Your Source for Effective Spine & Joint Treatments
Disc and spine conditions can have a major impact on your overall wellbeing. At Northwest Wellness Center , our experienced healthcare staff is committed to providing state-of-the-art treatment options to alleviate your back pain. Unlike more invasive procedures, our therapies are designed to deliver safe and all-natural pain relief, so you can experience improved health.
We Offer the Following Treatments
At Northwest Wellness Center , we are dedicated to only one goal—relieving your disc and spine pain as quickly as possible. We treat a number of spine-related injuries and conditions, our treatments include:
Northwest Wellness Center : Effective Back Pain Relief
Your spine plays an important role in your body, housing nerves that transmit information to and from the brain. When the spinal column or discs experience injury or other health conditions, the end result is intense pain—sometimes in other parts of the body (such as the arms and legs). To treat the underlying condition responsible for your discomfort, our healthcare specialist must first perform a complete evaluation and diagnostic assessment to identify your particular medical issue.
We treat common spine and disc concerns, including:
- Herniated or Bulging Discs
- Disc Degeneration
- Spinal Stenosis
Our treatment options include class IV laser therapy (robotic and hand-held), home light therapy, spinal decompression, and more. We can prescribe a treatment plan that will maximize recovery—so you can enjoy pain relief sooner rather than later. In addition, our staff can develop an at-home program to complement your treatment sessions. For more information on our back treatment options, please contact Northwest Wellness Center today for a free initial consultation: 614-304-3390
Frequently Asked Questions
How does spinal decompression work?
Spinal decompression uses mechanical traction to gently stretch the spine. During this procedure, you will lay on a special table while our healthcare professional controls the traction device through a computer.