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Everything You Need to Know About Spinal Decompression

Written By Tropical Chiropractic Group on November 8, 2019

spinal decompression healthThere are two kinds of spinal decompression, surgical and nonsurgical. Nonsurgical is the best route to go down because it’s less invasive, less expensive, and easier to recover from.

How Does Nonsurgical Spinal Decompression Work?

Nonsurgical spinal decompression uses a motorized table that gently stretches out your spine. The stretching helps your spine get into a better position that takes off pressure from your spinal discs. It’s very similar to how you stretch your muscles to relieve a cramp. 

The stretching also helps water, oxygen, and nutrients move through your body easier, so you heal faster. 

This form of treatment can help with:

  • Back or neck pain
  • Herniated discs
  • Injured spinal nerves
  • Joint pain
  • Hypomobility
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative disc or joint disease

How is it Done?

A motorized table may sound intimidating, but don’t worry, it’s safe, and there isn’t any pain involved. You are secured onto the table while a chiropractor creates a customized treatment for your needs. You can be either facing up or down, depending on what is causing you pain. 

Surgical Spinal Decompression

Surgery should always be a last resort because of the amount of time, money, and recovery it takes. Surgery can help with the same problems as nonsurgical decompression can, though it can come with more risks.

Common risks are bleeding and blood clots, nerve or tissue damage, infections, or even an allergic reaction. 

Get Spinal Decompression Treatment in Coconut Creek

Tropical Chiropractic Group is a big proponent of spinal decompression treatment, and we have our own decompression table. Dr. Scott Herman, the head of the clinic, has years of experience treating back pain through many different treatments. 

Call us at 954-917-4343 or Schedule an Appointment to learn more about spinal decompression and how it could help you.



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