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Spinal Decompression Therapy is most effective for Disc Herniations, Disc Bulges, Disc Degeneration, Spinal Stenosis, Sciatica, and Degenerative Disc Disease. Pain is relieved by improving joint mobility and slowing any further degeneration to the spine.
We work to help patients be able to reduce their medication and stay away from surgery, letting their body heal itself naturally. We do this as gently as possible because we understand patients may come to us in excruciating pain. Spinal Decompression Therapy is also an effective way to treat patients who cannot tolerate traditional Chiropractic adjustments.
ABOUT SPINAL DECOMPRESSION
Freedom To Move
Spinal Decompression is a non-invasive manual therapy that allows the vertebra, disc, and joints of the spine the ability to “breathe” again. It does this by creating a negative pressure within the spinal canal, decreasing the stress on the discs and gradually allowing them to reabsorb nutrients, oxygen, and water, just like a sponge.
The stressors of our daily lives, gravity, and muscular tension are constantly squeezing our discs causing the sponge to release its contents. Overtime, the discs shrink, they get stiff, the spine can’t bend, and eventually the sponge loses its ability to pump nutrients to the bones of our spine. All of these processes lead to degeneration and decay within our spine, causing stiffness and pain.
What to Expect
Everything starts with you. We learn about your history, assess your issues, and use the specifics of your health to tailor care that’s right for you.
Make a Plan
Our warm and knowledgeable team distills the complexities of care into a treatment plan that is clear, accessible, and empowering.
We’ll help you find balance by relieving your symptoms, addressing root causes of pain, and giving you the tools you need to take charge of your health.
Disc Herniations (Lumbar, Cervical and Thoracic)
Degenerative Disc Disease
Low Back Pain
Pelvic & Hip Pain
Pregnancy-Related Back Strain, Stiffness, or Pain
Persistent Pain After Back Surgery
Work-Related Back Stress/Stiffness
Neck & Arm Pain
Patients Who Cannot Tolerate Chiropractic Adjustments
Radiculopathy (Back or Leg Pain)
Spondylolisthesis (Slippage of Vertebra)
Compression Defects or Disorders
Loss of Spine Curvature
Loss of Spinal Motion
Neurological Diseases (Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke)
Transitional Segments (Abnormal L5 Attachment to the Hip)
Synovial Cyst within Spine
Coccydynia (Pain in the Coccyx)
Mechanical Back Pain (Ankylosing Spondylitis or Collagen Vascularizing Diseases)
DISH - Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis
Klippel Feil Syndrome