Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
Non-surgical decompression is a therapeutic technique used to treat certain spinal conditions, particularly those related to disc problems. The goal of non-surgical decompression is to relieve pressure on spinal discs, reduce pain, and promote healing without resorting to surgery.
Conditions It Can Help
Here are some of the main conditions that decompression can address:
- Bulging or herniated disc
- Degenerated disc
- Severe arthritis
- Weakness or numbness of arms/legs
- Muscle Spasms
- Tingling sensation of arms/legs
How It Works
The procedure involves the use of a specialized table that gently stretches and decompresses the spine. During a non-surgical decompression session, the patient is secured to the table, and the equipment applies controlled traction to the spine. This mechanical force aims to create a negative pressure within the spinal discs, which may help retract herniated or bulging discs, reduce pressure on nerves, and improve blood flow to the affected area, promoting the body’s natural healing process.