What is Decompression Therapy? Decompression therapy is a non-surgical treatment that is designed to relieve pressure on the spine. It involves the use of a traction table that gently stretches the spine, creating negative pressure in the spinal discs. This negative pressure helps to relieve pressure on the nerves and promote healing.
How Does Decompression Therapy Work?During decompression therapy, you'll lie on a specialized table. Dr. Troy or his assistant Gina will secure you to the table to allow the decompression process to begin. The table will then slowly stretch your spine, creating negative pressure that helps to pull bulging or herniated discs back into place. This can help to reduce inflammation and relieve pressure on the nerves, which can be a major source of pain.
What are the Benefits of Decompression Therapy?Decompression therapy has a wide range of benefits for patients with back pain. Some of thekey benefits include:●Relieves pain - Decompression therapy can help to relieve pain caused by bulging or herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and other conditions that cause pressure on the nerves. ●Promotes healing - By creating negative pressure in the spinal discs, decompression therapy can promote healing and help to reduce inflammation.●Non-surgical - Decompression therapy is a non-surgical treatment option that can provide many of the same benefits as surgery without the risks or long recovery time.●Safe - Decompression therapy is a safe treatment option that has few side effects.●Cost-effective - Compared to surgery or other invasive treatments, decompression therapy is often more cost-effective.
In conclusion, decompression therapy is a non-surgical and safe treatment option that can relieve back pain and promote healing. It's important to seek out a qualified chiropractor to ensure that you receive the best possible care and achieve optimal health and wellness.If you're struggling with back pain, decompression therapy may be an effective treatment option for you. Give us a call, text or email to any questions or to request an appointment to learn more about this treatment and whether it's right for your specific needs and condition.