Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
Hanczaryk Chiropractic Neurology Group is the only heath care clinic in Genesee County to present a major breakthrough in medical technology that significantly reduces or eliminates back pain with the use of the 2011 Hill DT™ decompression table. Non-surgical spinal decompression is used for treatment of serious spinal conditions such as herniated discs, bulging and protruding discs, posterior facet syndrome, sciatica, brachial neuritis, and degenerative discs, without the invasive surgery that used to be the final option for most back pain sufferers. Not all qualify for this remarkable treatment, below is all the information you will need to get you started.
Are you a candidate?
Click here to find out if you are a candidate for Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression.
Free MRI Review
Our doctors will review your MRI or CT to help identify the cause of your pain.
The Hanczaryk Advantage — Why thousands seek The Hanczaryk Method
Developed & Perfected Advanced Non Surgical Spinal Decompression
The Hanczaryk Disc Institute is where the Hanczaryk Method was developed and perfected. For over 35 years, the advanced Hanczaryk Spine Procedures have relieved problems in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas. Performed only at Hanczaryk Chiropractic Neurology Group, these procedures have revolutionized the treatment of neck and back pain including pain from spinal stenosis, herniated disc, spinal arthritis, bulging discs, spondylosis, and failed back surgery syndrome.
Best of the Best Doctors
Back surgery should never be the first option. Prior to any radical or invasive procedures, such as spinal injections or neck and back surgery, it is important to research and choose your spine team wisely. At Hanczaryk Chiropractic Neurology Group, our doctors are board certified and credentialed in Non Surgical Spinal Decompression. We have successfully treated tens of thousands of patients since 1976.
The Hanczaryk Difference
• Faster recovery times
• Less pain, trauma and no surgical recovery time
• State of the art Non Surgical Spinal Decompression
• Therapy and spinal rehabilitation to minimize re-injury
• Over 35 years of experience
• Over 94% Patient Satisfaction
• Tens of thousands of procedures performed since 1976
Neck and Back Conditions We Treat:
• Bulging discs – pinched nerve
• Herniated discs – Sciatic pain
• Degenerative discs – Whiplash
• Facet joint Syndrome – Spondylosis
• Failed Back Surgery – Radicular Pain
• Foraminal Stenosis
Our Staff is Certified in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression through Hill Laboratories.
Q: Am I a candidate for the DRX9000?
A: If you can answer yes to the following questions:
- Have you been diagnosed with sciatica or a herniated disc?
- Have you tried pills and muscle relaxants without success?
- Has your back or neck caused you to miss work?
- Did extended bed rest fail to improve your back?
- Is your back stiff from arthritis or spinal imbalance?
- Does your back feel like it is out of alignment?
- Do you have difficulty sleeping through the night?
- Have you been told surgery is the only answer?
If so, contact us immediately to schedule a further consultation for your condition.
Q: When can I schedule an appointment for a consultation with the doctors?
A: Call and speak to any of our capable staff members. Mention that you are interested in a consultation for the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression. We will take some of your information over the phone, and get you set up with an appointment time.
Q: If I qualify, what do I need to bring with me on my first visit?
A: Copies or reports of your MRI’s, as well as any diagnostic tests you may have had indicating your condition. It will also benefit you if you go to the New Patient Center of our web page, and print out the required online forms for your consultation with the doctor, fill them out, and bring them with you.
Q: What is the success rate for the DRX9000 Spinal Decompression Treatment?
A: The success rate for patients who undergo spinal decompression treatment is an astounding 88.9%, compared to surgeries and spinal fusion that report only a 30-40% success rate. Additionally, 60% of spinal fusion patients continue to suffer from back pain, post-operation. A full recovery is uncommon.
Q: How does the DRX9000 actually work?
A: The DRX imparts a negative pressure into the disc, which essentially creates a vacuum, moving the disc back into it’s original position. It creates space in the back of the spine, reducing herniation and restoring the flow of blood to a disc that has no blood supply. This negative pressure pushes healing nutrients and restorative spinal fluids into the disc, reducing pain and opening the space occupied by the nerve.
Q: Am I the only one that is suffering from this condition?
A: Low back pain is the 3rd leading cause for hospital admissions. It is a condition that affects so many people worldwide, but with treatment through spinal decompression, there is finally an option for back pain sufferers other than surgery. Your condition is unique, and this treatment could be standing between you and the operating table.
Q: Is treatment on the DRX9000 painful?
A: No. The DRX9000 is non-invasive, non-surgical, and virtually pain-free. There are no prescription drugs involved, and in fact most patients report experiencing a 50% reduction in pain after the first treatment.
Q: How does treatment on the DRX 9000 Compare to other surgical treatment options?
A:To answer this question, we’ve prepared a list of comparisons for you to view. It requires Microsoft Word to view, and you can click here to read it.
Q: Will my insurance pay for this treatment?
A: For the spinal decompression treatment outline, it is possible a certain portion of your treatment may be covered. At your first consultation, we can verify any coverage you may have, and our insurance department will discuss that information with you then.
Q: What payment options do you accept?
A: We have different plans for Cash, Check, or personal Credit Card Payments. We also offer financing through Chase Health Advance. If you are interested in filling out a Financing application in advance, click here. You can then bring this form with you if you’ve made an appointment for a consultation. This form requires Adobe Reader to view and print, which you can download by clicking the link.