Spinal Recovery Center

Your Non-Surgical Spine Specialty Center

If you would like a free consultation to see if

The Spinal Recovery Center

has a treatment plan

that can help you with your

Spinal Decompression,

please fill out the form below,

and we will contact you

and set-up an appointment.

Pain Relief and Treatment for Neck and Back pain is just a phone call away,

with Spinal Decompression Therapy

at the Spinal Recovery Center! 

serving Warren MI, Sterling Heights MI, and Metro Detroit


Spinal Decompression Relief is now available in the Detroit area.  Call us today and see if you are a candidate for this revolutionary non surgical treatment.  

ALL SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY IS DESIGNED THE SAME, BUT NOT ALL PHYSICIANS ARE THE SAME.  

Know your Doctor:    
*  One of only 3 Chiropractic Neurologists in Michigan       
*  Over 18 years of Combined Experience                                            
*  American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians  
​*  Diplomate American Academy of Pain Management

How is Decompression Therapy Administered?

What Results Can I Expect From Spinal Decompression?


Spinal Decompression therapy is administered through the Triton DTS, a state-of-the-art computer directed spinal-rehab system.  

The Triton DTS is certified to deliver therapeutic treatment forces in a comfortable and soothing manner.  The spinal decompression process gently pulls, holds, and releases the spine in a cycle that lasts about 1 minute.  This process will happen repeatedly for 20 minutes.  

Normally when pulls are exerted on the spine, such as in conventional traction, the muscles respond by tightening.  This is known as the proprioceptive block.  Because of the special cycling action, the body does not respond by tightening the muscles, thus making the treatment extremely comfortable as well as effective. 

When this treatment cycle is directed to a specific dysfunctional spinal segment it promotes several physiological responses.  It can help mobilize a facet joint, strengthen the spine, relieve pressure on a nerve, decompress a disc, or create an influx of oxygen, blood flow, and nutrients into the affected area. 

​You are a candidate for this treatment if you have:
*Chronic and/or severe back pain
*Uncertain or poor prognosis
*Failed back syndrome
*Long term probability for drug use
*Failed back surgery
​*Future anticipated need for surgery.
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Spinal Decompression

Treatment 


Relief from Neck and Back Pain at Spinal Recovery Center