Spine Decompression Therapy -Experts’ Top Recommendations

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Filed Under: Treatments
Written By:
Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT

Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT

Jesse is the co-founder and visionary CEO of The Healthy Back Institute®, the world-leading source of natural back pain solutions. His mission as a former back pain sufferer is to help others live pain free without surgery and pharmaceuticals.

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3 thoughts on “Spine Decompression Therapy -Experts’ Top Recommendations”

  1. Avatar Victor J. Fedrizzi says:

    Have a lot of pain all around my skull for years that goes down my knech and across into my shoulder blades. Also have hip pain , mostly on left side and extending down my legs. Inversion table and Nubax haven*t solved the problem . And no bone supplements help that I have taken for many years. I hear that there is Prolozone (Prolotherphy and Ozone ) that is a permanent cure for Arthrithis. The only trouble is that the closest doctor who performs Prolozone lives 200 miles away. Can they inject the kneedles at the base of my skull beside my ear on both sides? That would be the only possible solution from me suffering from pain for years.

  2. Avatar Admin says:

    Hi Victor,

    Thank you for your comment and question.

    You would be best advised to contact the Dr to ask this question and see if this would be suitable for you.

    Thank you

  3. Avatar jose lim says:

    Hi
    I have an inversion table. May i inquire from you the following:
    a. how long do you stay in the INVERSION TABLE to sufficiently decompress your back.
    b. I am currently doing 5 minutes of decompression at 90 degrees. is this sufficient time?
    c. Is it sufficient to invert at 60 degree inversion. and if so how long should i stay in that position.

    Hope to hear from your expert advise. Thank you.

    Jose

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