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Severe Back & Neck Pain
Relieve Chronic Back Pain without Surgeries or Opioids
Have you been told you need spine surgery for bulging or herniated discs? Are you worried about taking opioids to manage your chronic back pain? If you have the signs and symptoms of bulging discs and chronic back pain, it’s extremely likely that you’ve been told you need spine surgery.
Over 65 million Americans experience some form of back pain, such as persistent aches or sharp jabs of back pain. And 8% of all adults eventually experience chronic back pain, usually because of herniated discs, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, muscle and ligament strains, and other factors.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
Patients suffering from chronic back pain are generally told they need spine surgery or are prescribed opioids, potentially leading to a lifelong reliance on medications for pain management. But what if spine surgery wasn’t necessary? What if you could alleviate the root cause of back pain with non-invasive alternatives?
Dr. Brigitte Rozenberg and her team specialize in non-surgical spinal decompression, a completely non-invasive treatment option with minimal-to-no drugs and a proven track record. If you’ve been asked to undergo spine surgery, you might want to consider non-surgical spinal decompression first.
Spinal Decompression Is an Effective Treatment for:
- Herniated Disc
- Bulging Disc
- Degenerative Disc
- Pinched Nerve
- Sciatic Nerve Pain
- Chronic Neck & Arm Pain
- Chronic Back Pain
- Chronic Knee Pain
- Sports Injuries
Move Faster. Do More.
Dr. Rozenberg and her staff were very attentive and clearly explained the process of their treatments. I have noticed tremendous progress after my appointment and would 100% recommended. They are very accommodating, knowledgeable, and have excellent customer service!
Meet The Doctor
Dr. Brigitte Rozenberg
The physicians and chiropractors at Spinatomy Spine & Disc Centers, led by Dr. Brigitte Rozenberg, are committed to helping patients achieve complete pain relief without undergoing surgeries or taking opioids. We focus on high-quality non-surgical spinal decompression for severe chronic back pain, helping patients improve the general quality of their lives.
Your treatment plans are curated by Dr. Rozenberg, a board-certified chiropractor with advanced certification from the Disc Centers of America for non-surgical spinal decompression therapy. Dr. Rozenberg is a leader in the national chiropractic community for her immeasurable accomplishments and contributions to the field.
Why Avoid Spine Surgery?
Until now, spine surgery has been the most common, go-to for disc herniation treatment. However, according to the New England Journal of Medicine, “51% of all back surgery is unnecessary.” That means most patients undergoing complex surgeries with high risks of complications and extended downtime don’t even need surgery.
Dr. Rozenberg’s innovative spinal decompression therapy has helped hundreds of patients achieve complete relief from chronic back pain caused by sciatica, stenosis, and disc herniation. Patients undergoing spinal decompression recovery quickly and experience minimal-to-no side effects, making it the ideal alternative to spine surgery and as a non-surgical back pain treatment.
What is Spinal Decompression?
Chronic back pain usually occurs because of the compression of the intervertebral discs and nerves in the spine. The human spine consists of numerous intervertebral discs and sensory nerves. Changes in the spinal structure, such as herniated discs, can pinch the nerves and cause severe pain and discomfort.
Spinal decompression is a non-surgical and non-invasive therapy that stretches the spine to relieve the pressure on the nerves. It essentially expands the spaces between the vertebrae, thus allowing the nerves to pass through unobstructed. Spinal decompression can treat numerous conditions, including damaged spinal nerves, bulging discs treatment, slipped discs in the back, sciatica relief, neck pain, and back pain.
I'm so glad I found this place. Had a huge backache after urgent care and I could come to them even after working hours, I’m so thankful, Dr. Rozenberg is really nice and she really cares about patients.
How Does Spinal Decompression Work?
During your spinal decompression session, you’ll be fitted with a special harness around your pelvis. You’ll have to lie down on a mechanical table controlled via a computer. Once you’re in place, the table’s lower half will slide back and forth while the upper part remains stable, thus stretching and relaxing your spine.
Non-surgical spinal decompression creates a negative pressure within the intervertebral discs, which suctions in the bulge and herniated material. This treatment also encourages your body to produce new tissues and cells, thus internally repairing the damaged nerve roots and discs. As such, spinal decompression alleviates the pressure on the nerves while stimulating natural healing.
Each spinal decompression session lasts for 30 to 45 minutes, and you need multiple sessions over a few weeks. Most patients start seeing results after 1 to 2 weeks, but the entire treatment may last for 4 to 6 weeks. Dr. Rozenberg will curate the ideal treatment plan and frequency based on your unique spinal condition and health.
Benefits of Spinal Decompression
- No surgeries or incisions
- No needles
- No anesthesia
- No opioids
- No hospitalization
- No downtime
- Relieve pressure on the spinal discs
- Restore the disc’s lubrication and flexibility
- Encourage natural healing
Get Back Into Your Game.
I came here with terrible neck pain and bulging disks and I was afraid of having surgery. Luckily, there was no need for surgery with spinal decompression. After a couple of sessions I started to feel relief and have better mobility as well. Thank you Dr. Rozenberg!
Spinal Decompression After Spine Surgery
Unfortunately, far too many patients opt for spine surgery before they truly consider all of their non-surgical options. If you haven’t received complete pain relief after back surgery, you can still opt for non-surgical spinal decompression. But you should ideally exhaust all non-surgical and non-invasive options before even considering spine surgery.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is a completely safe procedure suitable for anyone suffering from chronic back pain. The spinal decompression table includes emergency stop switches, allowing us to stop the treatment whenever necessary without delay. Patients can resume most of their daily activities soon after the treatment with no downtime.
If you’re experiencing severe or chronic back pain and don’t want to undergo spine surgery, please contact our spine center in Culver City or Van Nuys, CA.