Have you ever felt like you had a pinched nerve in your back or neck? Have you ever had a slip and fall, after which the joints in your low back and hips felt compressed? Have you ever wondered whether a computer career that requires prolonged sitting compresses your joints? Have you ever wondered if there was a way to correct scoliosis in your back? We can answer these questions!
1) First, you can pinch nerves in your neck and back just by going about your normal daily activities. Utilizing therapy machines such as a spinal a decompression or traction table can help to reverse and correct the problem.
2) Slips and falls can compress discs, joints, ligaments, and nerves. Spinal decompression and traction can gently and safely separate the compressed joints, taking painful, disabling pressure off of the nerves, ligaments, and spinal discs in your back and neck.
3) If you have a computer career, expect prolonged sitting to cause deformation of the spinal curve, creating significant biomechanical compensation, injures, and arthritis over time. Spinal decompression and traction is a guaranteed, proven therapy that can re-shape the sections of the spine that have been deformed due to prolonged sitting.
4) Yes, if you have scoliosis, it can occur in different regions of your spine. Commonly, scoliosis is acquired through small or large events, such as birth, trips and falls, or traumas. This is classified as functional scoliosis. Spinal decompression can be performed on the neck, mid-back, and low back to remove abnormal twisting and deformation of the spine, correcting muscle spasms, restricted body movements, nerve impingement, neuropathy, and organ dysfunctions.
In conclusion, spinal decompression/traction is not a new therapy. It has been widely used in the medical field for over thirty years. It is safe for adults and children. It is very versatile and can be utilized for dozens of different injuries and conditions. This amazing therapy can be done in as little as 15 minutes, and benefits are commonly seen as soon as the first or second treatment! Spinal decompression also allows ligaments to be remodeled, reshaped, and stabilized, strengthening the structure and functionality of the spine. This translates to pain relief, higher energy levels, higher oxygen output to organs and muscles, high blood output to organs and muscles, and amazing changes that optimize your health.
Are you wondering if spinal decompression can help you? Give us a call with any questions you have at (719) 594-0071!