Although disc problems are both serious and notoriously resilient to standard treatments, with IDD Therapy we are able to treat these conditions effectively and in many cases help our patients when every other treatment has failed and we have been the last resort. We have helped many avoid surgery with the risks and recovery time that this involves. However this treatment requires both advanced equipment and a highly trained specialised team in order to achieve these results.
Most of our patients have had their symptoms for a considerable length of time and many have tried numerous different treatments which have not been successful. For many of the patients that we see the choice is non-invasive IDD Therapy, spinal injection or surgery.
Most disc problems take a very long time to fail and in many cases quite severe damage or dehydration has occurred in the structure of the disc; there may have been many compensatory changes in your whole spine.
The IDD Therapy treatment is a course of ten to twenty decompression treatments over a four to six week period (depending on the site of the disc injury), with each treatment building on the last, not only getting you out of pain but providing long-lasting effects. You may feel symptomatic improvement after just a few IDD sessions but, as each IDD session builds on the last, the treatment protocol of 10 to 20 treatments is required in order to achieve proper healing and long lasting therapeutic changes in the structure of the damaged spinal disc. Your body needs to be constantly and progressively stimulated and needs time to repair damaged tissue and to heal properly.
It is important to remember we are treating the cause of the problem that may have been years in the making and not just the painful symptoms.
The treatment fees are outlined below but in order to fully understand the treatment programme, what it involves and what can be achieved, we would recommend booking in for an IDD Initial Assessment appointment. This appointment is just £75 and will give you a much better understanding and basis for making an informed decision about your treatment choices.