would have had to endure surgery have opted for Non-Surgical Spinal Relief in Las Cruces, NM and Surrounding Areas.

Decompression is currently the most sophisticated, true three-dimensional systems to treat chronic neck and back pain.

We utilize the Accu-Spina Decompression system for our spinal decompression treatments.

Spinal decompression is a treatment method used to stimulate the body’s natural repair mechanism. It aims to repair injured and degenerative discs in the vertebrae. Many patients like to turn to spinal decompression therapy because they can get relief without drugs, injections or the intervention of surgery.

What Happens? 

The Accu-Spina Decompression system, and other systems like it, work by slowly lengthening and decompressing the spine. These movements cause negative pressures within the disc. This essentially creates a vacuum that helps to reposition bulging discs and protruding disc material back into place. Ultimately, the goal is to realign the spinal discs, allow nutrients and oxygen to flow back into damaged or injured discs, take pressure off any pinched nerves that have been affected, and relieve the patient’s pain.

What Is A Session Like?

In a typical spinal decompression session, patients will be properly and comfortably fitted within a pelvic harness, as well as strapped into a neck piece. The system will begin to work its magic and the patient will notice a gradual lengthening of their spine as their discs are gently decompressed and relieved of tension and pressure. The therapy is designed to be safe and relaxing. Mild discomfort may be felt in the first few sessions of those with extensively damaged discs, but generally, patients express no pain during the treatment.

Overall, we have seen many patients with neck and back problems that have been helped with decompression. To learn more about it, contact us to set-up a consultation.

Congratulations Dr. Brian Hesser for being appointed the NEW VICE-PRESIDENT of the newly formed,“INTERNATIONAL DISC EDUCATION ASSOCIATION”, (I.D.E.A.).

The International Disc Educational Association (I.D.E.A.) is dedicated to the progress and medical research of spinal disc conditions that empower doctors with the BEST educational tools utilizing non-surgical Spinal Decompression to provide the BEST patient outcomes.