Is Spinal Decompression Right for You?
Are you considering Spinal Surgery or more Invasive Treatments for Your Back? Spinal Decompression can be an effective treatment option for people suffering from conditions such as one or more of the following:
- Bulging Discs
- Compressed Discs
- Herniated Discs
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Posterior Facet Syndrome
- Injured or Diseased Spinal Nerve Roots
Can Spinal Decompression Reduce Pain?
Pain from spinal injury, damage or degeneration can be debilitating and have profound effect on your quality of life. Spinal surgery can be very painful and usually requires extended recovery times. If you are suffering from back pain or have contemplated back surgery, please contact one of our back pain specialists for a free spinal decompression consultation.
What is Spinal Decompression?
Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical, non-injection, non-medication-based treatment option that slowly stretches the spine, allowing your body’s natural regenerative powers to heal the injured discs and tissues. The spinal decompression process usually requires regular therapy sessions over a period of time. However, once our patients successfully complete their therapy, they are often surprised at how much better you will feel after your spinal decompression treatments are completed.
How Does Spinal Decompression Work?
During your decompression appointment, you will remain fully clothed on a special spinal decompression table. One of our medical staff will help secure you to the decompression table in specific positions or at specific sections of the table depending on your spinal needs. A decompression table will have multiple sections that can be moved at specific intervals to relive pressure at critical areas.
Most spinal decompression treatments last anywhere from 30-45 minutes. Treatments are usually planned as a comprehensive spinal health treatment plan.
Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person due to lifestyle, healthy eating, body type and dedication to the program. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.