The Cox® Table for Chiropractic Disc Decompression or CDD.
THE CDD TABLE USES DECOMPRESSION (GENTLE TRACTION) WITH FLEXION AS THE PATIENT'S LOWER BODY IS STRETCHED AND LOWERED REPETITIVELY.
Weapply Chiropractic Disc Decompression on the premier chiropractic decompression instrument, The Cox® Table. This special table makes decompression an integral part of the chiropractic adjustment; delivered to the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, lumbosacral or sacro-iliac spine joints. Hands on care is an integral part of chiropractic. The Cox® Table naturally allows the doctor's hands to feel the exact tissue tension, as well as sense the patient's response to decompression treatment. This hands on approach allows the chiropractor to respond immediately to the patients needs. This is in stark contrast to other decompression machines, where the doctor straps the patient in… and walks away. The specific forces and motions create a negative pressure in the patient's lumbar disc which draws the gelatinous material back into the disc. TRANSLATION: it pulls some of the bulged or herniated matter back into the disc, taking pressure off the nerve.
WHAT TYPES OF CONDITIONS CAN BE TREATED WITH CDD? The primary use for disc decompression is for low back pain with pain into the legs. It can be used for a variety of other low back problems ranging from a loss of motion at the joint level, to jamming of the joints together. Chiropractic Disc Decompression can also work for neck and mid back problems.