Get relief from back and neck pain with spinal decompression
Spinal decompression is an alternative to surgery that has relieved intense disc-related pain for thousands of patients. This innovative treatment is a great option for those seeking alternative treatments in place of potentially dangerous surgical options.
Spinal decompression therapy can help reduce or eliminate pain for a range of disc-related conditions including herniated, ruptured, or degenerating discs. It is also very effective in treating pinched nerves and sciatica.
Understanding spinal decompression therapy
Spinal decompression therapy is a treatment designed to treat disc injuries in the neck and lower back. During treatment, pressure on the spine is greatly reduced, eliminating pressure on nerves and helping discs return to their normal position. Additionally, treatment allows your natural, nutrient-rich fluids to return to injured areas, bringing increased blood flow and speeding up the healing process.
Spinal Decompression has proved effective in relieving the pain associated with the following conditions:
- Bulging discs
- Herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Relapsed or failed back surgery
What is spinal decompression therapy like?
Cherry Health Center uses safe and effective, FDA-approved equipment for our decompression therapy sessions. Each session lasts from 10-15 minutes, during which the pressure on your spine is gently removed. During your treatment time you’ll remain fully clothed and most patients find the experience very comfortable. In fact, many patients experience a significant reduction in pain from their first treatment.
How effective is spinal decompression therapy?
No treatment is 100% effective for everyone, but many people find spinal decompression to be highly effective in treating their disc-related injury. And while many experience pain relief from their very first treatment, it’s most effective when treatments are repeated and paired with physical therapy.
Cherry Health Center is proud to offer this life-changing therapy to patients in Springfield, Missouri.