Palm Beach Health Center

August 16, 2022

How Spinal Decompression Therapy Can Help You

Back and neck pain are common problems that can have many different causes of varying intensities. People often experience prolonged pain after something as serious as an injury or as simple as long term, unhealthy posture. Before you schedule back surgery or give up hope, consider spinal decompression therapy.

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

Spinal decompression treatment is anon-surgical technique used to relieve disc-related pressure, stimulate blood flow through your spine, and promote long-term healing.

Decompression Therapy Can Provide Fast Relief

Spinal decompression doesn't typically make you uncomfortable, and treatments last about 15 minutes. Even though you may need multiple visits to get the optimum benefits, many people report less pain after just one treatment.

Who is Best Suited for Decompression Therapy?

If you have been searching for a non-invasive treatment that doesn’t require any medication and won’t require months of rehabilitation, decompression treatment may be the solution. If you currently suffer from common issues like sciatica, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, arthritis, or severe headaches such as migraines, you may be the perfect candidate for spinal decompression treatment.

Our staff can evaluate you during a thorough physical examination, which may include digital imaging, if you're unsure if you are a good candidate for decompression therapy.

Decompression Therapy Can Help Prevent Spinal Surgery

Some patients may benefit from spinal decompression therapy in order to avoid or delay spine surgery, such as discectomy or spinal fusion procedures. In fact, the effectiveness of this non-surgical method in reducing lower back pain surprises many of our patients. Some patients even report feeling better after only one session, although continued care is usually necessary for the best results.

Find Out if Decompression Therapy is Your Pain Solution

We are ready to assist you if you are interested in learning exactly how decompression therapy can benefit you. During your consultation, our experienced specialists will explain in more detail the pros and cons of spinal decompression and an examination will determine if you're a good candidate for this treatment.

Don't let back or neck pain keep you from living life to the fullest. Contact us today to see if spinal decompression therapy could be the solution to your discomfort.

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