IDD Therapy Spinal Decompression
Targeted treatment for herniated discs and sciatica without surgery or injections. Over 1,000 providers internationally.

IDD Therapy is the non-invasive spinal decompression treatment for people suffering with back pain and neck pain, which hasn't responded to standard manual therapy.

Developed in the late 1990s, IDD Therapy is best known as a treatment for disc-related conditions, in particular herniated discs ('slipped' discs) and sciatica.

There are now over 1,000 providers internationally and a network of clinics across the UK, including private hospitals, physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic clinics.

This short video gives you an overview of how treatment works and how IDD Therapy is helping thousands of back pain and neck pain sufferers get back to normal activities.

If you are suffering with back pain, neck pain or leg pain (sciatica) and are looking for treatments without surgery or injections, then use the form on this page to request more information and details of your nearest clinic.

For clinic owners wishing to expand their treatment offering with advanced spinal care, please click here.

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Craig Mortimer with Leicester Riders Players

The Ashleigh Clinic

Tel: 0116 270 7948

Leicester, Leicestershire

Broad Oaks Health Clinic

Tel: 0121 705 3509

Solihull, West Midlands

The Total Care Clinic Botley, Southampton

The Totalcare Clinic

Tel: 01489 788844

Botley, Hampshire



IDD Therapy was developed in part, to treat herniated discs and sciatica more effectively.

By addressing the failings of traditional traction and the limitations of what can be achieved with the hands alone, IDD enables clinicians to treat targeted spinal segments with a degree of control, precision and safety which has hitherto not been possible with manual therapy or traditional mechanical treatments.

If you are suffering with back pain and are seeking non-invasive treatment, read more ...