Posts for tag: spinal decompression
Practice member Cory describes how Chiropractic care along with Spinal Decompression therapy has given him his life back. Prior to treatment at our office, his pain was so severe that he could not even dress himself without help from his wife. He describes how pleased he is, now that he can finally resume activities with his sons.
Nonsurgical spinal decompression therapy is a revolutionary, life changing technology used primarily to treat disc injuries in the neck and lower back. Clinic research has also shown spinal decompression therapy to be effective in treating facet syndromes, radiating arm pain, leg pain, degenerative disc disease and more. This effective treatment option consists of decreasing pressure within the spinal discs through distracting and positioning the vertebra to create negative intra-discal pressure, In other words, it creates a vacuum inside the discs that are being targeted in treatment in order to alleviate pressure.
In nonsurgical spinal decompression, the vertebrae are gently separated while the patient lies comfortably on the decompression table. In addition to decreasing the intra-discal pressure, it may also induce the retraction of the herniated or bulging disc to the inside of the disc, which then can take pressure off the nearby nerve root, thecal sac, or both.
There are numerous benefits of spinal decompression which is why this treatment has grown in demand. The cycles of decompression and partial relaxation that occur microscopically in this treatment can cause results that are quite dramatic. Over a series of visits to the clinic, the torn and degenerated disc fibers under consideration will begin to heal as water, oxygen, and nutrient-rich fluids outside the discs are diffused within.
To find out more about the benefits of nonsurgical spinal decompression, contact Back to Health Chiropractic, 207-324-7098, www.bthconline.com. Due to the tremendous results they have seen with numerous patients, they are pleased to report that they have added a second decompression unit to their new state of the art facility.