Spinal decompression therapy aims to rehabilitate your discs, helping reduce muscle spasms and decrease pain. It is also effective at treating a wide range of neck and back and problems.
How Spinal Decompression Therapy Works
Most commonly, spinal decompression is seen as a treatment for disc problems, however, it uses state of the art technology to apply a distractive force to all of the spinal tissues, including the muscles, ligaments, and spinal joints as well. Spinal decompression is designed to speed the healing of disc problems and nerve root irritation, reduce muscle spasms, improve joint mobility, and reduce pain and other symptoms. The spinal decompression tables are programmed by your chiropractor to deliver the best possible treatment for your condition.
Healing Discs Faster
Spinal Decompression is effective at resolving disc issues, decreasing inflammation, and increasing joint mobility, as well as reducing chronic pain. When used in combination with chiropractic adjustments and proper exercise and nutrition, many back pain sufferers, including those who are long-term chronic or pre/post-surgical cases, are able to resume activity faster than by therapy alone. Learn more about spinal decompression and get answers to common questions.