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Does Spinal Decompression Help Relieve Sciatica?

Spinal decompression does help relieve sciatica pain. In fact, it is the most effective treatment which can cure the medical condition without medication or surgical intervention. Unlike in the past, patients no longer need to endure excruciating pain which travels all the way from the spine to the legs. The therapy can also treat patients who are diagnosed with other spinal conditions such as bulging or herniated disc, degenerative disc disease or facet syndrome.

Understanding Sciatica and Spinal Decompression

The sciatic is the largest peripheral nerve located in the back which extends from the spine to the lower body passing the buttocks and thighs. Inflammation on this nerve can cause intense pain with discomfort ranging from tingling, numbness, burning to even weakness. This occurs when the spinal disc protrudes and puts excess pressure on the pinched nerve.

Spinal decompression therapy sets right the disc to ease the pressure and alleviate pain. The modality makes use of traction which cycles through phases of distraction and relaxation. A vacuum is created, which gently separates the spinal cord and applies negative pressure which pulls the disc back in place. Blood supply is stimulated and proper circulation takes place to aid in the healing process.

The patient is only required to lie still and maintain correct posture while the modality does the rest. Many are surprised to learn that the treatment causes no pain. Patients feel relaxed and begin to feel much relief within the first few sessions. The number of sessions required varies from one individual to another and depends on the location of the pain and the particular condition of the patient.

Live Life to the Fullest

Spinal decompression does have the FDA’s approval and has helped many men and women get rid of their sciatica pain and live life to the fullest. To learn more about this result-oriented treatment it is best to consult an experienced physician who commonly performs the procedure on an outpatient basis.

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