Eliminate Herniated Discs for Good: Spinal Decompression Therapy

Whenever a new therapy is discovered, medical professions are eager to see whether it is applicable to their patients and safe for them to perform.

One of the therapies making news over the past few months is Spinal Decompression Therapy, which is said to assist with chronic pain in the back and other parts of the body.

The good news is that the FDA has approved the therapy as being safe and effective, which presents new hope for patients who have suffered from chronic pain for many years.

How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?

Damage to a disc in the back, or other back-related ailments, are often the most problematic to resolve.

Many patients experience chronic pain even if their body is healed, while others appear to have no option but to undergo back surgery.

However, spinal decompression therapy may negate the need for surgery in many situations. It is a non-invasive procedure where a machine is used to stretch the back in a slow and gentle way. The idea is to decrease pressure on the herniated disc, which can significantly lessen or completely get rid of the pain a patient is experiencing.

The treatment is also seen as a serious and healthier alternative to prescribing pain medication to patients for the medium or long-term. Many patients live their life taking pills every day, as they try to get on with their lives with chronic pain.

But doctors are reporting that spinal decompression therapy has worked to alleviate or eliminate chronic pain for so many people. Some patients have a total recovery, while others say their pain is 70 to 90 percent less than it was before.

If you are suffering from chronic pain due to a back injury, come in today and  speak with one of our chiropractors to see if  spinal decompression therapy is right for you.

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