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Available Services at Bellevue Chiropractic :


  • Chiropractic care
  • Spinal Decompression
  • Massage Therapy- relaxation and treatment massage
  • Digital x-ray and video fluoroscopy
  • FirstLine Therapy
  • Golf injury prevention and treatment
  • Rehabilitative exercise
  • Treatment for motor vehicle injuries, L&I injuries, wellness/preventative care, acute injuries and various other health goals and conditions


About Spinal Decompression:

Spinal decompression is an FDA approved, gentle, non-surgical treatment which involves the application od distraction forces to spinal structures ina graduated manner to create a negative pressure in the intervertebral discs. The treatment is gentle and painless, and often patients fall asleep during the treatment. Spinal decompression is designed to relieve pain from pressure onthe spinal discs and spinal nerves, both in the lumbar area (lower back) and cervical area (neck). Many times people will begin to feel relief after the first treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions about Spinal Decompression:

Q: What kind of conditions does the Spinal Decompression program treat?
A: Spinal decompression treats pain from disc problems such as: bulging discs, herniated discs, ruptured and protruding discs of the lumbar spine or cervical spine, degenerated discs, joint facet syndrome (weight bearing problems), sciatic nerve pain (or other pinched nerves), sprains and strains, whiplash syndrome, mild spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal) and other spinal conditions.

Q: What are my chances of success?
A: Clinical research studies demonstrate an 86% chance of success for patients suffering from herniated intervertebral discs, with over 90% success reported in cases of sciatic nerve pain, spinal canal stenosis, spinal deterioration and arthritis.

Q: What is the cost for the decompression therapy?
A: The cost is reasonable and we provide everyone the opportunity to receive decompression treatment by offering flexible payment plans. After your consultation and examination, the doctor will determine if you are a candidate for spinal decompression treatment, and fully explain to you how much it will cost before any charges are posted. If it is felt that you are not a candidate for care, the doctor will let you know.

Q: Does insurance cover the cost?
A: Different types of insurance cover different costs associated with the treatment. We are happy to verify your individual benefits when you come into our office and give you an idea of what you will need to pay out of pocket before any services are performed.

Are you a good candidate for chiropractic care? Find out!

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