Non-surgical Spinal Decompression
Pressure on your spinal discs can results in pain and additional chronic conditions. Poor posture, repetitive stress, and acute injuries can cause your vertebrae discs to slip out of alignment, which can apply pressure to your spine. This results in your vertebrae being compressed and chronic pain from bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and sciatica.
What is Spinal Decompression?
Spinal Decompression Therapy is a non-surgical, gentle method of treating compressed discs in the spine to prevent further injuries.
Compressed spinal discs are often prolonged because the disc cannot properly supply itself with the nutrients needed to function and to heal from minor injuries sustained throughout your daily activities. As a result, compressed discs lead to two major problems in the spine: a bulge or herniation that presses against the nerve and causes instability of the disc itself.
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 a 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.
What are bulging or herniated discs?
A bulging/herniated disc is when you have a weak spot in your spine that results in a discs popping out of its normal parameters, causing pain to radiate throughout surrounding regions.
Common causes of herniated discs include:
- Heavy lifting
- Improper lifting techniques
- Standing for long periods of time
- Family history of disc problems
You may experience symptoms of bulging or herniated discs, such as:
Neck: Pain, numbness, and tingling that branches out to the shoulders, arms, upper back, chest, and hands.
Thoracic Region: Pain, discomfort, numbness, and tingling anywhere in the body from the chest to your upper thighs.
Lumbar Region: Pain, discomfort, numbness, and tingling from your lower back down throughout your legs and feet. This can also result in Sciatica- a condition in which the sciatic nerve that runs through the base of your legs is compressed, causing pain in the lower back and legs.
What can it help:
Spinal decompression can be very effective treating patience with both low back pain and neck pain. Sciatica
- Disc herniation
- Disc bulge
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Radiating arm pain
- Leg Pain
- Numbness and tingling in feet or hands.
Call today at 678.494.9668 to discuss how spinal decompression can help you.[DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_SOCIAL_ICONS]