Napawan Punyaniyama,PhD, RN Gil Case,PhD, MBA
SPINAL DECOMPRESSION is a term that describes the relief of pressure on one or many pinched nerves (neural impingement) of the spinal column (Ref 1).
Spinal decompression can be achieved both surgically and non-surgically and is used to treat conditions that result in chronic back_pain such as disc bulge, disc herniation, sciatica, spinal stenosis, and isthmic and degenerative spondylolisthesis. Non-surgical spinal decompression is achieved through the use of a device to spread the vertebrae and discs apart to significantly reduce intradiscal pressure. At AMHC we have a permanent low-cost, high_tech cure for most spinal problems. All-to-often, back surgery is performed unnecessarily. An MRI is required to cross-check possible complications. More than 75% of all patients with spine problems are good candidates for non-surgical spinal decompression. A typical back surgery will cost an insurance_company more than $50,000. At AMHC, we use low-cost, cutting edge techniques that are highly effective alternative to surgery, chiropractic and traditional physical therapy. Our process hydrates the affected disk and aids in nursing it back to a healthy state. The surrounding muscles undergo neuromusclular re-education and help take pressure off of the disk and nerves during a rather rapid healing process.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is indicated for: herniated or bulging discs, degenerative_disc _disease, posterior facet syndrome, sciatica, central stenosis and in general most neck, middle and/or lower_back_pain. It is contraindicated for: diffuse osteoporases, congenital spinal abnormalities, spondylolysis, spondylosithesis, fractures, patients who are pregnant and patients who weigh more than 425 pounds.
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Stem Cells from National Institute of Health
you have heart_disease, congestive heart failure or cardiomyopathy, you would well-advised to visit the following website: https://www.texasheart.org/research/ The European Society of Cardiology reports that "Stem Cells Heal Hearts!". In fact, they report that the largest long-term stem cell study in cardiology history shows huge increase in quality of life for stem cell patients vs. serious deterioration for standard cardiology patients. And unfortunately, heart patients, limited to only standard cardiology, die at five times the rate of stem cell patients.
We recognize the immense technology available through Photo Medical Lasers. Just for a starter, lasers have both medical & commercial purposes. There are FIVE main classes of lasers:
Class IIIB 5-500mW..Medical.use1970s
Class IIIB laser equipment is used for
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) and is one of the groups of Clinical Lasers used at Advanced Medical_Health Clinic. See the SERVICES section for details.
Below 4.5W power range, there are some significant medical applications of the Class IIIb and Class IV Laser, such as: using as it a Light cure in Dentistry, LASIK/LASEK for the Eyes & Laser Assisted Surgery, At AMHC, we use very safe low end Class IV lasers, power 1.0 W to 1.3 W, 2" coverage.
AMHC has a sister company, called Advanced Medical Instruments (AMI), est. 2012, that teaches the science of healing lasers to certify a new practitioner. Starting in 2021, AMI will market PBM units at fair pricing.
Also see, Photomed Laser Surg. 2008 Jun;26(3):241-5. Low-level_laser therapy improves vision in patients with age-related WET or DRY macular degeneration. Ivandic BT, Ivandic T. Source University of Heidelberg, Otto-Meyerhof Centre, Heidelberg.
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