For over 20 years, Dr. Cosmas Leigh has been successfully helping patients resolve chronic pain, nerve impingement, mobility limitations, disc injuries, and more through the use of non-surgical spinal decompression. For decades, Axiom’s DRX-9000 retains its status as the most comprehensive decompression system available, restoring quality of life for thousands of people.
Will My Pain Go Away with Spinal Decompression?
Although it is impossible to know for sure, research, and anecdote, have shown that most patients find long-term relief when they complete a spinal decompression program. Effective reduction of pain is shown to occur when the recommended program of treatments is followed. Regular home exercise helps maintain spinal health and reduce the probability of re-occurrence. As with any comprehensive rehabilitation program, your continued home care exercises and discretion in some daily activities are essential to long-term relief.
Dr. Leigh is a well known Chiropractic Physician in the Chapel Hill area. He is highly trained, has over 20 years experience and cares deeply about his patients. His gentle, non-surgical spinal decompression therapy can provide lower back and neck pain relief, sciatica pain relief, and is a state-of-the-art procedure for, bulging, herniated or degenerative disc disease in the neck and lumbar regions.
You don’t have to live in debilitating pain. Whether you have lower back pain, a pinched nerve, sciatica, radiating pain into the arms or legs, neck pain, or a variety of symptoms related to damaged or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis and post-operative complications, as well as syndromes of the lumbar and cervical spine. Spinal decompression therapy may be for you.
This gentle, non-surgical procedure can provide lower back and neck pain relief, sciatica pain relief, and is a state-of-the-art procedure for, bulging, herniated or degenerative disc disease in the neck and lumbar regions.
The gentle pulling forces of the spinal decompression system create a decompression of the spine. What this means is that the discs have room to heal and go back into the proper position. With proper positioning comes improved blood flow and nutrients to the injured area. this allows the discs to heal. You’ll experience several cycles of stretch and relaxation, which graduates to a peak over a period of several minutes.
If you have bulged discs, spinal decompression is the surgery-free way to guide the discs back into their proper place. Pain goes away when the discs are moved back where they belong.
What You Can Expect During an Appointment
Spinal Decompression sessions are 20 minutes in length and all the while the patient relaxes and feels alleviation of pain. Dr. Leigh makes an individualized treatment plan based upon each person’s needs but programs typically last 8 weeks.
To help healing of the discs and spine take place, Leigh Brain & Spine offers a state-of-the-art therapy room with therapies such as heat and cold therapy, muscle stimulation, and ultrasound therapy. This comprehensive program stabilizes the spine by improving the functioning of the ligaments, tendons, and muscles surrounding the affected area. Our spinal decompression program not only helps heal the disc, but to also improves muscular control of the back and neck for long-lasting success.
Scientific studies of this procedure show that 85% of the patients with back pain felt better after Spinal Decompression therapy.
The Key to Healing Bulged Disc, Back Pain and Sciatica
Nonsurgical spinal decompression is has a computerized, biofeedback interface that provides exactly what your body needs to feel and perform better.
Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. That changes the force and position of the spine. This change takes pressure off the spinal disks, which are gel-like cushions between the bones in your spine, by creating negative pressure in the disc. As a result, bulging or herniated disks may retract, taking pressure off nerves and other structures in your spine. This in turn, helps promote movement of water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they can heal.