Our WIN Health Institute spinal decompression and chiropractic services can drastically improve spinal strength, movement, balance, and posture, while relieving any pain or discomfort that you may be experiencing. Our therapies can also help to improve a number of painful conditions, including headaches, sports injuries, car accident injuries, and much more.
We offer advanced state-of-the-art technology, including our decompression chair, to ensure effective results that our patients can count on. This is a bonus treatment that should be used in addition to chiropractic treatments
The unit is a distraction decompression-mobilization unit with the ability to position a patient into more multiple postures than any other device on the market today.
Any of the multiple postures can be performed before, during, or after the decompression!
The A-T can be positioned into antalgic postures or injury postures. Injury postures can be
therapeutic when distraction pull forces are applied.
Reduces disc pressure, bulges, and/or herniations.
Reduces nerve root pressures and pinched nerves.
Improves spinal joint mechanics.
Improves spinal function.
Improves facet gliding and reduces facet imbrication.
Increases spinal joint elasticity and circulation.
How the process works:
The chair starts upright allowing you to sit comfortably and then gently lowers you back to the horizontal position. If you can’t lie horizontally, the chair can be raised to any angle and decompression is applied in that position.The computer is then set by the doctor according to your weight or general condition. There are many factors that can be set into the computer including force and timing. The computer-controlled mechanism applies a gentle pull (or traction) to your neck or low back. Initial treatment is very gentle and the sensation is hardly felt. As you progress through your treatment regimen, the settings are increased according to your condition and tolerance. Each treatment regimen is tailored to your individual needs.
Both the low back (lumbar) and neck (cervical) sections of the Antalgic-Trak can be manually moved to different positions. During a treatment, these sections may be locked in a specific position with decompression applied in that position, or, the decompression can be maintained in a ‘pull phase’ and the doctor can manually move the chair in various ranges of motion. No other decompression unit can move like the Antalgic-Trak.