Non Surgical Spinal Decompression



Non surgical spinal decompression is a safe, noninvasive procedure that has proven effective in relieving sciatica, herniated discs and bulging discs. Spinal decompression is performed using a computerized medical device, which gently reduces the pressure on pinched nerves and promotes recovery of the spine.

During spinal decompression, the spine is manipulated with distraction forces to stretch out the spinal discs and relieve pressure on the area in a vacuum effect. This allows the discs to reposition themselves and deliver nutrients like water, oxygen and other fluids into the injured area of the spine for healing.

The main benefits of spinal decompression are pain relief, normalized range of motion, and decreased numbness and tingling in the back, legs or arms. It also helps to reduce the amount of inflammation in the affected area and prevents further disc degeneration and joint damage.

The effects of this therapy can be seen within a few treatments and may continue to improve over time with frequent visits. Patients often notice an improvement in their pain level and range of motion during the first few treatments.

The doctor who performs this therapy will need to conduct a thorough consultation and examination before administering nonsurgical spinal decompression. This will ensure that the patient is appropriate for this therapy and deselects patients who should not be treated with this method of treatment.