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Bay Health Center


Regenerative Medicine Provider

Bay Health Center


Regenerative Medicine Provider
disc restoration therapy

At our office in Palo Alto, we go beyond spinal decompression with disc restoration therapy.

Non-surgical spinal decompression is an alternative to surgery that targets the root of your pain rather than masking symptoms with pain-killing drugs. However, decompression is only one piece of the puzzle: spinal discs are sensitive structures that are subject to a host of deleterious movements throughout our lives. Vertebral disc injuries are therefore extremely complex conditions which require an equally multi-dimensional response in order to rehabilitate successfully. 

Disc restoration therapy is more than spinal decompression

Our disc restoration therapy center treats every injury as unique and thus comes up with a completely individualized plan for recovery that gives you the greatest chance of success. Our goals begin with eliminating pain as effectively as possible- we use an advanced decompression table to stretch the spine and facilitate the healing process for many spinal disc injuries. 

spinal decompression

Herniated discs respond well to spinal disc restoration therapy 

Spinal decompression seeks to treat back pain by going beyond conservative chiropractic care without reaching the realm of invasive surgery. Herniated discs are a tailor-made injury for this type of care: the nature of the injury- a bulge that affects a nerve- calls for a treatment that stretches the spine and creates negative space so that the disc can effectively reabsorb the bulging material. 

Let's take a closer look at the anatomy of a herniated disc

Spinal discs are the cushions that accentuate your vertebrae. They are made of two layers:

  • The annulus fibrosus: the outer layer of the disc, made of layers of strong collagen fiber.
  • The nucleus pulposus: composed of loose fibers that allow for range of motion in the spine and shock absorption.