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Non Surgical Spinal Decompression

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Non surgical spinal decompression is a procedure that reduces pain caused by herniated discs. It is a much safer alternative to surgery and has fewer side effects and complications.

 

It is a very effective treatment for bulging, herniated or pinched discs and other conditions of the spine. This non-invasive treatment relieves chronic back pain, sciatica, neck pain and muscle tension.

 

This procedure works by creating a negative intradiscal pressure that encourages retraction or repositioning of the herniated disc material. This creates space inside the herniated disc and allows nutrient-rich fluids to flow into the disc, which promotes healing.

 

It is safe and painless for most people. Most patients report that they do not feel any discomfort during their sessions, and some even take a nap during the session.

 

The decompression machine is FDA cleared and has emergency stop switches for both the patient and the operator to terminate the treatment if any discomfort occurs.

 

When the device is moved to a specific angle, it gently increases the space between each vertebrae in your spine. This creates a vacuum effect that pulls on the herniated disc, reducing pain and allowing rehydration of the herniated disc.

 

This type of therapy can also be used on a variety of other conditions that cause back or neck pain. It is often a part of a comprehensive pain management program that may include other therapies such as massage, acupuncture, nutritional supplements and physical therapy.

 

If you are interested in learning more about how nonsurgical spinal decompression can help you, book a consultation today with the Milwaukee pain clinic Neurology & Pain Treatment. We look forward to helping you find relief!

 

 

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