Spinal Decompression

Non-Invasive Spinal Decompression

Whether you have been suffering from back pain for years or just recently noticed a flare-up, decompression therapy in New Britain, PA, from Dr. Scott Solomon of BrookBelle Alternative Healthcare may provide the perfect remedy. 

Decompression treatment relieves pressure on your spine.

Whether you have herniated discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica, or other back pain, decompression treatment can help you. 

Your spine consists of vertebrae, which form a bony protective cover over the spinal cord. Compression of the spinal cord can lead to pain and loss of motor and sensory function. 

During spinal decompression, a technician uses a padded harness and a table to apply gentle force to your spinal column. 

As the table gently moves your spine into the correct position, pressure is relieved on your pinched nerves, increasing blood flow to the area and encouraging healing.

It improves spinal alignment and reduces back pain.

Having spinal decompression treatment is an excellent way to improve spinal alignment and reduce back pain. The process involves stretching the spine and relieving muscle tension. 

Several studies have shown that spinal decompression treatment can reduce back pain by achieving negative pressure between the discs, helping heal the discs, and allowing them to rehydrate. 

It has no significant side effects.

In general, the procedure is safe, non-invasive, and drug-free. While it is not without side effects, they are minor and short-lived.

The most common side effect of chiropractic care is sore muscles. However, when the vertebrae are realigned, the muscles will be able to heal. 

It is non-invasive.

Using spinal decompression can help you achieve relief from your pain.

For example, if you have a herniated disc, you may be able to achieve complete remission after only a few sessions. 

However, most patients will have to continue to receive decompression therapy in New Britain, PA, to achieve the maximum benefits.

It is done on a motorized table.

Your chiropractor will operate a motorized table to stretch your spine gently.

The lower half of the table will move back and forth in a slow, gentle cycle of decompression. 

The upper portion of the table will stay in place. This helps the patient experience intermittent periods of relaxation.

It is helpful for sciatica and facet syndrome.

Whether you suffer from facet syndrome or sciatica, chiropractic care can help alleviate your pain. 

This is especially important for facet joints, which can be prone to wear and tear as you age. 

Spinal decompression can relieve your pain and restore the normal functioning of your spine and other systems in your body.

Call BrookBelle Alternative Healthcare at (267) 454-7768 to schedule your decompression therapy consultation in New Britain, PA, with Dr. Solomon.

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