Decompression therapy is an effective treatment for back pain, disc herniation, and other musculoskeletal disorders. It is a hands-on technique that uses gentle pressure to relieve pain and restore proper joint mechanics. The therapist will use their hands or elbows to apply pressure to designated areas on your body, which helps align the joints and muscles around them. By doing this, it’s possible for your body to correctly distribute its weight as you stand or sit upright again without pain!
How does decompression therapy work?
Decompression therapy works by decompressing the spine. It’s a non-surgical procedure that is performed by a chiropractor, and it can be done on an outpatient basis. The procedure takes place in a controlled environment and involves manually manipulating your vertebrae to release pressure on nerves, allowing them to heal properly.
Is decompression therapy safe?
Yes, decompression therapy is safe. It is a non-invasive treatment that has no side effects and can be used to treat many different conditions. Decompression therapy is not painful and can be used in conjunction with other treatments such as chiropractic care or massage therapy if desired.
When can I start decompression therapy?
You can start decompression therapy as soon as you have a diagnosis. It’s important to start decompression therapy as soon as possible, or else your condition could get worse. Some people may need to wait for their first appointment with their doctor before they can begin treatment.
How long should my first visit last?
The amount of time each visit lasts depends on the severity of your pain. If you are in severe pain, a doctor may recommend more visits than someone who is experiencing milder symptoms.
When it comes to decompression therapy, there isn’t an exact number of sessions that will work for everyone. It all depends on the individual and their condition. While some people may only need one or two sessions before seeing results, others may require more frequent visits over time before noticing any difference in their symptoms.
Will I need to see a chiropractor after my first visit?
You will need to see a chiropractor after your first visit. As mentioned above, decompression therapy is only one of many treatments that chiropractors provide. If you’re having back pain and want to try decompression therapy first, we recommend seeing your doctor as well.
Chiropractors are trained in many areas of medicine including: neurosomatic disorders (pain related to stress), biomechanics (how the body moves), nutrition counseling and prevention of disease through lifestyle changes such as diet or exercise regimens.
Decompression therapy is an effective treatment for back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders.
Decompression therapy is a type of physical therapy that uses a decompression table to stretch and relax the spine. The therapy is non-invasive, meaning it doesn’t require any surgery or medications. It’s also been shown to be effective at treating back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders such as sciatica and herniated discs.
Decompression tables are designed with different angles depending on what part of your body they’re meant to treat–for example:
An acute lumbar traction table has an incline angle between 10 degrees up to 40 degrees (20 degrees being most common). This allows for gentle traction on your lower back during treatment sessions so that you can receive maximum benefit from each session without straining yourself too much during treatment sessions.* An acute cervical traction table may have angles ranging from 5 degrees up to 20 degrees (10 degrees being most common). These types of tables are used primarily for neck issues like stiff necks or whiplash injuries from car accidents.* A chronic lumbar traction table offers greater flexibility than acute models because its incline range can vary anywhere between 0 percent up 100 percent depending on how much support you need at any given time during recovery process
If you suffer from chronic back pain or other musculoskeletal disorders, decompression therapy may be the answer to your prayers. It’s safe, effective and can be done in your own home! If you want to learn more about decompression therapy or schedule an appointment with us, please contact us today at (619) 295-3885.