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Spinal Decompression Therapy

Eurotech DOC Decompression Table.


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 "If you, a family member or friend suffers from chronic neck or low back pain, there's a little-known treatment that's safe, non-surgical, FDA-cleared, and effective in nearly 9 out of 10 patients…" 


 "Spinal decompression therapy is a fantastic treatment to further the safe and gentle effectiveness of chiropractic care."


Called Decompression Therapy, it can end the sharp, stabbing, burning and shooting pain in your back, legs, neck and arms within a several short weeks.


If you're like most of the patients we see today, you've have been suffering from back pain, hip pain, or leg pain for far too long-maybe decades. And you've tried virtually everything ranging from bed rest, over-the-counter medication, prescription pain killers, physical therapy, spinal injections, acupuncture, traction devices and maybe even surgery - and so far, nothing has worked. You are still in pain. And some days, your life is a living hell.


This is not surprising since much of the research shows that most pain-relieving methods and procedures aren't very effective in treating chronic back pain at all-especially long term. An alternative was needed - something to help your care be more effective, something less reliant on medications, and something safer and less invasive. In other words, something that really worked. The Eurotech D.O.C. System delivers and we have been using this exclusive program in New England longer than any other facility.


To understand how it works, let's look at the low back and its structure.

Unlike other structures in your body, the spinal discs do not have a very good blood supply, so once they're damaged they heal very slowly or not very well. A disc gets its nutrition from the bones above and below it through a pumping action that increases with movement. But once a disc is damaged or torn, it loses its ability to maintain an adequate fluid intake and will become brittle and dry. This leads to further damage, inflammation, degeneration and increased pain.


Eurotech DOC Decompression System is an FDA-approved therapy (facilitated by a computer, monitoring device and specific table positioning) that enables a doctor or therapist to gently, precisely and safely put tension on the lower back and create a negative pressure inside the disc.


This negative pressure creates a vacuum effect that actually draws the bulging or "slipped" material back into the center of the disc.


Unlike other treatments for back pain, the Eurotech D.O.C. System's technology actually helps the discs to heal and makes them healthier.


Most other treatments like medication and spinal or trigger point injections only cover up the pain until it wears off or you aggravate your back again. Not spinal decompression therapy. In recent studies done on previous decompression patients 4 years after their treatment, researchers found that greater than 75% continued significant improvement.


Could spinal decompression therapy with the Eurotech D.O.C. System be the answer to ending your back pain and leg pain forever?


Find out if spinal decompression therapy can help you; with a free consulation

 and with no obligation.


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Call for your free consultation today 


(978) 692-4476


Are there conditions where Spinal Decompression Therapy is not recommended?

Spinal Decompression is not recommended for pregnant women, patients who have osteoporosis, severe obesity, or severe nerve damage.  Spinal surgery with instrumentation (screws, metal plates or cages) is also contraindicated. However, decompression therapy after a bone fusion or non fusion surgery can be performed.

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  • "I have known Dr. Leigh from being one of his first 60+ patients. He has grown his business by leaps and bounds since then. My having moved away for 13 yrs., I am impressed with an occasional visit how incredibly knowledgeable Dr. Leigh is no matter what the medical issue is pertaining to the spine, cervical vertebrae, bones in other areas especially resulting from traumas to the body. I can pick Dr. Leigh's brain and he's always spot on with an answer. Kirstin is a wonderful asset with her proficiency in making appts., insurance info, etc. and pleasant manner with patients."
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