In our Westchase chiropractic office, we offer spinal decompression therapy that gently stretches the spine. Spinal decompression chiropractors offer a non-surgical, highly effective solution for low back pain, neck pain, and radiating arm and leg pain. Moreover, spinal decompression therapy relieves the pain associated with disc herniation, degenerative discs, posterior facet, and more.
Westchase Chiropractic’s spinal decompression table decreases the pressure on spinal discs and facet joints through unloading. Created by distraction and positioning, this approach allows hydration and nutrients to come back to the cervical and lumbar spine discs. The many benefits of spinal decompression can help you achieve a healthy spine throughout several treatments.
Treatment is Highly Effective
Many people who experience lower back pain or radiating pain may immediately assume surgery serves as the only option. However, one of the many benefits of spinal decompression includes its non-surgical approach. Researchers state that 86% of ruptured disc patients reported excellent results. Furthermore, patients with facet arthrosis reported a 75% improvement.
Spinal Decompression Chiropractors are Fast
Since spinal decompression requires no medication or surgery, therapy takes only about 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the patient. Finding a spinal decompression chiropractor provides speedy results and relief. In addition, many people experience relief as quickly as the first session.
Therapy is a Natural Pain Relief
Natural pain relief serves as one of the many spinal decompression benefits. Instead of concealing the pain with more medication, chiropractors decrease the amount of pressure on your spine.
In addition, a spinal decompression table gives you comfort in addition to relief. You can lay on your stomach or back while the decompression takes place. By choosing a natural therapy, you reduce your risk of suffering from pharmaceuticals’ many harmful side effects.
A Spinal Decompression Table Helps Improve Poor Posture
Sitting at a desk with poor posture all day can contribute to low back pain. Moreover, it can also affect the spine’s natural curve. When your spine becomes compressed from sitting, it affects the disks between the bones of the spine. This contributes to back pain which can even worsen your posture.
A spinal decompression table helps decompress the spine allowing your disks to heal. With pressure taken off your disks, you can work to improve your posture. Continuous use of spinal decompression chiropractors and stretches can lead to a dramatic improvement in overall posture.
How Is Nonsurgical Spinal Decompression Done?
First, you must find a reputable chiropractor that can perform spinal decompression therapy, such as Westchase Chiropractic. Once you find a top spinal decompression chiropractor, they will fit you with a harness around your pelvis and midsection. Next, the doctor will have you lie face up or down on the table, depending on the area that your spine needs treatment.
The therapy only takes 15 to 30 minutes with two to three sessions a week, depending on the patient. For best results, patients undergo a combination of spinal decompression therapy, chiropractic adjustments, and prescribed home exercises. A mixture of chiropractic treatments helps you regain proper control and strength of the stabilization muscles, which creates more long-term benefits.