Get Pain Relief by Using a Spinal Decompression Table
Spinal decompression is a non-surgical chiropractic method used to relieve chronic back pain that may be caused by the following conditions:
- Disc bulges
- Disc herniations
- Spinal stenosis
This technique is performed on a specific spinal decompression table to alleviate pressure in the spine. The patient is secured by a pelvic harness to keep their body in place as the lower half of the table moves to work the spine. Most tables are quite comfortable, and many patients even fall asleep during their session!
Now, this is more than just a table you lay on at the doctor’s office; it’s an advanced piece of medical equipment. The chiropractor controls a computerized system linked to the spinal decompression table sensors. These sensors identify problem areas and any muscle tension in the back. They then apply pressure to these spots while the table repositions the patient into various stretches.
During this procedure, bones, joints, and discs in the back separate, causing spinal decompression to occur. The table induced position can make the disc retract or reposition. Assisting the spine in these movements is what brings comfort to the spinal nerves, easing pain and releasing tension.
The unique features of this practice are the table’s sensors and the adjustable bed that allows the spine to stretch at multiple angles. As a result, each patient’s pain point can be targeted and directly decompressed. And the best part about a spinal decompression is it only takes about 15 minutes!
It’s worth noting that this is not a one-time procedure. Some patients may see more long-lasting results as soon as 6 sessions, whereas others may need 15. Typically, 12 sessions do the trick. It is all dependent on the patient’s diagnoses and response.
While there may be some hesitation to give this treatment a try, success is dependent on the patient. Everyone will respond to practices differently, and therefore it is necessary to find the one that works best for you. This may take time, especially if you are looking to avoid surgery to manage your back pain.
Luckily, there are professionals available to you to help navigate the sea of non-invasive treatments. If you are interested in trying spinal decompression, get in touch with the specialists at AllCure Spine & Sports Medicine! Our knowledge and treatment options will exceed your expectations. Get started today with a free consultation.Leave a reply