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Spinal Decompression for Back Pain Relief

Back pain relief is the choice for thousands of patients suffering from this debilitating condition. If you constantly experience back pain, do not ignore it but seek medical attention as soon as possible.  The common causes for back pain include herniated discs, degenerated discs, osteoarthritis, injury or overuse of muscles, facet joints, ligaments, and the sacroiliac joints. Back pain can occur concentrated in one area or in the form of radiating pain from a central point.

Spinal decompression is a non-surgical medical treatment effective for chronic back pain. Spinal decompression therapy is effective for back pain caused by a damaged disc. In the spinal decompression process, with proper distraction and relaxation, the spinal disc is isolated and kept under negative pressure to cause a vacuum effect. The treatment helps to take off the pressure from the damaged disc, causing the disc bulge to shrink back to the normal size. Spinal decompression therapy is reported to have a success rate ranging from 71% – 90 %. Patients can feel reduction in pain, after the first few sessions of the treatment itself. There are fewer chances for side effects with spinal decompression therapy treatment.

Spinal decompression therapy is a cost-effective treatment for degenerative spinal disc disease. The entire treatment takes up to 10 treatment sessions depending upon the severity of the condition. Each treatment session may take 25-30 minutes. After completing the spinal decompression program, a comprehensive rehabilitation and core strengthening protocol is performed to further improve the achieved results of care. The patient should take advice from the physician before leaving the hospital. Spinal decompression therapy with its proven results is really a blessing for people who suffer from chronic back pain.

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