At any given time,
at least 31 million Americans are experiencing lower back pain, In fact, half of those surveyed reported having back pain every year. As a result, this condition is a significant contributor to missed work, ranking second after upper respiratory conditions. The assumption that back pain will go away on its own is common, but untrue in many cases. For those in pain, the prospect of surgery, shots or living with the pain area are all unpleasant. Spinal decompression therapy can be an ideal solution.
What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?
Spinal decompression is an advanced computer-assisted technology that helps treat the symptoms of low back and neck pain from herniated, bulging, degenerated and slipped discs. This therapy has been utilized by tens of thousands of patients since getting FDA clearance over tens years ago.. Patients can use decompression as an alternative to surgery for patients suffering from herniated, bulging, degenerated, and slipped discs. Even when physical therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, pain medication and injections have failed, most patients still receive dramatic pain relief in 4 to 6 weeks of spinal decompression.
How do I know if Spinal Decompression Therapy is right for me?
An accurate diagnosis is important in determining the best type of care you need. Our doctors will conduct a comfortable and thorough examination and review of your history. The follow will help determine if non-surgical decompression therapy is right for you:
- Medications and family history
- Previous imaging including x-ray and MRI or CT studies
- Review of your symptoms
- Previous treatments, injuries, or accidents
If additional testing such as x-rays, MRI/CT or electrodiagnostic evaluation is indicated, they can be ordered through our office. Once all of the necessary information is obtained, we will review the findings, diagnosis, and treatment options the best suit your individual needs.
Our doctors at New Spring Chiropractic will create a targeted treatment plan based on your unique recovery goals and injuries.
Spinal Decompression Therapy Research
Click below to read research conducted on Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy:
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Patient Success Story- Chronic Low Back and Neck Pain
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