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Our spinal decompression table therapy is performed using the Hill DT table, which is enhanced with sophisticated load sensor technology. This technology measures and monitors the treatment force and patient-resistance throughout the session. It is an advanced, non-surgical alternative that effectively adjusts lower back, neck, and radiating leg and arm pain. Providing over 10,000 pulses per millimetre, the table cleverly senses the patient’s approaching threshold and reduces the pull. In this manner, it is able to provide smooth, low-force decompression.

What Are The
Benefits Of Spinal Decompression Table Therapy?

Decompression table therapy is appropriate for sufferers of chronic pain, effectively treating pain through lumber and cervical decompressions.


Common benefits include:

  • Reduced overall pain

  • Increased range of motion

  • Reduced numbness and tingling

  • Relieved pressure on the nerves

What To Expect During Decompression Table Therapy

A spinal decompression table is composed of two parts that move independently of one another. During setup, the practitioner chooses a decompression program that is best suited to the patient’s needs. The right program for an individual will depend on that person’s diagnosis as well as how they have responded to previous treatments. 


As the decompression table stretches the spine, negative pressure is created within the spinal discs, which results in the retraction or re-positioning of the disc material, leading to pain relief. In addition, the lower pressure within the disc can cause an influx of healing nutrients to the disc, promoting further relief after the treatment has concluded.


Conditions that can be treated using spinal decompression table therapy include:

  • Sciatica

  • Cervical and lumbar degenerative disc disease

  • Cervical and lumbar disc herniation

  • Cervical and lumbar facet syndrome

  • Cervical and lumbar subluxation

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