Treatment Session Information
What Happens During a Typical IDD Therapy® Disc Treatment?
The treatment table will be moved to a vertical position for you to easily get onto the table. The bed will then be gently lowered into the treatment position. Pillow bolsters and supports will be placed under your arms and knees to ensure proper treatment position and to increase comfort and safety. The technician will input treatment information into the computer and the treatment will begin. Make sure you go to the restroom before the harnesses are applied.
After the IDD Therapy® treatment, the table will slowly be brought back to the vertical position again. Cold therapy may be applied at this point.
What Should I Expect After an IDD Therapy Treatment Session?
The day following an IDD Therapy® treatment session it is normal to feel a little sore and/or stiff. The soreness occurs because the muscles and ligaments are changing shape. This is very similar to a person who works out for the first time. The muscles are not used to the new forces, and therefore react by producing lactate; and the ligamental tissues may respond as they are being re-educated. Your doctor may prescribe a pain medication, or at home exercises, that will help ease the discomfort. If you notice any symptoms or feel your discomfort is severe, tell your doctor immediately.
Astounding Success Rates
IDD Therapy® Treatment clinical studies demonstrated a success rate of over 91% with patients who had previously been referred for surgery. This means that many people get significant, long-term relief from their neck, spine and back pain, enabling them to avoid surgery.
How quickly do patients notice a reduction in pain?
Some patients report improvement after the first session, but more often, patients will feel some relief and/or notice changes occurring within an average of 4-6 visits.
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