Chiropractic Associates offers nonsurgical spinal decompression therapy. Our high-tech form of mechanical traction is a highly successful, nonsurgical alternative procedure for relieving pain in your lower back, neck, leg, and arm.
Spinal decompression therapy is an effective treatment for herniated or bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, sciatica, postsurgical problems, and spinal stenosis.
Call Chiropractic Associates at 903-785-5551 to schedule an appointment for treatment!
Spinal decompression therapy is a modern, high-tech, nonsurgical traction procedure that's used to effectively treat disabling pain in your lower back and neck, as well as radiating pain in your legs and arms.
This kind of traction is extremely successful in relieving pain associated with disc herniation, degenerative discs, and posterior facet syndromes. Traction, distraction, and positioning are utilized to decompress your spinal discs and facet joints.
Spinal decompression therapy improves the healing process and provides fast and effective pain relief, which allows you to return to your more active lifestyle!
Prominent physicians, engineers, and technicians at major teaching hospitals conducted the research required to develop this procedure.
Does your doctor suggest surgery, pain management, or physical therapy? Call Chiropractic Associates at 903-785-5551 for a consultation, so you can see if you qualify for spinal decompression therapy.
The Chattanooga Spinal Decompression system we use is approved by the FDA and has been clinically proven with a very high success rate for the pain and symptoms associated with herniated and bulging discs, even after failed back surgery!
Research shows that the disc is responsible for a huge number of lumbar / leg pain and neck / arm pain syndromes. Compression increases internal disc pressure, which leads to the possible protrusion, herniation, and bulging of disc material.
When spinal decompression therapy is used in conjunction with our additional treatment modalities, it can effectively relieve the pain and disability that results from disc injury and degeneration. This helps heal your damaged discs and reverse dystrophic changes in your nerves.
Spinal decompression treats the functional and mechanical aspects of disc pain through the nonsurgical traction (decompression) of spinal discs.
Clinical studies verify that spinal decompression causes a significant reduction of internal disc pressures, which leads to the nonsurgical traction of the disc and nerve foot.
Older, conventional traction hasn't been shown to reduce internal disc pressure. In fact, many older traction devices end up increasing internal disc pressure, probably due to reflex muscle spasm.