Excell Sports Chiropractic

1315 W 86th St Ste D

Tel: 317.661.3478

Fax: 317.825.1444

Office Hours:

Mon:  9am - 1pm, 3pm - 6pm

Tue:   1:00pm - 6pm

Wed:  9am - 1pm, 3pm - 6pm 

Thur: 10am - 2pm 

Fri:     9am - 1pm, 2pm - 5pm 


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The PROTEC FMT is a gravity based therapeutic system. This innovative new system takes a completely new approach to spinal decompression. The PROTEC system is ideal for the treatment of back pain and can be used in conjunction with hip joint/pelvic exercises, leg/hamstring exercises, Williams’s flexion and McKenzie’s extension exercises.

Why is FMT so much more accurate than horizontal forced traction/ decompression?

The formula for all horizontal table is based on the theory that half a person body weight occurs above and half below the beltline (iliac crest). In reality, this formula is seldom if ever accurate. Variables such as height, age, body morphology, bone density and tissue density renders the formula at best… A guess. As an example, muscle weighs more than fat… Therefore a fat person may appear bigger because of mass, but the muscular person weighs more because of density.

One-on-one patient interaction allows you to tailor your treatment specifically to your patient’s needs. PROTEC has been used to treat many conditions, some of which include:

  • Disc degeneration

  • Herniated and bulging discs

  • Sciatica 

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Manipulation of the lumbar spine

Treatments include, but are not limited to:

  • Mechanical traction therapy 

  • Therapeutical exercises 

  • Kinetic activity with one-on-one patient interface 

  • Myofascial release 

  • Neuromuscular reduction

Therapy protocol include:

  • Flexion/Extension mobilization 

  • Lumbar rotation 

  • Therapeutic stretching exercise 

  • Passive motion

PROTEC is a device that provides a safe, stress-free and comfortable treatment for patients. It is designed to allow a wide variety of mobilization therapy options, depending on the physician’s therapy preferences.