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Decompression Therapy Can Help

Decompression Therapy is effective in treating:

Nerve compression

Nerve Compression

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Spinal Stenosis

Neck Pain

Numbness & Tingling

Leg & Thigh Pain (Sciatica)


Slipped Disc

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Disc Bulge

Disc Herniation

Disc Degeneration

Disc Degeneration

Why should you choose Decompression Therapy


No Surgery


High Success Rate (Clinically Proven)


Rehydration Of Disc


Cheaper & Safer


Painless & comfortable


No Medication Required

Hear from the Doctors

Dr. William Tee

"Decompression Therapy (DT) standalone is a very effective treatment. However, coupled with chiropractic adjustments and supplementary exercises can enhance your recovery process and you get back your life."

Dr. Matt Kan

"I strongly recommend Decompression Therapy to complement your adjustments not only because it helps with recovery, but because it is a much safer alternative compared to surgical procedures followed by troublesome recovery processes and medications."

How Spinal Decompression Works

Decompression Therapy is a nonsurgical procedure intended to relieve pressure in the spine by gently stretching it to create a negative pressure in it. This stretch will allow herniated/bulging discs to retract and promote blood flow back to the discs to improve recovery.

Decompression Therapy has been known to be effective for conditions such as slipped discs, sciatica, disc degeneration and nerve compression.

Through the logarithmic stretch and release protocols of the decompression procedure, negative pressure is created in the disc over time. This vacuum effect draws any herniated disc material back into the disc.

By reversing the effects of axial load or compression in the spine, increased circulation occurs which aids in the healing process and leads to rehydration of the disc.

Real Life Testimonials

Case Study 1

18 year old male complained of neck pain, headaches, numbness and tingling in his arms and legs after motor vehicle accident.

Patient fully recovered from symptoms and achieved structural correction in his cervical spine.

Case study by Timothy Burkhart, DC.

Case Study 2

Patient suffered from a herniated disc and endured lower back pain.

Pain subsided significantly from an 8 out of 10 to 1-2 after 24 sessions of Decompression Therapy.

Post treatment films showed that herniated disc has retracted completely.

Patient able to return to work pain free and did not require surgery.

Case study by Timothy Burkhart, DC.

Case Study 3

Patient was Wheelchair bound due to pain radiating into her right leg caused by a herniated disc.

Pain subsided from a score of 9 to nearly 0 in about 10 sessions and she was able to walk and resume her usual lifestyle after 12 sessions. Patient made full recovery within 24 sessions.

Case study by Hani Azzouni, MD.

Case Study 4

Patient suffered from low back pain and sciatica which caused severe pain rendering her unable to stand or sit for more than 3 minutes and inhibited her range of motion.

Patient experienced reduction in pain after about 12 sessions and an MRI 6 months into treatment showed that the herniated disc had partial retraction.

Case study by Hani Azzouni, MD.

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Initial Spinal Diagnostic Examination & Consultation

List of clinics with Decompression Therapy

List of clinics with Decompression Therapy

Choose from 6 clinics islandwide

  • Bukit Timah Plaza
  • Hougang Mall
  • One Raffles Place
  • Parkway Parade
  • Thomson Plaza
  • United Square

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Regular chiropractic adjustments is where the chiropractor uses quick force to correct misalignments (subluxations).

Decompression Therapy is done by gently stretching the spine to allow bulging discs to retract and increase blood flow to discs.

Yes, it is suitable for everyone. However patients with the following conditions should seek doctor’s advice through consultation before undergoing Decompression Therapy:

a. Pregnant
b. Spinal Implants
c. Fractures
d. Tumours
e. Osteoporosis. 

Decompression Therapy is generally considered safe. The most common side effect reported by patients is soreness for the first two weeks as the body tries to accustom itself to the treatment. Patients with severe disc herniation may experience slight pain during the first two weeks of treatment until the disc retracts back.

Patients with the conditions listed in Question 2 should seek clearance from their doctor before proceeding with Decompression Therapy.

This varies amongst patients as patients have reported improvements to their symptoms as early as 10 sessions. This depends on various factors such as severity of symptoms, frequency of treatment and patients’ lifestyle.

Unlike regular adjustments, all Decompression Therapy sessions are standardised at 20 minutes unless prescribed differently by the doctor. Additionally, patients would undergo icing at the treatment area to prevent post-treatment soreness.

Yes, patients can bring previous diagnostics to show the doctor and no further diagnostics will be needed if the doctor deems sufficient.

  1. First consultation includes Spine check, Consultation and Full examination.
  2. The offer does not include X-ray fees and Adjustments.
  3. The offer is only applicable for new patients only.
  4. Valid in selected clinic locations in Singapore:
    • Bukit Timah Plaza
    • Hougang Mall
    • One Raffles Place
    • Parkway Parade
    • Thomson Plaza
    • United Square
  5. Redemption period of Consultation is from 16 August - 15 September 2022.
  6. Promo is non-transferable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable for cash in part or whole.
  7. Promo is not to be used in conjunction with other promotions or discounts
  8. Chiropractic First reserves the right to amend, remove or include any terms and conditions stated here without any prior notice.

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