IDD Therapy is a new innovative technology that doesn’t require direct surgery methods. Controlled by a computerized machine, the IDD retrieves a specific section of the spine that needs care.
The IDD decompresses parts of the spine to get it back to normal functioning. Discs in the spine are healed from this treatment due to the stimulation of cartilage.
The Accu-Spina system lets decompression happen when a patient is on their back and is receiving contact with heat and oscillation. Tissue from the muscles must relax in order for proper decompression of the spine to occur. Pressure is taken off of the discs and they are converted back to their normal state.
What does IDD Therapy help with? IDD Therapy is beneficial to those with:
- acute or chronic back and neck pain
- spinal arthritis
- failed surgical procedures
- spinal stenosis
- degenerative disc and joint disease
- herniated or bulging discs
- posterior facet syndrome
- What does IDD mean?
- IDD stands for Intervertebral Differential Dynamics, administered by a computer guided, innovative technology used to mobilize spinal structure.
- What are the side effects?
- There have not been any harsh side effects reported when undergoing IDD therapy.
- Does the treatment require the use of drugs?
- Drug therapy isn’t needed for IDD therapy, but some clinicians advise patients to use nutriceuticals for reduction of swelling/inflammation.
- Is IDD therapy very successful?
- IDD Therapy treatment has achieved considerable rates with over thousands of patients successfully treated.
- Does therapy rehab require the use of injections or surgical procedures?
- There are no injections or need for surgery when using the IDD method.