A Gentle and Safe Way to Relieve
Your Neck and Back Pain Misery
Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy
works by gently stretching the spine, helping release pressure,
and allowing the body to return to normal alignment
Rehab 2 Wellness is the exclusive provider of non-surgical spinal decompression therapy in the Philadelphia area following the Disc Centers of America program.
With the use of Accu-SPINA, the only therapeutic device certified to deliver spinal rehabilitation in this manner, we are making great strides in bringing relief to patients from chronic and severe neck and back pain or sciatica.
The Accu-SPINA is in a class of its own due to its ability to ensure individualized treatment for each patient. It achieves this by targeting specific spinal segments for treatment, armed with computer-directed precision and variable pressure to suit each individual’s needs.
With our exclusive access to Accu-SPINA in Philadelphia, we are well-positioned to serve all patients in the area with their pain abatement needs.
We can help you with relief from your chronic and severe pain.
Interested? Let us show you what we can do for you.
Still thinking about surgery?
Discover reasons why surgery may be a problem.
Dr. Timothy Kremchek, M.D., a respected Orthopedic Surgeon, recommends checking out non-surgical options first.
Still not sure?
Why pursue Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression first?
No external object, surgical or medical, enters your body. External equipment simply helps the body heal.
Continued improvement is seen up to four years following the decompression program.
Slow and gentle repetitive movements help release pressure in the spine.
Back Pain, Neck Pain, and Sciatic Pain. Caused by Degenerative Disc Disease, Disc Herniations or Bulges.
Spinal Decompression addresses the underlying problems; doesn’t just mask the symptoms.
Treatment uses purely mechanical means. Does not resort to administration of drugs.
Cause and Remedy
When a herniated or bulging disc slips out of alignment, it may compress nearby nerves. This compression can block the nerves from properly sending and receiving messages from the central nervous system and brain, leading to chronic pain.
As long as this compression continues, patients will suffer pain.
Spinal decompression therapy creates space between the different vertebrae, providing room for the herniated or bulging disc to return to its proper space in the spine. This relieves pressure on the nerves.
Why not surgery?
- Nerve Damage
- Permanent Disability
- Nearly 1 in 50 back-surgery patients dies within three years of surgery
$6K to $85K
More when you consider physical therapy, medication & hospital charges, lost wages, etc.
Even with insurance, a 30% copay may mean a $16K outlay
- Some studies show 50% failure rate
- Workmen’s comp patients report success in only 29% of the cases
- Several causes of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome have been identified
More importantly, recommendations from those who know …
For a patient with back pain or neck pain, “… before I would ever recommend that they had a surgery, … I would recommend Spinal Decompression because there’s no down side to trying this and it works,” says Dr. Timothy Kremchek, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon as seen on ESPN, HBO, USA Today and Sports Illustrated.
“I’d tell young people with back problems that they should try the non-surgical avenues first,” said Bruce Wilson, a Seattle resident who had endured seven back surgeries and still suffered from back pain when his story was chronicled in a 2008 article in Newsweek.