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Posted on 05-01-2012

spinal decompression for back pain management.jpgIf you are experiencing chronic back pain from a spinal injury, pinched nerve, herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, sciatica or poor posture, then spinal decompression may be your answer to non-surgical pain relief. Our chiropractor will use spinal decompression treatments to alleviate and eliminate your back pain.

Where Back Pain Begins

Spinal decompression therapy can successfully correct alignment in your spinal column while reducing pressure on the vertebrae and nerves to relieve pain and promote healing. Spinal injuries are generally treated with chiropractic techniques. Herniated or bulging discs and sciatica are some of the most common conditions treated with decompression therapy.

When treating a bulging disc the decompression takes the pressure off of damaged, compressed vertebrae to relieve pressure on the nerves in the spine. Once the pressure is relieved the herniated disc can shrink and slide back into place.

Degenerative disc disease is another ailment that can be treated with decompression methods. When discs in your back become smaller and weaker they tend to move closer together which causes compression on the nerves in your back. Decompression eliminates that pressure to relieve pain.

Faucet joint syndrome, a condition that causes pain due to arthritic changes in your vertebrae bone is another condition where you can get pain relief through decompression therapy. The decompression helps create more space in your vertebrae which in turn reduces back pain caused by joint faucet syndrome.

Poor posture can be corrected with spinal decompression treatments. A series of decompression treatments will realign your vertebrae and restore mobility and normal range of motion. The decompression is done on a mechanical table that is operated from a computer console. Our chiropractor will design an individualized decompression treatment plan that is made specifically to treat your symptoms and/or injuries.

Visit our chiropractic clinic today for a full consultation and get the pain relief you deserve without the use of harmful drugs or surgical procedures.

What therapies have helped your chronic back pain?

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