SPINAL DECOMPRESSION

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Spinal Decompression

Between the vertebras of the spine there is delicate disc material, which helps to cushion your spine from the impact of daily activities such as walking, turning, sitting or lifting. Increases in pressure over time from having the wrong posture, or wear and tear from improper biomechanics, can cause the disc material to become damaged or diminish altogether. At ProBack Clinics, our most effective therapy for disc problems is our spinal decompression therapy.

 

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

Spinal decompression is one of the most successful non-surgical and non-invasive therapies that can target the disc problem in a safe and effective way.  The spinal decompression therapy table uses a very small amount of your body weight to gently stretch the spine. This might sound daunting but it allows for the reduction of pressure on the spine, letting hydration and vital nutrients back into the disc space, which is crucial to allow healing to take place. Our spinal decompression therapy tables are highly innovative. Their flexibility in settings mean each individual patient’s needs can be targeted effectively. Spinal disc injuries are notoriously difficult to heal because of the lack of blood supply to the area.

As disc problems are commonly found within the lower back (lumbar) or neck (cervical) regions, our spinal decompression table allows for the machine to be used on either area. Once you’re comfortably set up on the table, a gentle traction will be applied to the spine, the table will go through a rhythmic cycle to pump fluid and nutrients slowly back into the spinal disc space, helping to begin healing the cellular damage from previous injuries. The resulting easing of spinal pressure creates the right environment for continued healing, even after the treatment time has ended.

WHAT CAN SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY TREAT

Spinal decompression therapy can effectively treat a number of disc related conditions, including:

  1. Herniated or Bulging Discs
  2. Sciatica
  3. Pinched Nerves
  4. Degenerative Disc Disease
  5. Chronic neck or back pain
  6. Spinal Stenosis

Frequent Questions

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“I feel stronger and the pain is gone”

Georgina Atandare

16th March 2016

“My posture has changed for the better.”

Elena Cooper

14th April 2016

“I have free movement, less pain and less stiffness.”

Lawrence Wilson

19th May 2016

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