Spinal Decompression Therapy
Spinal decompression therapy is a non-invasive treatment option for patients who are experiencing various levels of back pain. There are many reasons why someone would be experiencing back pain, which can include having a degenerative disc disease. Other reasons include having a misaligned spine, bulging discs and/or herniated discs.
When the spine is not in proper alignment or the patient is experiencing disc problems, there are various levels of pressure in the specific area that can cause the patient pain.
What is spinal decompression therapy?
Spinal decompression therapy is a top treatment option for patients who are experiencing back-related discomfort and/or pain. When the spine is out of its alignment, there is going to be various degrees of pressure on the spine and its components. This pressure can lead to the patient experiencing pinched nerves and can even damage the discs. Spinal decompression therapy helps to put the spine and its components back into their proper alignment, giving the patient the pain relief they are seeking.
How spinal decompression therapy works
Spinal decompression therapy works by realigning all of the spinal components. As soon as the spine and all of its components are in their correct alignment the body will begin to heal itself naturally. Spinal decompression works by gently and slowly stretching out the spine with a goal of releasing any pressure existing. Once we manipulate the spine in order to release the pressure, any bulging or herniated discs can return to their original and correct position. Any pressure on the nerves or the spine is no longer a problem. This not only relieves any discomfort or pain, it also allows water and oxygen to move through these areas for full and natural healing.
While spinal decompression therapy is a top treatment option for patients suffering from back pain, some patients may not qualify for a spinal decompression treatment plan. This often includes people who are obese, are pregnant, are diagnosed with osteoporosis or another musculoskeletal condition, have advanced disc degeneration or are older.
Benefits of spinal decompression therapy treatment
There are many benefits of utilizing spinal decompression therapy in one's treatment, with the most important benefit being that it is a non-surgical solution for patients. By using proven spinal decompression therapy techniques, a health we are able to reduce/eliminate a patient's back pain while also helping to improve the patient's overall flexibility and mobility.
Since spinal decompression therapy is an alternative therapy choice that focuses on eliminating pain as well as strengthening muscles that can improve stamina, many patients can expect to be stronger after undergoing spinal decompression therapy.
Non-surgical back pain treatment
Many patients are searching for effective non-surgical back pain treatment options. Surgical treatment options for back pain are invasive and come with many risks, which is why many patients who are experiencing back pain are now looking for the best non-surgical back pain options.
Non-surgical neck pain treatment
Many patients are now looking for the best non-surgical neck pain treatment options. Surgical treatment options for neck pain are invasive and can come with many risks. Thus, patients experiencing neck pain are looking for non-surgical neck treatment pain options.
We also offer trauma chiropractor services that specialize in treating patients who suddenly experience some form of back and/or neck trauma. It is crucial to receive treatment for these injuries as soon as possible. While a trauma chiropractor may indeed be necessary in order to address back or neck injuries, it is important to visit an emergency room for a full medical evaluation first.
After the emergency room provides treatment for any life-threatening injuries, give us a call. We can provide the back and neck pain treatment to help you get back into a normal routine without pain. Being in a car accident and falling down are two of the more common reasons why someone may need to see a trauma chiropractor. However, any jarring or abrupt movements have the potential to cause back and/or neck injuries.
Spinal decompression therapy requires a health professional to adjust the spine back into its correct alignment in order for a patient to get the pain relief they need when suffering from back pain. While every patient is different and will receive a specialized treatment plan, a spinal adjustment is almost always a part of every chiropractic treatment plan.
A spinal adjustment involves us applying strategic, gentle pressure to the lower and/or upper parts of the back. The goal of the spinal adjustment is to manipulate the spine and its components back into their natural alignment, allowing the patient to be pain-free.
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