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Research & Studies


Research & Studies

Dr. Amidror CCSM of SPINOUS  specialized in Shockwave therapy  and spinal decompression therapy, including treatments for Sciatica, herniated and bulging disc. Conveniently located in lower Westchester, Dr. Amidror serves clients in Westchester County, Fairfield and the Bronx. Treatments are tailored to each individual patient and may focus on decompression of the disc and spine. It is our goal to quickly transforming patients from being pain-ridden to pain-free. Spinal Decompression treatment is one of the leading procedure to treat Herniated and bulging disc. Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical traction that is used as treatment for a herniated and bulging disc in the neck and lower back. Anyone who has back, neck, arm or leg pain may be helped by spinal decompression therapy. Spinal decompression treatment is supported by evidence based research, and was peered reviewed in multiple studies. (some of the studies are below)

"Improving the disc contact with the blood supply may help to heal the herniation" (Komari et al., 1996). Decompression has also been shown to rehydrate the disc (Guehring et al., 2006).

Several article reviews showed that prone decompression allows increase in disc imbibition, "Three patients with a ruptured lumbar disc had contrast medium and radiographic images taken during and after a lumbar traction procedure. The protrusions were shown to lessen considerably with the 30 minute prone traction sessions and a dimpling of the outer annulus suggested a negative intra-discal force was created.” (Mathews, 1968)

Croft, Arthur. 2007. Human Intervertebral Disc Herniation: the 50% Solution. The Journal of the Texas Chiropractic Association.

Guehring T, et al.: Disc distraction shows evidence of regenerative potential in degenerated intervertebral discs as evaluated by protein expression, magnetic resonance imaging, and messenger ribonucleic acid expression analysis. Spine. 2006 Jul 1;31(15):1658-65.

Komari H, et al.: The Natural History of Herniated Nucleus with Radiculopathy. Spine 21: 225-229, 1996.

Mathews, JA: Dynamic Discography: A Study of Lumbar Traction. Annls of Phys Med, IX (7), 265-279, 1968.
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