IDD therapy is the fastest growing non-surgical spinal treatment for intervertebral discs with over 1,000 clinics worldwide. Safe, gentle and non-invasive, IDD therapy helps patients who need something more for their pain when manual therapy alone is insufficient to achieve lasting pain relief.
If you have persistent back pain, neck pain or leg pain (sciatica) which is having a negative impact on your life, then IDD disc therapy may be the treatment for you.
Why choose IDD Therapy Disc Treatment?
Why choose IDD therapy
Typical candidates for IDD therapy are people who have disc related back or neck pain and may have tried various other treatments without success. They may be taking pain medication and may be considering invasive treatments such as injections or in extreme cases, disc surgery.
- Current treatment is not working
- Want to stop taking painkillers
- Seeking long-term pain relief
- Want to return to normal daily activities
The objectives of IDD therapy
- Improve the health of the intervertebral disc
- Rehabilitate supporting muscles and ligaments
- Realign spinal structures
- Release pressure on nerves
Can I have IDD therapy?
Many back pain conditions are located at a particular level in the spine. With IDD therapy we use computer-controlled pulling forces delivered by the SPINA medical devices to gently distract (draw apart) targeted segments of the spine in order to take pressure off specific discs and nerves whilst at the same time, gently stretching tight muscles and stiff ligaments.
By decompressing (taking pressure off) an injured or bulging disc and stretching the soft tissues, we can improve mobility in the spine and allow the body’s natural healing mechanisms to operate more efficiently. In so doing, we can relieve pain caused by muscle spasm and alleviate nerve compression and irritation caused by bulging discs.
Find out more or book an appointment
If you're not sure whether IDD therapy is suitable for you or simply want to find out more, you can arrange a free call back from our IDD Clinic Director, Tim Hanwell. You can also book an appointment by calling our friendly reception team on 01442 878900