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Gold Canyon Spinal Decompression

Superstition Chiropractic in Gold Canyon is pleased to provide the DTS Spinal Decompression System. DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy is a leading non-sugical alternative for disc related syndromes of the lumbar and cervical spine. This FDA registered equipment can be found in over 1,200 offices worldwide, and is seen to be a revolutionary, safe, and effective treatment for:

  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative discs
  • Facet syndrome
  • Sciatica
  • Post-surgical patients
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


    Superstition Chiropractic is dedicated to offering the latest, state-of-the-art therapies for treating pain in the low back and neck. We believe Spinal Decompression Therapy to be the most advanced, non-surgical, and pain-free alternative in accomplishing this goal. Clinical studies of non-surgical spinal decompression therapy have been reporting for years a high percentage of patients experiencing a significant reduction of pain if not totally eliminating the pain altogether. You owe it to yourself to call our office today ( 480-983-2249) and make an appointment to see if you're a candidate for DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy. Come join the thousands of people across the country who are already experiencing the benefits of Spinal Decompression. Your comfort and safety are of primary importance. Spinal Decompression Therapy, using our DTS table, is not only safe and effective, but can be done without surgery, anesthesia, injections, or prescription medication. As you can imagine, decompression therapy is rapidly gaining popularity due to the exceptional results and non-evasive approach to treating chronic back pain without surgery.
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Cervical Decompression

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Lumbar Decompression


What should I expect with a Spinal Decompression Treatment?

  • Simply described, Spinal Decompression Treatment uses a therapeutic table that is connected to a computer that electronically stretches and decompresses your spinal structures. You rest on the table while a padded harness focuses the gentle force along your spinal column. The decompression specifically targets the intervertebral discs, joints, and spinal musculature, the three structures that produce the most pain.
  • Prior to beginning treatments, we evaluate you to determine if you are a candidate for Spinal Decompressive Therapy. Your medical history, x-rays, CT/ MRI scans are carefully reviewed. If you are a candidate for therapy, an individual treatment plan is created for your specific needs. A typical plan may be between 15 to 25 treatments. It is important to complete your treatment plan, this helps to ensure the healing process (even if you start to feel improvement early on). It is not uncommon to experience a significant reduction in pain early in your treatments.
  • At the beginning of each session (fully clothed) you are fitted with a comfortable harness designed to offer optimal decompression. A specially trained technician will make sure that you are properly positioned for comfort, safety, and effectiveness. The computer is programmed in accordance with your specific treatment plan, and your session commences. Additionally, you are in complete control and can shut down the treatment session at any time if discomfort should occur.
  • During each session, you experience multiple cycles of treatment, which may take 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Each cycle takes between 3 to 5 minutes. The equipment is designed to apply precisely-controlled tension along the axis of your spinal column, creating decompression of the intervertebral discs. The process is fully automated and administered by a computer, which in turn is monitored by a technician. During the treatment cycles, you may feel some relief of the pressure in the area where your pain exists. During this time, your body is responding by flooding the area with valuable oxygen, blood, and nutrients which help promote the natural healing process of your body. Your treatment sessions are typically both comfortable and relaxing. At the end of your session, you will be ready to head home. Most patients benefit and enjoy their treatments.

How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?


Spinal Decompression Therapy works by restoring proper function to an injured disc. This is done by producing a controlled, mechanical traction on the spine using our Triton DTS Decompression Table. During the pull phase, injured discs are gently stretched apart producing a suction force inside the disc. This draws disc buldges and herniations back into the center of the disc along with oxygen, water, nutrients, and other healing substances. The end result is a strong, healthy, properly functioning disc in about 84% of the patients. Spinal Decompression Therapy is a lot like disc rehabilitation. Not only does decompression minimize disc bulges and herniations, but it also restores the proper nutrient supply to the disc. This allows the disc to regain its proper motion, and essentially proper nutrient supply. If the decompression is successful, the disc remains healthy even after the treatment is finished. stages_deco_1.jpg Why should I try Spinal Decompression Therapy?

It is safe.
It is comfortable.
It is effective.
It is cost effective.

If you are currently experiencing any of the above mentioned conditions, or if you would like to know if Decompression Therapy is right for you, call Superstition Chiropractic in Gold Canyon today at 480-983-2249 to schedule an appointment and become one of the many individuals who are experiencing the true healing power of Spinal Decompressive Therapy.

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