Back-On-Trac Spinal Decompression Therapy is one of the most important treatment protocols out there to reduce or eliminate lower back pain by taking pressure off the neural elements of the spine.

Time and time again on initial consultations with our patients we review our X-ray and see compression of the spine and loss of the disc space. Your spine’s purpose is to provide support for your body. The spine is made up of vertebrae (7 cervical, 12 thoracic, and 5 lumbar), ligaments and disc in between each of the vertebrae to keep it flexible. Your nervous system consist of the spinal cord which travels from the brain down your spine and nerves exit the spine to EVERY part of your body.

When someone injures their spine or if there is degeneration to your spine it can cause pain. Some people report feeling compressed or squashed. Others feel pinched nerve type pain due to the pressure being put on the spinal nerves.

Spinal decompression along with the chiropractic adjustment actually takes pressure off the disc, off the nerves which decreases pressure and decreases pain.

Key Benefits of Back-on-Trac Treatments

  1. ​The treatment feels fantastic. You begin seated, and Back-on-Trac gently leans you back, providing vibration and heat while making you feel relaxed.
  2. ​12 minute treatment time. Back-on-Trac is a treatment program that doesn’t take up your entire day.
  3. Back-on-Trac offers therapy without having to use cumbersome restraints and belts.
  4. Back-on-Trac brings long-lasting relief. Back-on-Trac therapy is delivered through gentle stretching of the spine, joints, and a wide range of important muscles, including those in the back, neck, hips, and thighs.
  5. ​A non-invasive and effective solution that works for chronic back pain.

Conditions That Can Benefit

▪ Low back pain
▪ Facet syndrome
▪ Herniated disc
▪ Protruding disc
▪ Extruded disc
▪ Lumbar Sprain Strain
▪ Sciatica
▪ Spondylosis
▪ Spondylothesis Anterior and Posterior
▪ Spondylolysis Congenital and Traumatic
▪ Spinal Fusion

▪ Failed Lumbar Surgical Syndrome
▪ Spinal Stenosis Congenital and Degenerative
▪ Degenerative Disc Disease
▪ Neuromuscular Reeducation
▪ Therapeutic Exercise
▪ Large Diameter Afferent Stimulation
▪ Small Diameter Afferent Stimulation
▪ Type II Mechanoreceptor Stimulation
▪ Pain Management
▪ Pain Reduction
▪ Pain Elimination
▪ Multimodal Sensory Stimulation