Atlanta Spinal decompression
A Back Pain and Neck Pain solution when other fail to work
Disc injuries are common cause of back and neck pain, and we successfully treat disc injuries everyday at our Atlanta spinal decompression clinic. They cause back and neck pain, while accompanied by other symptoms such as numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, shooting pains down the legs, loss of function, and burning in the buttocks.
Often times, patients who have a disc injury, try medication, physical therapy, chiropractic and massage, with temporary or little relief, because these therapies are often not addressing the cause.
Disc injuries are often called slipped or bulging discs because the disc has moved from its proper location and is putting pressure on the nerves the lead from the spine to the vital organs and extremities of the body, controlling the function of the body.
What is atlanta spinal decompression?
Spinal decompression therapy involves stretching the spine, using a traction table or similar motorized device, with the goal of relieving back pain and/or leg pain.
This procedure is called nonsurgical decompression therapy (as opposed to surgical spinal decompression, such as laminectomy and microdiscectomy).
This article provides an overview of nonsurgical spinal decompression therapy and its role in treatment of lower back pain and neck pain.
What are the benefits of using our atlanta spinal decompression technology?
The medical equipment at our Atlanta spinal decompression clinic use the same basic principle of spinal traction that has been offered by chiropractors, osteopaths, and other appropriately trained health professionals for many years.
Both traction and decompression therapy are applied with the goals of relieving pain and promoting an optimal healing environment for bulging, degenerating, or herniated discs.
Spinal decompression is a type of traction therapy applied to the spine in an attempt to bring about several benefits including
What to expect from a spinal decompression treatment
During Atlanta Spinal Decompression therapy for the low back (lumbar spine), patients remain clothed and lie on a motorized table, the lower half of which can move.
Decompression therapy typically consists of a series of 20 to 30 treatments, lasting 10 to 15 minutes each, over a four to ten-week period. Sessions are conducted in the practitioner's office.
Recommendations may also include drinking up to a half-gallon of water per day, rest, utilizing nutritional supplements, and/or performing exercises at home to improve strength and mobility.
To determine if Atlanta Spinal Decompression is best for your condition please call our office on Atlanta Highway in Alpharetta at 770-667-0099.