TORONTO, June 11 /CNW/ - Welcome Back Spinal Care Centre is excited to
bring the Antalgic-Trak, the world's first multi-directional spinal
decompression therapy, to Toronto.
Antalgic-Trak is an advanced form of non-surgical spinal decompression
that has been combined with passive range-of-motion (ROM) therapy. It was
created by clinical experts and robotic engineers. It is changing the way
doctors and therapists treat the spine.
Many people across North America have found relief with this gentle and
relaxing treatment for the pain associated with degenerative joint disease,
herniated or bulging discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, "pinched" nerves,
and other spinal afflictions. Doctors and therapists have embraced this new
and improved technology and hail its creation as one of the most dramatic
improvements in non-surgical spinal therapy ever. The sophisticated
state-of-the-art, articulating features have changed everything. It makes
every other system seem obsolete!
"Over 80% of the population will experience neck or low back pain at some
time. Some do not respond to other therapies and may be headed for surgery,"
said Dr. Arnie Deltoff, clinic director, Welcome Back Spinal Care Centre. "The
Antalgic-Trak, the world's only spinal decompression chair, provides a unique
multi-directional, range-of-motion protocol."
The Antalgic-Trak Decompression Chair is a revolutionary new technology,
to apply safe and comfortable decompression to your spine. How does spinal
decompression therapy differ from standard traction? When spinal joints are
irritated, the postural muscles around the spine react by going into spasm to
guard against further injury. Typically, when traction is applied to those
joints, the body's normal reaction is to pull away in the opposite direction.
Welcome Back's spinal decompression technology contains a sensitive computer
feedback mechanism to overcome this phenomenon. With precise,
computer-controlled tension, the appropriate disc levels are gently and
painlessly distracted, creating a negative pressure within the disc. This
facilitates an important physiological process known as imbibition: the
transfer of fluids, nutrients and oxygen back into the disc, increasing vital
circulation. Over time, this helps to increase the disc height, promote the
retraction of bulging/herniated discs and relieve pressure on the nerves
causing the pain.
A typical course of management consists of 20-30 45-minute spinal
decompression sessions. Dr. Deltoff invites everyone to come and experience
this revolutionary treatment at no charge and with no obligation. After a
complimentary consultation determines your suitability for therapy, you will
then receive your free 15 minute trial session.
About the Welcome Back Spinal Care Centre
The clinic's founder and clinical director, Dr. Arnie Deltoff, has been
providing spinal care to the GTA since 1990. Dr. Marshall Deltoff,
radiologist, provides special expertise in diagnostic imaging with over 25
years of academic and clinical experience. The team is proud to be the first
to bring the Antalgic-Trak Decompression Chair treatment option to Toronto.
For further information:
For further information: Clinic Contact: Drs. Arnie or Marshall Deltoff,
16 York Mills Road, Suite 207, Toronto, ON, M2P 2E5, Phone: (416) 512-2225,
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