Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression is a non-invasive or minimally invasive therapy aimed at relieving pressure on the spinal discs, nerves, or vertebrae. This therapeutic technique is often used to address conditions like herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, or spinal stenosis, which can cause debilitating pain and limited mobility.

During spinal decompression therapy, a specialized table or device gently stretches the spine, creating negative pressure within the spinal discs. This negative pressure can help retract bulging or herniated discs, reduce pressure on nerves, and enhance the flow of nutrients and oxygen to the affected area. By alleviating pressure on the spine, spinal decompression aims to promote healing, reduce pain, and improve overall spinal function.

The treatment is typically performed by chiropractors, physical therapists, or trained healthcare professionals and is often part of a comprehensive treatment plan that may include exercises, manual therapy, or other modalities tailored to the individual's specific condition.