Spinal Decompression

Roseville Spinal Decompression houses the most advanced, state of the art computerized spinal decompression therapy in Northern California. Spinal decompression can help patients who suffer from disc degeneration, osteoarthritis, disc herniation or bulges, spinal stenosis, disc desiccation, sciatica, and spinal pain.

Our spinal decompression therapy provides a gentle and repetitive stretch-relax motion to a targeted disc level to rehabilitate intervertebral spinal discs. This gentle motioning of the spine will restore the body's natural nutrient influx to disc, hydrating diseased and decaying discs, and pull out waste products from the disc. This action will aim to relieve symptoms of arthritis, stenosis, and nerve impingement. We offer the most competitive and affordable rates in the region and work with all insurance companies that offer coverage for out of network specialists.

Neurological Testing

The most important system in your body is the nervous system. The nervous system is comprised of the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve roots, and peripheral nerves. The nervous system controls each and every function of the body at all times. From blood flow, bodily movement, and ultimately healing. Our office utilizes non-invasive thermographic diagnostic technology to access and test for proper, or improper, neurological function.

In our combined 30 years of experience, we have found that unresolved nervous system stress and dysfunction is one of the most severe contributing factors to the development of chronic disease of the body. Including but not limited to, migraines, auto-immune issues, disc degeneration, spinal decay, and disc herniation, or other spinal conditions that are found in qualifying candidates who seek out our spinal decompression therapy.

dot physicals

If your employment type requires a CDL License, you need a Medical Examiner’s Certificate. This includes: Truck drivers, ambulance drivers, EMTs, paramedics, heavy equipment operators, etc. The complete DOT physical will take about 30 minutes to complete. The fee for the exam is $80. This exam includes health history, blood pressure reading, auditory and visual alertness testing, urinalysis screening for sugars and proteins (not a drug test), and any other necessary physical exam components.

We use an FMCSA approved exam software to electronically process and submit your exam to the FMCSA, so need to pick up paper forms from the DMV prior to your exam. (You are responsible to submit a copy of your completed exam and medical certificate to the DMV to maintain your license). Click the button below to schedule on our online calendar. We strongly encourage a review of FAQ and information provided with the booking confirmation.