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Spinal Decompression for the Optimal Resolution of Lower Back Pain

Is your lower back or neck hurting badly? Spinal problems can significantly affect your quality of living. The pain and general weakness that come with various conditions of the spine can keep you from regular routine. Though surgery is often recommended as the answer to chronic back pain, the good news is that effective non-surgical options are now available.

A state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation and pain management center can offer solutions where most conventional offices can’t – through innovative treatments that can be carried out as outpatient procedures. Non-surgical spinal decompression is an effective procedure that can help treat disc injuries affecting the lower back and the neck.

Related pain in the leg or arm can also be treated with this FDA-approved therapy. Ultimately, the procedure can treat impairment of the nerves, repair damaged discs in the spine and reduce overall spine loading.

Spinal decompression basically involves traction which cycles through spine relaxation and distraction phases and also maintains the right position of the spine in the process. It achieves this by separating the spinal disc and causing a vacuum within it, which manages to suck in the protruded or herniated disc material back into the disc, stimulating blood supply and healing. The procedure is performed with the help of spinal decompression machines. A single session takes only around 20-25 minutes. More sessions may however be required to attain the best results.

Spinal decompression is proving effective for conditions such as disc protrusion and herniation, sciatica, tingling, numbness, spondylosis, radiculopathy and foramenal stenosis. The ideal place for treatment is an established pain management center specialized in advanced non-surgical spinal decompression therapy.

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