Highly Trained Manhattan Sports Medicine Specialist
Spinal decompression is a highly successful and safe alternative to back surgery for those suffering from degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, bulging discs, chronic lower back pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, and even failed back surgery or relapse after back surgery. As a Manhattan spinal specialist, Dr. Nemirovsky uses proven, non-invasive spinal decompression to treat debilitating back pain and improve each patients’ quality of life. If you are interested in this treatment, call!
Back Surgery vs. Spinal Decompression
- At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we encourage patients to try spinal decompression therapy as part of their pre-surgery treatment. Even those who have not achieved optimal recovery results through traditional physical therapy or chiropractic care can experience significant pain reduction and mobility improvement with spinal decompression.
- Traditionally, back surgery was the only option for correcting more severe spinal pain conditions. For some, however, the extensive recovery process and additional pain caused by back surgery can be worse than the original condition.
- Cox flexion distraction is the safest and most thoroughly research method of spinal decompression. Despite its conservative nature, extensive research proves it to be highly effective in correcting many pain-inducing conditions and eliminating the need for surgery.
Proven Treatments, Happy Patients
I found Dr. Rolland Nemirovsky through a web search, and it turned out to be the best decision I’d ever made. It took less than a month of treatment before my headaches stopped and my running shoes were back on. By the end of 4 months, my symptoms were completely gone – I NEVER thought that would happen! Dr. Rolland knew exactly what he was doing and helped me more than I ever thought possible.
How Does Spinal Decompression Work?
Dr. Nemirovsky uses the latest spinal decompression technology to gently increase the space between the vertebrae of the spine, reducing damaging pressure on discs and alleviating nerve pain. Combined with other therapeutic modalities, spinal decompression can drastically reduce pain symptoms in just a few visits and enable your permanent return to pain-free activity. You can expect a series of non-invasive procedures to take place over a 4 to 8 week period. Contact Manhattan Sports Therapy today to set up your consultation.