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Bay Health Center


Regenerative Medicine Provider

Bay Health Center


Regenerative Medicine Provider
spinal disc restoration therapy

Spinal disc restoration therapy is beneficial for many spinal conditions

Long standing and chronic back pain is an immense drain on a person's daily well-being; not only does it cause physiological pain but also psychological damage when pain induces anxiety. The search for relief is an individual endeavor that can take people to all corners of the medical world. At Bay Health Center, we believe you should have all the facts in your hands when making the decision to treat your pain. At our office in Palo Alto, you will always receive a comprehensive spinal examination to determine whether spinal disc restoration therapy could benefit you.

Who is a good candidate for our spinal disc restoration therapy in the Bay Area

People with the following conditions have found success with our integrated program of spinal decompression and physical rehabilitation: 

  • Long-standing back or neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Herniated discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Posterior facet syndrome

Who is not a good candidate for spinal disc restoration therapy?

Pregnant women and those people who have the following conditions should avoid nonsurgical spinal decompression:

  • Spinal fractures
  • Osteoporosis
  • Tumors

Improving your quality of life with spinal disc restoration therapy in the Bay Area

Our treatment program seeks to educate and keep you involved with your rehabilitation. When combined with a program of physical therapy, exercise and stretching, this program can prove to be a powerful alternative to more aggressive treatments such as steroid injections and surgery. If you do decide to seek the surgical option, success mitigating pain with spinal disc restoration therapy is a good indicator of success with surgery.

Dr. Vitaly Mozeson, D.C.