Walk-In Accident & Injury Clinic utilizes a breakthrough non-surgical and non-invasive technology known across the world as

Spinal Decompression Therapy

Utah Accident Injury Care Options

Lumbar Spinal Decompression Therapy

spinal-decompression-machine-rightSpinal Decompression was developed a specialized team of physicians and medical engineers, for the treatment of low back and sciatic pain. Clinically Spinal Decompression alone has shown to have an excellent success rate.

We specialize in herniated and bulging lumbar discs with or without complications, degenerative disc disease, relapse or failure following surgery with single or multiple levels of herniation, facet syndromes, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Learn More

Cervical Spinal Decompression Therapy

Chiropractic Structural CorrectionThe NEW Treatment for Chronic Neck Pain Cervical Spinal Decompression: In the past, a patient suffering from disc problems usually was given pain medications, instructed to refrain from physical activities, referred for physical therapy, and when they weren’t progressing they were sent for spinal surgery. Conservative chiropractic care proved very helpful in many cases, yet there have been some cases when surgery seemed to be the only other option until now. Learn More

Class IV K-Laser Therapy

K-Laser Therapy Healing At The Speed of LightK-Laser Therapy Healing At The Speed of Light: Laser Therapy, or “photobiomodulation”, is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to create therapeutic effects. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Laser Therapy has been widely utilized in Europe by physical therapists, nurses and doctors as far back as the 1970’s. Now, after FDA clearance in 2002, Laser Therapy is being used extensively in the United States. Learn More

Chiropractic Structural Correction

Low Back PainThe spine is designed to carry the body’s weight and distribute the loads encountered during rest and activity. When excess weight is carried, the spine is forced to assimilate the burden, which may lead to structural compromise and damage (e.g. injury, sciatica).

One region of the spine that is most vulnerable to the effects of obesity is the low back; the lumbar spine. Lack of exercise and bodily conditioning leads to poor flexibility and weak muscles in the back, pelvis, and thighs. This can increase the curve of the lower back causing the pelvis to tilt too far forward. Further, this is detrimental to proper posture and as posture weakens, other regions of the spine (neck) may become painful. Learn More

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