Questions on Spinal Decompression
Spinal decompression is a computer-aided treatment to help lower back and neck pain symptoms. Our treatments help relieve symptoms caused by herniated, bulging, slipped, or degenerated discs. Our chiropractors have been using spinal decompression to treat patients, relieving ailments caused by severe spinal damage. Spinal decompression is also used with other therapies, including chiropractic adjustment. Most people find pain relief within four to six weeks after spinal decompression.
When searching for a "Chiropractor Near Me," reach out to Cherry Hill, the chiropractic care team at Spine One Center.
What does spinal decompression do?
Spinal decompression uses a combination of force, angle degree, and variations in timing to create negative pressure inside the spinal cord discs. This reversal helps create a vacuum inside the disc, helping draw in bulging and extruding discs. Our Cherry Hill chiropractors will develop a spinal decompression treatment based on your body weight, pain tolerance, the severity of the pain, and how long you have had symptoms.
What conditions does spinal decompression treat?
Cherry Hill patients suffering from severe back pain caused by the spinal discs may benefit from spinal decompression treatment. More than ten years ago, the FDA cleared spinal decompression technology, allowing it to treat back pain symptoms. Some conditions spinal decompression treats may include herniated discs, bulging discs, pinched nerves, sciatica, degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, post-surgical pain, and more.
How does spinal decompression feel?
Some Cherry Hill chiropractic care treatments cause discomfort. Spinal decompression causes no pain. Patients who undergo spinal decompression treatment claim to feel a slight pulling sensation and pressure on the spine. Our chiropractic treatment is pain-free, offering patients a non-surgical, non-addictive option for treating back pain.
Do I qualify for spinal decompression?
Spinal decompression treats several back pain conditions. However, not all chiropractic care patients qualify for the treatment. Candidates should have been diagnosed with a herniated, bulging, or degenerative disc, be 18 years of age, and suffer from persistent arthritis. It is best to speak with our chiropractors to see if you qualify for spinal decompression.
Schedule an Appointment with Our Chiropractors Today
If you suffer from back pain and traditional methods are not working, speak with our Cherry Hill chiropractors about spinal decompression options. When searching for a "Chiropractor Near Me," contact Spine One Center to learn more about Cherry Hill spinal decompression treatments. Call our office today at (609) 965-5533 to schedule an appointment with one of our chiropractors.