What is Spinal Decompression? It is a unique method of treating problems in the low back and neck, referred to as the lumbar and cervical sections of the spine. In either area, wear and tear, aging or injury can result in damage to the tough, flexible discs that cushion the vertebrae that make up your spine.
When these discs become compressed or injured, they may bulge outside their normal limits. This bulge presses on nerves passing from your spinal cord to arms, legs and other parts of your body. The result for you is pain that affects your mood, strength and ability to move normally.
While surgery is a possible solution, surgery is an invasive process that comes with significant risks, including the possibility of failure. We offer Spinal Decompression treatment as a drug-free, surgery-free alternative.
When treating patients with low back or neck pain, we always recommend starting with the least invasive alternative first. A high percentage of our patients find that Spinal Decompression offers them the permanent solution they were looking for.
How Does Spinal Decompression Work?
This treatment utilizes a special table on which our patient relaxes. The table alternately stretches and releases one section of the spine at a time, focusing on either the lumbar or cervical sections.
With each stretch, pressure on injured discs is relieved and healing fluids can flood into the area. For 1 minute, this stretching & releasing continues. The number of treatments needed depends on the severity of the patient’s problem.
The result is that injured discs can heal and their shapes can normalize. Your vertebrae once again have the support they need and pressure on nerves is relieved. You can finally see the end of pain and weakness resulting from disc problems.
What Problems Can Spinal Decompression Help with?
Do you suffer from any of these problems? If you do, Spinal Decompression can help relieve your pain and help you feel younger again.
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Herniated disc
- Bulging disc
- Degenerative disc
- Slipped disc
- Ruptured disc
- Disc protrusion
- Posterior facet syndrome
- Pinched nerves
Spinal Decompression has a success rate in excess of 70% for many of these conditions. You don’t need to continue to suffer! Please call us to ask about a free consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for the benefits of Spinal Decompression treatment.