Spinal decompression has been an essential part of my practice for some years now, and while it is a remarkably effective treatment for the vast majority of patients suffering from the symptoms of herniated and/or degenerated spinal discs, it is not an appropriate treatment for every patient with back pain.
Sadly, the financial investment involved in providing spinal decompression services appears to sometimes influence doctors to recommend it in cases where it may not be necessary or indicated.Chiropractic therapy methods like spinal decompression are holistic – all natural healing. Since it is not always well understood, we will be explaining more about spinal decompression and whether it is could be an effective therapy for your case in this article. There are also many types of treatments; you can read reviews from our website.
Does this treatment work?
Spinal decompression works by gently pulling apart the nerves and discs that are compacted in the spinal column (and are therefore causing the pain.) Pinched nerves and compacted discs are some of the most common injuries involving the back and the neck, and the goal of non-surgical spinal decompression is to resolve this problem. This is accomplished via a non-surgical traction machine.