Spinal Decompression Chiropractic & Therapy

Spinal Decompression

Pressure on your spinal discs results in pain and additional chronic conditions. Poor posture, repetitive stress, and acute injuries cause your vertebrae discs to slip out of alignment, which applies pressure to your spine. This pressure causes vertebrae compression, chronic pain from bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and sciatica.

What is Spinal Decompression?

Spinal Decompression Therapy is a gentle, non-surgical method for treating compressed spinal discs to prevent further injuries. The inability for compressed discs to supply themselves with nutrients prolongs the pressure on the spinal column, making it difficult to heal from minor injuries sustained throughout daily activity. As a result, compressed discs lead to two problems in the spine: a bulge or herniation. Both press against the nerve and cause disc instability.

What are bulging or herniated discs?

A bulging/herniated disc is when you have a weak spot in your spine that results in discs popping out of its normal parameters, causing pain to radiate throughout surrounding regions.

Common causes of herniated discs include:

You may experience symptoms of bulging or herniated discs, such as:

What to expect?

During the procedure, patients are stabilized to a decompression table and the session parameters are established based on condition.

Typical sessions last 15-25 minutes. Patients typically experience the greatest results within 12-20 sessions at 2-3 times per week frequency.

As an integrated medical, chiropractic, and physical therapy clinic with many years of pain management experience, Addison Sports Clinic has the necessary resources and expertise to help you to a speedy recovery.

Spinal Decompression

What does Spinal Decompression treat?

Spinal decompression can be very effective in treating patients with both low back pain and neck pain.

For additional information about this or any other treatment, please feel free to visit our state of the art facility by simply scheduling an appointment or contact our Kennesaw location today. Our professional staff is here to help you reach optimal results with your health goals. 

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