Do you have a disc bulge? disc herniation or disc injury? In pain? Can't move without searing pain? Been told you may need surgery? Get a second opinion! This my be your savior! We can help! We can let you know if home traction is for you!
The Saunders Lumbar Home Traction Unit is used to treat:
- Low back pain
- Muscle spasms
- DDD (Degenerative Disc Disease)
- Lumbar Disc herniations
Advantages of the Saunders Lumbar Home Traction Unit:
- Reducing or eliminating pain in a safe manner
- Restoring lost movement and improving range-of-motion
- Re-hydrates Discs (with enough time to pre-injury state)
- Able to hold the traction for the therapeutic 10 minutes
- Able to do it in the comfort of your home, making it more likely to do 2-3 times a day
- it is the FREQUENCY more than the intensity or duration that increases your prognosis of obtaining your pre-injury state
If you have a lumbar disc injury and want to avoid surgery, this is likely your best option!
From the video on the Lumbar Saunders Traction Unit:
"Dr. Karin explains how to use a Saunder's Lumbar Traction Unit for low back pain.
If you have low back pain, are considering an inversion table or other home device to help, checkout the Saunder's Lumbar Traction unit.
If you are going to take the time to stretch your back, you want the best for your time home remedy. In my biased opinion, the Saunder's lumbar traction is the best. For a therapeutic traction, you need 10 minutes at least twice a day.
More than 20 minutes at a time can cause permanent elongation of the ligaments that hold your bones together, causing more harm than good.
Inversion tables are limited to under 10 because of the pressure it exerts on your head from being upside down, causing blood to uncomfortable rush into your head.
Plus inversion tables can not target the low back, and can cause harm to other regions.
Getting out of inversion tables is also tricky if you have a bad low back.
In this video, Dr. Karin explains how to get into the Saunders traction unit, how to use it to stretch (and re-hydrate the discs of) your low back, and how to safely get back into a standing position.
As always, before you try any home remedy, talk to your healthcare provider to make sure it is appropriate for you. Hopefully that is one of us here at Drummond Chiropractic if you are here in Bloomington, Indiana. All of our chiropractors are low back pain chiropractic experts."
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Drummond Chiropractic, LLC
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Low Back Pain Specialists
565 N Walnut St
Bloomington, IN 47404
(812) 336 - 2423