Spinal Surgery News – A physiotherapist’s perspective: The UK expansion of IDD Therapy spinal decompression

November 12 2020 – Spinal Surgery News publishes article by physiotherapists John Wood and Lewis Payne of Sheffield Physiotherapy examining the expansion of IDD Therapy.

The authors conclude:

In healthcare, change happens slowly, especially within physical therapy. Having used IDD Therapy for many years, both on its own and in combination with other modalities,

Sheffield Physiotherapists publish article about the expansion of IDD Therapy in the UK

Two physiotherapists from Sheffield have published an article about ID Therapy. John Wood and Lewis Payne of Sheffield Physiotherapy have been using IDD Therapy for almost ten years.

John says:

“When I first saw IDD Therapy I thought it was like traction, as many physios do. Traction, as we know, had faded out of clinical practice because at that time there were few trials that showed it to be effective.

IDD Therapy arrives in North Yorkshire at Cathedral Osteopaths

Located in the picturesque town of Ripon, Cathedral Osteopaths has emerged from lockdown with an enhanced spinal service incorporating IDD Therapy spinal decompression.

Led by Clinic Director Vanessa Robinson, Vanessa ordered her Accu SPINA machine just before the lockdown. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone and yet Vanessa knew that IDD Therapy needed to be part of her practice.