Spinal decompression might sound a little scary, but it’s really just a chiropractic technique that can help you feel better! Engineers designed this innovative technique to help ease pain in the neck and back. If you’re suffering from herniated discs, bulging or degenerative discs, facet syndrome or sciatica, this might be the right treatment method for you. It could even help if you’ve had back surgery that failed.
To find out if spinal decompression can help you, call us today at (615) 794-0800 to schedule an evaluation.
Spinal decompression works by applying a traction force to ease pressure and pain caused by pinched nerves along your spine. This treatment method is often beneficial for people with lower back or sciatica pain.
During this cutting-edge therapy, you lie comfortably on the decompression table in a supported position while the high-tech DRX9000 machine does its work. While you might think the treatment would be uncomfortable, many clients actually fall asleep during it! In general, it will take about 20 minutes each time you undergo spinal decompression.
If you experienced ongoing back pain before spinal decompression existed, you most likely would have been given pain medication, sent to physical therapy and told to stay away from physical activity. Your pain would completely change your life. And then, if those treatments didn’t work, surgery would have been your only option. Even chiropractors, who were able to help many patients through adjustments and other methods, sometimes needed to send clients for surgery in the past. Some medical professionals might still recommend this course of action.
But now, spinal decompression has changed the field. Thanks to this technique, many people can avoid surgery and improve their quality of life. This treatment method has helped many people overcome their back pain and even engage in physical activities again.
Clinical studies have backed up the effectiveness of spinal decompression for easing pain caused by:
Simply call our office today at (615) 794-0800 to schedule an appointment. We will perform a consultation, including an exam and a review of your case history, to determine if spinal decompression is the right course of action for your particular situation. We will work with you and answer any questions you might have about spinal decompression or any other treatment plan we suggest for you.
If we decide spinal decompression is right for you, we can get you started right away. Call us today if you’d like to learn more about spinal decompression or to schedule an appointment.