Back pain is a very common condition that can interfere with everyday life. Patients with chronic back pain can find it negatively impacting their life from physical symptoms, as well as mental health symptoms. Many patients attempt a more conservative treatment, such as physical therapy, medication, or steroid injections, but sometimes it’s not enough. Spinal decompression therapy is a type of therapy used to relieve back pain and/or leg pain and involves stretching the spine using a traction table or similar motorized device.
Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical procedure performed by stretching and relaxing the spine intermittently in a controlled manner. The process creates pressure within the disc and is thought to pull the herniated or bulging disc material back into the disc. The process can also promote the passage of healing nutrients into the disc and fosters a better healing environment.
During a spinal decompression session, therapy for the lower back is performed on a motorized table, the lower half of which can move. A harness is then placed around the hips and is attached to the lower table near the feet. The upper part of the table remains in a fixed position while the lower part of the table can slide back and forth to provide the traction and relaxation. The patient should only feel a stretch in their spine, and no pain after the spinal decompression therapy.
Some treatments are only available at specific locations. Please contact us to check availability and to scheduled a consultation.
Dear Valued Patient,
The purpose of this letter is to inform you that KureSmart Pain Management will officially become Clearway Pain Solutions effective April 1, 2020. This is the final phase in a merger of these two companies that has been under way since 2019.
The integration of KureSmart and Clearway creates even greater support for patients. The driving force for both organizations has always been based on the needs of the patients and it will remain so with the new name.
As we move forward with providing state-of-the-art pain management and interventional care, patients should not expect any changes to the care they receive from our staff. All processes and employees will remain the same; only the name on the door will change.
What to expect:
All communications and correspondence will utilize the “Clearway Pain Solutions” name and brand. This includes billing statements, patient portal notification, text messages and emails.
Signage at each property will be modified as part of the transition, and the appearance of some offices will be updated, as well.
Your Care Team will remain the same and continue to provide you with the same excellent care you’ve come to expect.