Ways to Healing of Chronic Back Aches

spinal-decompresion

Spinal decompression is for the patients suffering from degenerated or the herniated spinal discs. Spinal decompression is the leading form of spinal traction used in the treatment of back pain related to disc and other associated conditions.

Without doing any surgery, the manual therapy traction is applied to spinal vertebral joints to relieve chronic backache, sciatica and several other musculoskeletal disorders involving the spinal cord is known as spinal decompression.

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Spinal decompression is the leading form of spinal traction used in the treatment of back pain related to disc and other associated conditions.

In simple words this is a technique of spinal disc rehabilitation used by chiropractors. This technique accumulates by stretching the spine and relieving the pressure on the spinal discs.

The primary goal of non-surgical or surgical spinal decompression therapy is to stretch the spinal vertebral joints without causing the contraction of spinal muscles.

Non-surgical spinal decompression is indicated for the persons who are experiencing chronic debilitating symptoms because of degenerative disease of vertebral discs leading to spinal stenosis, characterized by persistent and chronic lower back pain that affects physical independence, progressive degenerative joint disease marked by appearance of complications like bladder indulgence, bowel lewdness,numbness, paresthesia, or sciatica, spinal disc herniation that affect the functioning of nerves, bony outgrowth due to constant rub or friction, posterior facet syndrome or radiculopathy (damage to spinal nerve roots).

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What Is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

 

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a extremely successful, non-surgical treatment that alleviate pressure on the spinal nerves caused by ‘Bulging’, Herniated, Degenerative or Ruptured Discs– primary causes of neck & low back pain. Spinal Decompression Therapy is also suggested for chronic and acute neck or low back pain for patients who have had little success with other moderate treatments. No one can assured a 100% success rate, however most patients experience good to wonderful outcomes. Several studies have proven an overall improvement in the relief of symptoms.

The chances of success for this treatment are dependent on many different  factors including age, past history and current physical condition.

A thorough consultation with the doctor and a review of any medical documents, x-rays, MRI films or CAT Scan reports relating to your condition will take place on your starting consultation.

If this type of therapy is resolved to be suitable for your condition, we can discuss scheduling treatment sessions, costs and time involved. They will tell you about the exercises that you will be required to do at home, designed to help you regain control of your spinal problem & strengthen your muscles to prevent further disability.

 

Decompression Therapy is Effective for:

  • Sciatica
  • Herniated Disc
  • Degenerative/Rupture Disc
  • Chronic/acute Neck Pain
  • Chronic/acute Low Back Pain
  • Bulging Disc
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What Are the Benefits of Spinal Decompression?

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a  non-surgical treatment that relieves pressure on the spinal nerves caused by ‘Bulging’ that further cause neck & low back pain. Decompression of spinal is a component in treating spinal myelopathy and radiculopathy. This therapy is beneficial for those patients who suffer from chronic and acute neck or low back pain. Decompression can be performed as microdecompression or open decompression. After decompression surgery, pain may be worse because operated around the spinal nerves that cause increased inflammation in that area and need time to heal. There are many exercises that the therapist assigned to the patients which you will do at home and help you to regain control of the spinal problem and strengthen your muscles. Decompression therapy is beneficial for many problems like Bulging Disc, Sciatica, Herniated Disc, Chronic/acute Neck, and low back Pain.

Benefits of Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression

1)Benefits To The Entire Body – Spinal decompression  helps in alleviating pressure on the nerves,  and it can affect how the entire body moves and functions.

2)Safe for Every Age – Spinal decompression is safe in every age.

3)Painless – It helps in relieving back pain because it is just stretching your muscles to relax,and  you should never feel uncomfortable pains.

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What Is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

Neck pain and back pain is the main symptom of spinal compression. It occurs naturally as a result of degenerative changes combined with years of strain related to repetitive motion and supporting the weight of the upper body. Spinal decompression therapy helps the person to recover from the spinal compression pain. Spinal decompression therapy means that the pressure placed on the vertebrae, discs, and joints of the spine is relieved. This therapy helps to allow the spine to return to normal alignment and potentially relieve pressure on surrounding nerve roots. Spinal decompression can be achieved through the wide range of surgical therapies depending on the severity of your condition. Before having the spinal decompression therapy you should consult your physician to diagnose the spine condition that has resulted from your spinal compression.

Spinal decompression

Spinal decompression is a type of traction therapy applied to the spine in an attempt to bring about several theoretical benefits:

1)It creates a negative intradiscal pressure to promote retraction or to reposition the herniated.

2)It creates a lower pressure in the disc that will cause an influx of healing nutrients and other substances into the disc.

3)Noninvasive solution to pain

4)Safe alternative to pain relievers

To know more about spinal decompression you can consult Dr. Amit  Sharda at SpineWise.

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Types of spinal decompression therapy

Spinal decompression surgery is the best surgery to relieve pain caused by pressure, or compression, on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots. This service recover collapsed disks, thickened joints, bony growths can narrow the spinal canal and the spinal nerve openings of the body. This therapy also recovers loose alignment. Surgery does not correct the underlying degeneration of the vertebrae due to wear and tear of aging, however, so a return of symptoms is possible. Depending on the extent of stenosis, one vertebra (single-level) or more (multi-level) may be involved. There are several types of spinal decompression therapy.  These therapies could reduce your pain and prevent you from requiring spine surgery to correct your condition.

 

spinal decompression therapyLaminectomy: This process includes removal of the entire bony lamina, a portion of the enlarged facet joints and it thickened ligaments of spinal cord and nerves.

Laminectomy: Laminotomy is the removal of a small portion of the lamina and ligaments, usually on one side.

Foraminotomy: It is the removal of bone around the neural foramen – the space between vertebrae where the nerve root exits the spinal canal.

Laminoplasty: It is the expansion of the spinal canal by cutting the laminae on one side and swinging them open like a door. It is used only in the cervical area.

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