More than half of all Americans suffer from back or neck pain that keeps them from the activities they love. Although back pain is common, it doesn’t have to be a regular part of your life. Spinal decompression therapy gently stretches the spinal cord, reducing tension and relieving back pain.
Let us help you return to a pain-free, active lifestyle. Learn more about this remarkable treatment, and schedule an appointment with us today!
What Is Spinal Decompression?
Spinal decompression is an effective back pain treatment that doesn’t involve medication or surgery. It’s proven to be effective at treating a wide array of chronic pain issues in the back, neck, and legs. This is an FDA cleared technology that works by gently lengthening and decompressing your spine. With the pressure reversal, your discs can realign and take pressure off nerves that commonly cause pain.
- Chronic back injuries
- Pinched nerve pain
- Post-surgical pain
- Lower back pain
- Sciatica (leg pain)
- Neck pain
- Herniated disc
- Bulging disc
- Degenerated disc
Numerous studies have proven the effectiveness of this treatment. One study by Dr. John Leslie from the Mayo Clinic found that spinal decompression therapy reduced the pain scores of participants by 88.9% over a six week period.1
With years of research confirming its ability to reduce back and neck pain, this is a reliable treatment that’s gaining popularity in hospitals and clinics throughout the U.S.
Relieve Back Tension
For many Americans, hours of sitting at work is the most common cause of back pain. Most people will slouch, putting additional tension on their lower back and potentially leading to further back problems.
Spinal decompression is proven to reduce back pain by relieving tension on each part of your spine. This may be the solution you’re looking for if you feel back tension from the rigors of sitting for hours each day.
Who Shouldn’t Get This Treatment?
Certain conditions may disqualify patients from this form of therapy, at least temporarily. Only by scheduling a consultation with our doctors will you know for sure if this treatment is right for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Some conditions that are likely to disqualify you include:
- Recent injury to lumbar spine
- Screws or other hardware in the spine
- Infections in your vertebrae or disc space