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Spinal Decompression

How do you treat back pain and spinal cord disc injuries?

There are three ways:

1. Non-Surgical Decompression

2. Addictive Pain Medications like Opioids

3. Epidural Injections to block the nerves

The choice seems obvious.

 

Spinal Decompression is a multi-disciplined approach that includes pain management methods, chiropractic care and physical therapy. With this course of holistic therapy, our team can correct pain from injured discs, back and neck injuries and more.

Using a state of the art traction table, spinal decompression therapy helps to relieve back, neck and leg pain. Under the watchful eye of our professional staff, it reduces the pressure placed on the discs and uses gentle suction on the tissues around the herniated or injured disc.

 

The suction that is created during decompression can improve the spaces between the vertebra, rehydrate the discs and relieve and minimize pressure on the nerves in the spinal column, which are typically the source of the patient’s pain. This technique helps the disc go back into place, reduces inflammation and removes pressure on pinched nerves. 

 

Decompression therapy can also slow down or stop the damage caused by osteoarthritis.

Spinal decompression manages osteoarthritis pain by gently stretching the spine to relieve stiffness. 

Degenerative conditions, which include spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease, also respond to spinal decompression. Decompression brings fresh fluid, oxygen, and water into the spine to nourish the spine. 

If you suffer daily from the following

  • Bulging or Herniated Discs

  • Posterior Facet Syndrome

  • Sciatica

  • Degenerative Disc Disease, including Spinal Stenosis

  • Failed Back Surgeries

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Spinal decompression may be the answer you've been searching for.