We offer cervical and lumbar decompression. This 10-25 minute therapy will decompress the nerve roots that may be trapped or pinched between the vertebrae.
Spinal decompression is basically spinal traction to treat “pinched nerves” or “spinal stenosis.” The traction device gently pulls apart the spinal segments to give the nerve that exits the spinal cord more room and, thus, reduces or eliminates the pinching.
Back on Trac Decompression Chair
STOP! Before signing up for hundreds or thousands of dollars for a series of “decompression” treatments somewhere else, contact our office for a free consultation to see if our equipment will get the same results (or better) for a fraction of the cost. Also, insurance may pay for treatment at our office when it is not covered at other offices.
Contact us to see if our spinal decompression machines could benefit you. Oftentimes, combining decompression with both cold laser and spinal manipulation can be more effective in eliminating the pain associated with spinal stenosis than decompression alone.
For more information, here are some articles on nonsurgical spinal decompression:
This study looks at the effectiveness of lumbar traction for patients with low back pain and leg pain. To read more click here.
This study looks into the effectiveness of extension traction treatment for discogenic lumbosacral radiculopathy. To learn more click here.
A look into how spinal decompression can help patients with intervertebral disc herniation. to read about it click here.
A combination of lumbar traction and acupuncture work together to help improve lumbar disc herniation. To read more click here.