Non-surgical Spinal Decompression treatment relieves pain, promotes optimal healing and relief from back pain. You don’t have to live in pain. The goal is to improve your range of motion and help you regain the ability to enjoy your daily activities.
Non-surgical Spinal decompression is an innovative therapy that aims to alleviate persistent back, neck, sciatic nerve, or radiant pain. Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy uses mechanical traction to slowly stretch your back, helping decrease the pressure, helping reposition your spine and promoting healing of the intervertebral discs.
Being an innovative, drug-free, and non-invasive treatment, Non-surgical decompression therapy can be used as a treatment for a variety of symptoms and conditions that is ideal for a wide range of conditions related to disc pressure and pain.
Non-surgical spinal decompression is a wonderful option for patients with the following conditions:
HERNIATED OR BULGING DISCS
Herniated disc treatment
TThe discs in between the vertebrae are soft jelly-like cushions that keep vertebrae in place. These cushions, though soft on the inside, have a rubbery exterior. The natural aging process can break down or degenerate the exterior of the discs, allowing the soft center of the disc to leak, causing what is called Herniated Disc. Because the elasticity of the disc decreases with age, this condition is frequent in people between the ages of 30 and 50. Spinal decompression therapy gently helps correct a disc bulging beyond its normal space, or slipped out of place, and can also help restore herniated discs and remain inside their intended spots.
It becomes chronic when the pain you are experiencing is persistent.
Most chronic back pain affects people between the ages of 50 to 65, accounting for the second most prevalent condition in the United States.
Back pain can have a significant impact on one’s mood.
Back pain can be caused by several musculoskeletal conditions, and it’s the main reason why patients visit a physician. Lower back pain can cause great discomfort. Initial acute low back pain can progress to chronic back pain if the pain becomes recurrent for 12 months or more. Chronic back pain affects a greater percentage of people between the ages of 50 and 65; this has a big impact on the quality of life, productivity at work, and even emotionally affecting the patient. Activities of daily living and sleep quality are directly affected by low back pain. Chronic back problems can affect your ability to live an active and fulfilling life. Fortunately, back pain can be managed through non-surgical spinal decompression. The gentle traction takes off the pressure of the intervertebral discs, promoting water, oxygen, and fluids healing damaged areas.
Neck pain can appear as a sharp located pain or can be less intense and spread in large areas.
Normal daily activities can cause neck pain.
Your cervical spine is located in the neck area. If there is an abnormality in the function of the network of bones, nerves, and muscles, it will lead to neck pain.
Normal daily activities that can cause neck pain are reading, holding your phone, watching TV, and even keeping your neck in one position for long periods of time. The neck or cervical spine can also be responsible for other symptoms like pain in the shoulder, head, arm, and/or hand. Neck pain can appear as a sharp located pain or can be less intense and spread in large areas. While the most common causes for neck pain can be solved by correcting bad habits, some people develop medical conditions such as herniated or bulging disc, whiplash, and pinched nerves. Just like those cases with back pain, non-surgical spinal decompression will help you achieve successful outcomes reducing pressure from your spinal discs.
DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE
Degenerative disc disease treatment
Degenerative disc disease is the gradual process of change or breakdown of the spinal discs caused by natural aging. Non-surgical spinal decompression can help improve motion and spinal flexibility and therefore alleviate pain and discomfort.
Non-Surgical Spine Center can help avoid surgery
Spinal Stenosis refers to the compression of the spinal cord and nerves caused by the decrease of spaces in the spine. Symptoms are unique and may vary depending on the part of the spine where the narrowing occurs. The pain can go from the neck, shoulders, arms, to the lower back and legs. Spinal stenosis is more frequent in patients over 50 years old. Creating negative pressure through non-surgical spinal decompression will release tension along the spinal canal and reestablish space to compressed discs.
When we talk about sciatica, we talk about a set of symptoms caused by the compression of the sciatic nerve in your lower back. The sciatic nerve goes from your lower back through the hips and buttocks and runs down each leg. Causes of sciatica can be from aging, sitting for long periods of time, arthritis, or structural imbalance. Using Non-surgical spinal decompression treatment, we will adjust your spine and relieve the pressure on your nerves.
At San Diego Neuropathy, we will help you get back to your normal activities and provide a better quality of life through Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Treatments.
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