Like the hand inside a sock puppet, the spine supports the body’s every motion and keeps it from collapsing into a formless sack. Shape up with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
C$49 for a nonsurgical spinal decompression package (a C$325 total value)
- Exam and x-rays (a $100 value)
- Three nonsurgical spinal-decompression treatments (a $225 value)
C$20 for an orthotics package (a C$300 total value)
- Computerized gait analysis and examination (a $100 value)
- $200 toward custom foot orthotics
The Triton decompression-therapy system aids in alleviating back pain by slowly and comfortably stretching the spine in an effort to alleviate pain and numbness throughout the body and by restoring hydration and nutrients to discs. Spinal decompression can help to provide relief from herniated or degenerated discs, sciatica, spinal stenosis, failed back surgery, facet syndrome, or chronic lower back and neck pain.
Since back, muscle, and joint pain may also be caused by the way you walk, the clinic also offers computerized gait analysis to uncover incongruences in your gait that may be causing problems. Clients who choose the gait-analysis option also receive a $200 credit toward custom foot orthotics, which generally cost around $500.
Ottawa Spinal Decompression Center
Ottawa Spinal Decompression Center offers many more soothing treatments than its name suggests. Starting with its title offering, the Triton decompression-therapy system helps to correct misalignments in the back and alleviate pain by slowly stretching the spine. Likewise, clients who suffer from knee, joint, or muscles soreness may choose to undergo a computerized gait analysis to determine whether corrective foot orthotics can help. With shockwave therapy, the staff replicates myofascial release massage and acupuncture to help alleviate ailments such as tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. Restless minds also find relief, thanks to the soothing, churning waves of the Aquamassage system, a machine that massages bodies with pressurized water streams as the patient lies beneath waterproof material that keeps them totally dry.