I had very debilitating back pain making it almost impossible to get in and out of a chair or walk or do normal activities around the house- it was horrible. It got really, really bad during the last 4 or 5 years but I’ve had it a good 30 years. I’ve had chiropractic. I’ve seen many orthopedist surgeons who wanted to do surgery which I would not subject myself to. I did have some shots in the spinal area- three different series- until my legs went numb and I couldn’t get off the table and I thought I was going be crippled by that. So I never want back to that again. This decompression treatment has been absolutely awesome. The MRI showed 4 herniated discs. The treatment’s been absolutely, positively the best relief I’ve ever gotten. It’s practically all gone. No more pain once in a while I get a little catch but nothing that’s going to keep me from doing what I want to do. It’s wonderful. It’s nice to have your life back after all that time. I was not skeptical of the treatment because I knew it was the last option left to me. It was either being crippled, and not being able to do what I wanted to, in the kind of pain I was in or surgery, which I was not going to do. My back reacted immediately. I had almost immediate relief from it. It was wonderful. There was no question. After the first treatment I knew it was working. Before treatment I had extreme pain down my legs. It was part of the reason I couldn’t walk- it was horrible. I certainly would recommend the treatment to others. It’s so wonderful to be able to get relief from something like this without surgery and invasive procedures. Before treatment the pain was a 15 out of 10. After treatment I’m down to a 1-2 once in a while- most of the time it’s a zero. After the first treatment I knew it was working. Before treatment I had extreme pain down my legs. It was part of the reason I couldn’t walk- it was horrible. I certainly would recommend the treatment to others. It’s so wonderful to be able to get relief from something like this without surgery and invasive procedures. Before treatment the pain was a 15 out of 10. After treatment I’m down to a 1-2 once in a while- most of the time it’s a zero. It’s wonderful. It’s impossible to describe it. It really is.
550 Peachtree St NEAtlanta, GA 30308
I am a patient of Dr. Rollins and Dr. Rachel and I couldn't be happier. Their care and attention to detail coupled with their willingness to listen…
I had an acute lumbar strain and then, later, an MRI scan which showed a herniated disc contacting the right nerve root. It was a sharp, shooting pain on the right side, just constantly, constantly down my right leg to my foot. It was constant, day in and day out. It started September of 2006- more than a year ago. I had physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medicines and saw a chiropractor and then I had 3 epidural injections. The epidurals helped very minimally and very short-lived. I have a high pain tolerance. It was an annoying, stabbing, pesky pain down my right leg. I was so used to it; I had modified the way I did all my activities. Honestly, at first I was skeptical of the decompression treatment because I had done all the other treatment options that I was aware of. I went online and had read some of the testimonials. I figured I had nothing to lose as long as it couldn't hurt me. I think after the first five treatments I noticed a slight bit of improvement but it was still annoying. It wasn't until I had a good 20 treatments under my belt that I noticed real improvement. I kind of plateaued at about 15 to 20 treatments. Now the pain is a 0 in my low back and an occasional 0.05 in my right leg. Now, after 28 treatments, I am upwards of 95% better but I haven't yet started to do all my normal activities, so I'm still being careful
I was having extreme lower back pain. It was a greater severity than I had ever had before. It went down the left leg and the pain was a 9.5 out of 10. I was using crutches. I was so desperate for help I wasn’t skeptical. Before treatment I couldn’t even sleep. I was sleeping humped over an ottoman chair just to try to take pressure off my lower back. I couldn’t even sleep in my bed. I couldn’t even walk. I was crawling around my house. I got immediate relief on the spinal decompression table while I was being decompressed. As soon as the decompression started, while I was on the table, there was no pain in my lower back. Since the treatment finished a year ago I’ve been great. I’ve been careful to use good body mechanics. I’m a musician so I lift amplifiers and speakers. I lift with my legs and not my back but it’s been a year now since I had the treatment and my back is doing great. I believe in the treatment so much that I just returned today for the first time to do a booster. I want to be proactive and prevent going back to that herniation. I’m trying to be proactive instead of reactive. I can do anything now. I can lift, push, jump, lifecycle. I’m very happy.