Spinal Decompression Therapy

What is Spinal Decompression Therapy?

Spinal Decompression Therapy refers to various treatments that can alleviate back pain by relieving pressure on the neural elements of the spine.

Why do People Undergo Spinal Decompression Therapy?
The spine provides structural support for the body, consisting of vertebrae, ligaments, and spinal disks that maintain flexibility. Within this structure runs the spinal column, housing the spinal cord and nerves. Injuries or degeneration of the spine can lead to pain, often caused by compression that puts pressure on the spinal cord or nerves. Spinal decompression aims to alleviate this pressure and reduce pain.

What Conditions Can Spinal Decompression Treat?
Spinal decompression therapy is commonly sought for conditions such as:

  • Bulging disks (when a cushion between vertebrae bulges out)
  • Degenerative disks (when the cushion between vertebrae wears out)
  • Herniated disks (when part of a disk pushes on a nerve)
  • Pinched nerves (compression causing numbness, pain, or tingling)
  • Sciatica (damage to the sciatic nerve)
  • Spinal stenosis (narrowing of spaces in the spine due to bone spurs, bulging, or herniated disks)

Experience Pain Relief and Treatment with a Spinal Decompression Therapy Table
Spinal decompression is a non-surgical chiropractic technique designed to alleviate chronic back pain. This method utilizes a specialized table to reduce pressure in the spine, providing relief to patients. During the procedure, the patient is secured with a pelvic harness to maintain their position, while the lower half of the table moves to target the spine.

How a Spinal Decompression Therapy Table Works

A spinal decompression table is a sophisticated piece of medical equipment. Controlled by an Upper Cervical Chiropractor through a computerized system linked to sensors on the table, it can identify problem areas and muscle tension in the back. The table then applies pressure to these areas while repositioning the patient to perform various stretches.

As the bones, joints, and discs in the back separate during this process, spinal decompression is achieved. This movement can cause the disc to retract or reposition, relieving pressure on the spinal nerves and reducing pain and tension.

The key features of this treatment are the table’s sensors and adjustable bed, which allow for stretching the spine at different angles. This targeted approach addresses each patient’s pain points directly, providing effective decompression. The procedure typically lasts only about 15 minutes, making it a convenient option for pain relief and treatment.

The KDT Neural Flex Spinal Decompression Table

At Upper Cervcal Chiropractic Las Vegas , we use the The KDT Neural Flex Spinal Decompression Table for our Spinal Decompression Therapy sessions. For more information on the KDT Neural Flex Spinal Decompression Table please visit their website.

KDT Neural Flex Table for Spinal Decompression Therapy

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