Many factors can affect your spinal health. When you have certain health conditions, an injury, or have poor posture, your back can become compressed, causing a great deal of pain. Decompression therapy can be a way to separate the discs and rehydrate and reshape the spine.
What is Spinal Decompression?
When discs between the vertebrae are damaged, it can pressure the spinal cord and nerves around it, causing pain. When the discs compress, the flow of blood and oxygen slows down in the spine.
Spinal decompression is a non-invasive method that can help the discs to heal and alleviate discomfort.
What Happens During Decompression?
The therapy helps separate the vertebrae and takes the pressure off the spine and nerves and reshapes the back. Also, it allows for increased blood and oxygen flow between the discs.
Research indicates that spinal decompression therapy is effective in relieving pain and disability due to herniated discs.
Spinal decompression treats:
How Do I Know if I Need Spinal Decompression?
Call and schedule for a free consultation. A chiropractor will do a comprehensive examination, including x-rays, to determine whether you will need spinal decompression treatments.
If you are experiencing neck or back pain, find a professional near you to help you get to the root of the problem and give you the proper treatment.
By Nevada Rehabilitation Centers
September 21, 2020