Non-invasive spinal decompression is a safe treatment used for numerous conditions. Some of the most common health conditions which can be treated with spinal decompression are herniated or bulging spine disks, spinal dysfunction, degenerative disk disease, and sciatica problems.
At Taylor Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, we perform non-invasive spinal decompression therapy to many patients every day, and they all express almost immediate relief to their pain.
How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?
With the use of motorized traction, the spine gets stretched. With a gentle, controlled force, the position of the spine is manipulated. This change helps release the pressure off the spinal disks, and as a result, oxygen, movement, and nutrient fluids are promoted.
Spinal decompression can also reduce the pressure on compressed nerves, which is why it’s an excellent treatment for sciatica problems, and lower back pain. On many occasions, it’s also used as combined therapy with chiropractic adjustments, as both treatments aid to release spinal disks pressure and pain symptoms.
Benefits of Spinal Decompression
- Non-invasive therapy and immediate effect
- Unlike surgery, there’s no recovery time
- Start feeling less pain from the first session
- Safe for all ages
- Medication is not required
- Cost-effective treatment
Different clinical studies have revealed a fantastic success rate with spinal decompression therapy.
Let Taylor Rehab Help You
Contact us to schedule a complimentary first consultation, Dr. Taylor can determine if you are a candidate for spinal decompression or if other therapies would be more beneficial for you. We offer a wide array of services, including chiropractic care, laser therapy, deep massage therapy, and more.
Taylor Rehabilitation & Wellness Center is located in Chicago, IL. Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat the disease once it occurs, we emphasize improving your health by reducing the risk of pain and illness in the first place.
Don’t wait for your symptoms, and pain becomes more serious.