Testimonials and How Decompression Therapy Works

How Can Decompression Therapy Help Ease My Back Pain?

Often, physicians will use surgery to relieve neck and back pain and stress on spinal discs. However, at Blitz Chiropractic Center, we know how dangerous and risky spinal surgery can be. Decompression therapy is a non-invasive treatment that helps to relieve neck and back pain, arm and leg pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness. The procedure pinpoints the cause of your problem without the need for a surgical procedure. With over a 90% success rate in almost all patients, Dr. Blitz recommends this procedure before considering surgical intervention.
-Herniated Disc
-Bulging Disc
-Degenerative Joint And Disc Disease
-Pinched Nerve

Speak with Dr. Blitz today to Find Out If You're a Candidate for Decompression Therapy

With years of experience in Spinal Decompression Therapy and a high success rate with his patients, Dr. Blitz looks forward to helping you with your disc and nerve problems in order to provide you with relief and a cure for your condition. Whether you're suffering acute or chronic pain, Blitz Chiropractic Center is here to offer you relief. Dr. Blitz will consult with you about your individual needs and develop a successful plan specifically designed to get you back to great health.

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment designed to bring comfort to a patient throughout the pain relief process. A patient lays comfortably on a table connected to a computer. This computer works to pinpoint the exact places the spine experiences pressure and works to decompress this pressure and relieve it. Throughout the process, blood flow and oxygen supplies to the spine increase, which speeds and stimulates the healing process.

Hear From A Patient:

Lynn T.

"Dr. Blitz had my daughter convince me to go to his office. I had been under chiropractic care for three weeks and had no relief. I was in agony. I had an MRI which showed herniated disks. I then went to a pain management facility where I was given epidural shots which did nothing. A week later I was sent for another set of epidural shots, which did nothing. I was tired of being in a fetal position for any relief. I had no life. I had given up and decided to have surgery. The pain had gotten the best of me.

At this point, my daughter persuaded me to give Dr. Blitz a chance. I was very apprehensive about anything working. Dr. Blitz explained a routine he would like me to try. I thought why not if it works it would be much better than surgery. Dr. Blitz suggested "Spinal Decompression" which was never offered before or even suggested anywhere else. It gave me my life back."