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Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression can naturally help improve herniated discs, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, nerve root impingement; resulting in radiating pain, numbness/tingling, weakness, or muscle atrophy. Combine spinal decompression with Chiropractic adjustments, posture tips, nutritional support, and at home rehab therapy and you have a great natural game plan. The Spinal Decompression table we have in the office can be used for both the cervical and lumbar spine. If you or someone you know is suffering; please call the office to see if spinal decompression could be the answer.


Spinal decompression helps to relieve pain by creating a scenario in which bulging or herniated disc tissue is able to move back into place and heal, alleviating the pain this condition causes. Spinal decompression therapy aims to help patients who suffer from debilitating pain due to bulging, degenerating, or herniated discs. It can also be used for the pain management and treatment of many causes of sciatica, injured or diseased spinal nerve roots, spinal stenosis, and worn spinal joints. The therapy itself works to stretch the spine, using a spinal decompression table, in order to create negative pressure and space within the disc to allow disc fluid to move back into place. This creates an environment in which the disc can receive more nutrients and therefore heal itself more quickly and effectively. The ultimate goal of spinal decompression therapy is to relieve the patient’s chronic back, arm, neck, and/or leg pain, and to heal the source of said pain. Spinal decompression is often used as a safe, affordable, and extremely effective alternative to spinal surgery. https://www.hilldtsolutions.com/spinal-decompression-table-info


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