Knee Decompression | Spinal Decompression

Introducing Knee Decompression – Knee On Trac

What Does It Do?

The Knee on Trac system is a non-invasive knee pain therapy that offers a revolutionary solution for those that live with chronic knee pain. The Knee on Trac isolates the knee and offers safe and effective mechanical traction to decrease pain by:

  • Decreasing inflammation
  • Allowing Re-hydration
  • Increasing range of motion
  • Speeding up the Healing Process

How Does It Work?

Knee Decompression creates a vacuum within the knee joint that allows new fluid to be sucked into the joint. This new fluid pulls healing factors into the damaged joint allowing it to heal itself over time.

Why Do We Offer This Treatment?

Frequent knee pain affects approximately 25% of adults, limits function and mobility, and impairs quality of life (1, 2, 3, 4), with osteoarthritis as the most common cause of knee pain in people 50 years or older (5). Among those with knee osteoarthritis, knee pain is a major reason for knee replacements.

Many people end up getting multiple injections and eventually surgery for their knees. Knee decompression is a highly effective and alternative to drugs and surgery.

What does Knee Decompression treat?

▪ Sprain Strain
▪ Meniscal Tear Simple and Complex
▪ Lateral collateral tear
▪ Medial collateral tear
▪ ACL tear
▪ PCL tear
▪ Post Surgical Rehab
▪ Total Knee Replacement
▪ Bakers Cyst
▪ Synovial Production
▪ Cartilage Regeneration
▪ Neuromuscular Reeducation
▪ Therapeutic Exercise
▪ Large Diameter Afferent Stimulation
▪ Small Diameter Afferent Stimulation
▪ Type II Mechanorecepetor Stimulation
▪ Pain Management
▪ Pain Reduction
▪ Pain Elimination
▪ Multimodal Sensory Stimulation

Introducing Spinal Decompression

What Does It Do?

While you relax laying on your back or stomach, our state of the art decompression machine gently tractions your spine at your specific problem area. Gentle traction of the area allows fluid to rush into the disc rehydrating it much like a dried out sponge that soaks up water. The fluid provides lubrication and healing factors to enter into the disc effectively healing the areas that have been damaged.

Why Do We Offer This Treatment?

What does Spinal Decompression treat?

  • Disc injures
  • Sciatica
  • Pain, Numbness, tingling, weakness in the arms/hands or legs/feet
  • Facet syndrome
  • Stenosis
  • Neck pain
  • Low back pain
  • Failed surgery (symptoms even after surgery)
  • Arthritis

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    Apex, NC 27502

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    Raleigh, NC 27617