I am starting this thread to start a discussion on spinal decompression.
I've been reading some topics on this website and there seem to be quite a few differing opinions on spinal decompression.
It seems like an easy, miracle cure. Get strapped to a table that gently pulls your back apart for 30 sessions and you are cured. Why would anyone ever want spine surgery again? There is a clinic in my home city that has 12 decompression tables running non stop all day long. Their ads are all over local TV with testimonials of the patients being healed.
They use the Triton DTS and an external laser. One would think if this was a total scam they'd be busted within a year with hundreds, if not thousands of dissatisfied patients.
The problem is these clinics want $5000 for a treatment--yikes! I did some research and found I can buy the table for $10,000.00. I could treat myself and one family member and made it worth the investment. When the tables were 100k I could understand the need to charge $5,000 per patient, but it makes no sense to pay someone for treatment when the device is only 10k.
Anyway, I would like to hear positive and negative responses to spinal decompression.
I'd like to hear opinions about the Triton DTS, Accuspina, DRX, and any other popular table being used.
I'm trying to make a decision this week as to whether or not I should purchase one for myself.
And, where could I find a used decompression table?