What is IDD Therapy® Treatment?

Intervertebral Differential Dynamics (IDD) Therapy is a precise, computer-controlled, advanced form of spinal decompression therapy used to open the disc space between targeted vertebrae to alleviate the pain caused by disc compression and degeneration. Compressed discs (also known as bulging, slipped, ruptured, prolapsed, or herniated discs) are the root cause of many issues that affect our bodies – not just the neck and back, but also arms, legs, and extremities.

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How IDD Therapy goes beyond other decompression therapy options

By utilizing dynamic energy applied at differentiating levels of the spine to administer gentle motion (mobilization) during treatment to relieve pressure, IDD Therapy® is a more effective bulging and herniated disc treatment, degenerative disc treatment, sciatica treatment – in short, a better treatment option for most causes of lower back pain.

IDD Therapy treatment is ONLY administered using the Accu-SPINA® system. Both IDD Therapy and the Accu-SPINA were developed and advanced by neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, PTs, and other healthcare professionals, for the non-surgical resolution of back and neck pain. After decades of use, and millions of treatments, we are proud to say that IDD Therapy has maintained an exemplary safety record and outstanding success rates.

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Our Unique Technology Rises Above Other Spinal Decompression Options

The Accu-SPINA® stands out from other spinal decompression options on the market due to the utilization of three separate waveforms delivered based on the parameters set by the treating clinician (sinusoidal, triangular, or square waveforms). Additionally, it produces a unique, patented, secondary waveform called oscillation, which is a key component elevating IDD Therapy® above other treatment options.

For example, one of the most common problems caused by disc issues is pain located at the bottom of the back, the Accu-SPINA’s delivery method allows for highly specific mobilization, or distraction, of the targeted spinal segment (in the case of the lower back, L4 or L5) to improve functional performance. Fully computer-directed, the treatment regimen can be duplicated or modified as needed for any spinal segment and can be adjusted over the course of the patient’s full rehabilitative treatment.

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