Decompression therapy is a non-invasive treatment that employs state-of-the-art technology to gently stretch the spine, relieving pressure from the vertebrae and intervertebral discs.
Through this targeted traction, the therapy promotes optimal spinal health, alleviates pain, and stimulates natural healing processes.
Unwinding Spinal Tension
One Stretch at a Time
By creating negative pressure within the disc space, decompression therapy helps to retract or reposition the herniated or bulging disc material, promoting healing.
Decompression therapy can be a boon for those suffering from lower back pain, sciatica, neck pain, and disc-related issues. It provides relief from pain and fosters natural recuperation.
Specialized tables and computerized systems ensure precision, enabling chiropractors to target specific areas of the spine with calculated stretches.
This therapy is typically pain-free, with many patients even finding the stretching sensation relaxing. It offers a non-surgical alternative to address spinal issues effectively.
Typically, a session lasts between 30 to 45 minutes, but the duration might vary based on individual needs.
The number of sessions varies depending on the severity of the condition. On average, patients undergo 12-24 sessions.
While many benefit from the therapy, it’s essential to consult with a chiropractor. Certain conditions, like tumors or advanced osteoporosis, might make the therapy unsuitable.
Comfortable clothing that allows for movement is ideal. Avoid wearing dresses or skirts.