Decompression therapy is a form of treatment that removes pressure out of the spinal segments. A common condition treated with spinal decompression is a herniated disc. When a herniation occurs in one of the spinal discs, a compression tear has occurred.
Spinal decompression allows normal spacing to be returned to your spine. It works by stretching out your spine to relieve tensions that are causing issues. Once there is adequate spacing between your discs again, the correct nutrients are able to return and heal your spine.
This is a non-surgical form of therapy that can cause a high level of relief if conducted correctly. It can help reduce inflammation of your vertebrae, reduce tension or compression in your spine and spinal muscles, and more.
Our doctors will begin by assessing your case and seeing if this is the best form of care for you.
Heat therapy and vibration therapy are often used with spinal decompression. This allows your body to restore nutrients and energy to the specific parts of your spine that will be targeted. The decompression therapy will then start by putting you on either a decompression chair or table and gently stretching you out just enough to provide a little bit of spacing in your compressed spine so that you can feel some relief.
Our equipment does not have any uncomfortable belts or restraints. We have had quite a bit of experience with decompression therapy and have received incredible results that have helped our patients heal in ways we may not have otherwise seen.
Our patients have described spinal decompression treatments as comfortable, relaxing, and relieving.
This therapy, along with chiropractic care can be an incredible way to help your body heal from whatever condition you may be suffering from.
Whether your issue originally occurred previously or if this is a new issue, we will work with you to develop a specific care plan to encourage health and healing.
Some common symptoms that we can help with include neck pain, radiculopathy, herniated discs, degenerative discs, numbness and tingling, low back pain, sciatica, facet syndrome, and spinal stenosis.
At our clinic we approach each case individually, working to figure out the exact cause of your condition. Then we will form recommendations that will help you get better and stay better.
Every individual is unique and your condition should be treated as unique. We want to help you heal and have successfully worked with many patients and look forward to helping you with your case.
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