Spinal Decompression Therapy
Spinal Decompression Therapy in Tucker, GA
Pain associated with a bulging disc or herniated disc is often the result of gradual wear and tear to the spine. Due to abnormal stresses, either sudden or over time, the disc can degenerate to the point where the soft, jelly-like cushions between each vertebra, known as the nucleus pulposus, push out its casing, causing a bulged disc.
The spine houses the body’s nervous system, so a bulging disc can not only send pain but also impact the function of any area of your body. For those suffering a herniated disc, even activities such as sitting, bending, walking, and twisting may become excruciating. Pain can shoot through the legs, groin, arms, or neck causing severe impact on normal daily life and movement. Some of the leading causes of a bulging or degenerated disc include:
- Loss of the normal spinal curves
- Poor posture
- Repetitive-stress syndrome
- Car accidents or other trauma
- Improper lifting practices
- Sports injury, trauma or falls
Safe & Natural Herniated Disc Treatment
If you are suffering from these issues and looking to understand how to decompress the spine, nonsurgical disc treatment is a viable option. Spinal decompression therapy works by gently stretching the spine, which will change the position of the spine, taking pressure off the spinal discs. As a result, bulging or herniated discs may retract, taking pressure off nerves and other structures in your spine. But, not all spinal decompression is the same.
The chiropractors at Complete Spine Solutions (CSS) have not only studied traditional chiropractic care but are among a small growing community of certified CBP spinal doctors who practice around the globe. Let our doctors determine if disc decompression therapy is right for you, start spinal decompression today.
Walk-in Chiropractic Care Services in Tucker, GA
At CSS, we utilize state-of-the-art, nonsurgical healing processes that boost your body’s immune system to promote new cell growth. After an initial consultation and spinal assessment, including our low-radiation, high-tech, digital x-ray scanner software, our CBP practitioners can determine if spinal corrective, disc decompression therapy is right for you.
A treatment program to alleviate pain associated with a bulging disc may include infrared Class IV Laser Therapy in addition to spinal rehabilitation exercises. We offer targeted degenerative disc disease treatment, alongside personalized spondylolisthesis exercises (when applicable). Every patient is provided with home exercises to get the best short and long-term results. Schedule your spine decompression appointment today.
Not All Spinal Decompression Therapy is the Same
With traditional disc decompression therapy, where the underlying structural problems are not corrected, discs often continue to compress following treatment. This is what most spinal decompression usually offers. Our unique approach focuses on restoring your spine to its ideal shape and position, thus permanently decompressing the discs, ensuring long-term relief beyond your treatment.
While most spinal decompression focuses on a Y-axis (long axis, straight) pull, this may provide short-term relief but this elongation stretch will rarely last when treatment ends. In addition, this can often be the wrong treatment for lasting relief. However, long-term, permanent spinal decompression is now available. This is done through our targeted, specific, spinal structural change protocol called Spinal Correction.
In a normal structural position, your discs won’t have abnormal, premature wear and tear. Your spine is designed to last a lifetime in a normal position. The problem is that life happens, and our spine gets “bent out of shape”. Just like components of a car that wear down prematurely, our discs wear down prematurely when it’s out of shape.
The question is do you want a bandaid? Or do you want your discs to stop getting worse and even to heal permanently? With our unique CBP Spinal Correction protocol, your discs permanently get the pressure off and can often recover to a normal size and shape. Without drugs or surgery.
Say Goodbye to Chronic Pain with CBP©
At CSS, we don’t just offer chiropractic services; we specialize in Advanced Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP). Unlike conventional methods, CBP aims to improve your spinal structure and posture, as they are the foundation of your overall health. Our CBP practitioners in Tucker, GA, are CBP-certified and dedicated to delivering results that go beyond the temporary fixes.
Chiropractic BioPhysics© blends physics, geometry, and a deep understanding of human biology. Our clinically advanced approach is published in a greater number of scientific medical journals compared to any other chiropractic method. If you’re suffering from chronic pain, our CBP protocol can identify and address the root cause. By correcting and stabilizing your spinal structure, we eliminate the need for surgery, painkillers, and prevent degenerative diseases. We can offer various Spondylolisthesis treatment options and pain management techniques, and our treatments are effective alternatives to back surgery for herniated disc relief.
When your spine is compromised, it affects your bones, discs, and nerves, leading to physical, and physiologic issues and pain. Our customized CBP treatment focuses on corrective spinal adjustments, targeted exercises, and personalized traction protocols to gently move your spine toward normal positioning resulting in lasting disc decompression. Our experienced practitioners will determine how CBP can help you live your very best life—without relying on drugs or surgical procedures that may have detrimental long-term effects. Take the first step toward lasting relief and optimal health—get started now!
Frequently Asked Questions About Spinal Decompression Therapy
What conditions can spinal decompression therapy help with?
Spinal decompression therapy is commonly used to treat conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and facet syndrome. It aims to relieve pressure on the spinal discs, allowing them to retract and alleviate associated pain.
Is spinal decompression therapy suitable for everyone?
Spinal decompression therapy may not be suitable for everyone. Determining candidacy requires a comprehensive examination, including standing, upright x-rays, for each patient before initiating this treatment.
What does spinal decompression feel like? Is it painful?
Spinal decompression therapy is generally a comfortable and non-invasive procedure. Patients may feel a deep, gentle stretching sensation, but it is designed to be a relaxing, life-changing experience. The goal is to reduce pain, change your structure, take stress off your spine and nervous system, and promote healing.
Does disc decompression therapy help herniated discs?
Corrective chiropractic disc decompression therapy is a remarkable non-surgical program designed to treat bulging and herniated discs, delivering impressive and enduring pain relief. Herniated discs often result from structural stress on the disc. Our decompression therapy not only accelerates recovery from herniated discs but also precisely targets and eliminates the underlying structural stress. While many clinics stop at symptom relief, we go the extra mile by addressing ongoing structural issues, paving the way for sustained healing. Discover if disc decompression therapy is the right solution for you—reach out to our expert doctors today.
Can spinal decompression therapy cause damage?
Our CBP Spinal disc decompression, the form of spinal decompression therapy we offer, is entirely safe and does not cause any harm to the nervous system, spine, or discs. To determine the suitability of non-surgical spinal decompression, individuals typically undergo standing upright X-rays and sometimes an MRI. Rest assured, our approach prioritizes your safety and well-being. Contact us to explore whether non-surgical, corrective spinal decompression is the right choice for you.
How long does it take for spinal decompression to work?
Experience the benefits of spinal decompression therapy, as each session lasts approximately 30 minutes. Remarkably, some patients report improvement after just the first session, although a series of sessions is often recommended for optimal results. Discover the potential for relief and well-being with our spinal decompression therapy.
Specialized Chiropractic Services
We treat a wide range of conditions, using highly effective approaches based on scientific research and over 30 years of practical experience.