Patients often ask: Am I going to have to keep coming back forever?
An important part of the long term success of spinal decompression and our Protocol is to strengthen and stabilize the spine. In order to ensure the most long lasting results we will test and measure the following:
- Your strength
- Your range of motion
- Your balance and coordination
- Your posture
- and your muscle performance
Then we will develop an individualized rehabilitation program with our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. This will help to ensure patients the most long lasting and permanent success with even the most painful and debilitating conditions and even when other forms of treatments have failed.
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How Do I Know If I am Eligible For Care?
We treat low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative or bulging discs, or spinal stenosis with non surgical spinal decompression. Learn more about this safe, comfortable, and affordable low back and neck pain treatment offered by Woodway Rehab & Wellness Center in Houston, Texas; read testimonials and spinal decompression reviews from many satisfied patients.
Call us to schedule a complimentary consultation to determine if you are a candidate for Spinal Decompression and our multi-step Protocol. The doctor will ask you a series of questions such as Where is the pain, when did it begin, what makes it better or worse? Then a thorough examination will be performed in which case the doctor will check your reflexes, blood pressure, balance, gait, skin sensory changes muscle strength and more to determine the cause of your back or neck pain. At this point the doctor may recommend x-rays or an MRI if he feels like further imaging will be necessary to determine the exact cause. After combining all of this information together the doctor will determine if you will make a good candidate for spinal decompression therapy and our multi-step Protocol. If you do qualify for care, your Doctor will explain their recommended plan of action for you. If for some reason you do not qualify for care the doctor will refer you to someone who may better suit your needs.
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