An Auto Accident May End in Surgery, But There May Be Another Alternative
Spinal decompression is a natural and alternative method to back surgery that treats lower back pain, neck pain and pain radiating from leg and arm problems.
During a car accident, the impact is often received on the back and this leads to hernias or bulging discs. Receiving a spinal decompression increases the amount of nutrients and oxygen within the affected discs, which facilitates the healing process. This method allows you to avoid the risks and the long and painful recovery associated with more invasive procedures.
Spinal decompression is performed on a motorized traction decompression table where the spine is gently stretched to relieve pressure from herniated and bulging discs as well as nerves within the spine.
Treatments may take 20-45 minutes. To get the most out of spinal decompression therapy, you may need five to seven weeks. In Cobb Pain and Rehab we have had years of experience in this procedure and hundreds of patients have benefited from the treatment.
Disorders of the disc are not the only conditions by which a person can receive spinal decompression. If you have any of the following symptoms, this treatment may also be for you:
- Sciatica Pain
- Degenerative discs
- Spinal stenosis
- Facet Syndrome
- Numbness or pain in the extremities
In addition to spinal decompression, other forms of therapy such as physiotherapy or massage therapy may be recommended to relieve pain and treat your condition.