Decompression is a very effective way to reduce disc misalignment without the use of drugs and surgery. Symptoms from disc trouble can range from headaches, neck pain, shoulder & arm pain as well as low back & sciatic pain. Your pain can vary from dull/achy to very sharp or even stabbing feelings. You can also experience sensations of numbness or tingling.
Contact our Shelby chiropractic office at (586) 731-7730!
The goal of chiropractic care is the detection, treatment, and prevention of these problems. Find out if Spinal Decompression is the answer you’ve been looking for. You’ve got nothing to lose…only your pain!
What Is Spinal Decompression?
Are you suffering with back or neck pain because of a herniated disc, sciatica, a degenerative disc, spinal stenosis or arthritis? Low back pain is more common than you think! Do you experience back, leg, neck, arm, or shoulder pain on a regular basis? You’re not alone! Unfortunately, many pain sufferers have yet to come across an effective answer. You however, have chosen to seek out and find relief, a real answer that to date has been over 86% successful in dealing with chronic, debilitating back pain. If so the answer you are looking for is Spinal Decompression!
Causes of Neck/Back Pain
- Sports injuries
- Repetitive stress
- Spinal nerve condition
- Strains & Sprains
- Everyday activities and events
- Poor Health
- Car accidents
- Poor Posture
- Birth Trauma
Back Pain Symptoms
- Radiating pain in back and neck
- Tingling or weakness in the legs or feet
- Pain over the buttocks, down the back of thigh and into the calf
- Pain in on or both legs
Neck Pain Symptoms
- Radiating pain in neck and shoulders
- Numbness or weakness in arms/fingers
- Pain in on or both arms
- Headaches or heavy head
What Does Spinal Decompression Treatment Consist of?
Decompression is an FDA-registered method of relieving pain and disability by repairing damaged spinal discs and reversing nerve degradation. Following examination by the doctor, a computer-controlled device gently distracts (pulls very slightly apart) your spinal discs. The decompression of the discs lets oxygen and blood flow into the affected areas to speed up healing and relieve pain, allowing the specific discs that are causing your pain to be targeted for correction.