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Spinal decompression therapy is a conservative non-surgical therapy that helps those suffering from herniated discs, pinched nerves, spinal stenosis and more. If you’re ready to have a one-to-one free consultation click here to easily schedule an appointment online.
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What is Spinal Decompression Therapy
Spinal Decompression Therapy involves stretching the spine, using a traction table or similar motorized device, with the goal of relieving back pain and/or leg pain.
This procedure is called nonsurgical decompression therapy (as opposed to surgical spinal decompression, such as laminectomy and microdiscectomy).
This article provides an overview of nonsurgical spinal decompression therapy and its role in treatment of lower back pain and neck pain.
Spinal Decompression Research and Science
Spinal decompression devices use the same basic principle of spinal traction that has been offered by chiropractors, osteopaths, and other appropriately trained health professionals for many years.
Both traction and decompression therapy are applied with the goals of relieving pain and promoting an optimal healing environment for bulging, degenerating, or herniated discs.
Spinal decompression is a better type of traction therapy applied to the spine in an attempt to bring about several benefits including:
- Create a negative intradiscal pressure to promote retraction or repositioning of the herniated or bulging disc material.
- Create a lower pressure in the disc that will cause an influx of healing nutrients and other substances into the disc.
- Elongate muscles, fascia and reduce the forces of gravity.
- Reduce pain and inflammation by improving circulation.