Tens of millions of people suffer from chronic back pain, and they often resolve this issue through invasive surgical procedures.
However, after decades of research and development, different treatments have emerged that can help individuals manage and resolve back pain through minimally invasive procedures. One of those ways is spinal decompression.
Here’s how spinal decompression can help you manage your back pain issues:
It Reduces Nerve Pain
During the spinal decompression procedure, the machine works to bring your spine back to its correct position. As the spine’s discs start shifting into their original place, they stop putting pressure against the nerves.
This can lead to a sudden relief in pain and create a higher level of comfort in daily life.
It Can Prevent Surgery
After the machine moves your spinal discs back into their original positions, the doctor assesses your back during every session to ensure that the discs stay in place.
If, after a few sessions, the discs continue to remain intact in their original positions, then a surgical procedure may not be required, thus saving you from the additional expenses and pain.
At the very least, spinal decompression can help postpone the surgery and reduce the extent of the work needed to be done.
It Works With Other Treatments
Along with spinal decompression, your doctor may advise certain other therapies that complement the treatment and thus help you recover faster. These include:
- Sessions with chiropractic specialists
- Home remedies
- Heat and cold therapies
It Can Help Solve Several Issues
While one of the benefits of spinal decompression is its ability to alleviate chronic back pain issues, it can also help with other issues that persist in one’s back and neck.
Some of these include:
- Sciatic nerve pain
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated discs
- Infected nerves
- Facet joint syndrome
All of these issues that can lead to permanent damage down the line if they’re not dealt with properly and in a timely manner.
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