There is a new up and coming method of non-surgical back pain relief. A treatment called IDD and boasts that up to 85% of people who suffer from back pain can obtain relief from this method. It is definitely something that chiropractors are finding extremely helpful for people. It is mostly used for people with acute and chronic back pain. IDD uses computer technology for non-surgical back pain relief. It uses a system called the Accu-SPINA system. This system is designed to reshape the spine. It is used best for people who have been diagnosed with herniated or bulging discs, sciatica, degenerative disc disease such as Ankylosing Spondylitis, and spinal stenosis. This system allows fluid, blood, and nutrients to reach the affected disc(s) or area. Each session lasts only about 30 minutes, but it typically does call for between 18 and 24 treatments over a recommended period of about 8 weeks. This non-surgical back pain relief actually allows for ligaments and tendons to re-tone and strengthen, thus offering pain reduction. It involves being strapped to a machine, and although it is not reimbursable through insurance providers and can be costly, the benefits are great and it is definitely less costly than having to get back surgery. IDD is considered a non-invasive therapy. It can actually reduce the size of a disc injury instead of just doing something that offers a pain cover up. The idea of actually reducing the problem or injury without surgery is a major attraction to this method of therapy.
Unlike some other methods for non-surgical back pain relief, IDD offers a few things that may ease people’s minds about using it. For instance, it is done by a professional and is a trusted therapy in the medical profession. This will give the peace of mind that some alternative methods do not offer. It also does not have side effects like some medications and herbal treatments. The positive results it has for people with chronic and acute back pain gives hope to those who are thinking that surgery is their only option. The trouble with IDD is that because it is a new non-surgical back pain relief method, it is not found in most chiropractic offices and can be difficult to find a service provider. The lack of accessibility can also increase the cost, especially if travel is involved to obtain the treatment. More about this treatment can be researched and service providers can be found using local directories or by calling chiropractic offices and finding out if this is a service they offer.