Millions of people are suffering from backaches.
Are you one of those people?
If so, you know how this type of pain can be debilitating.
When the pain is so bad that you can’t even function without hurting, are you bound for surgery? Needless to say.
Your Reco Spinal Centre can help with decompression therapy to ease your pain.
Can Your Reco Spinal Centre help you avoid Decompression Therapy Surgery?
Any type of disk degeneration is one of the key reasons people end up with back pain, including herniated or ruptured discs.
The disc protrudes from between the vertebra when you have a herniated disk, which stimulates the spinal nerves, causing pain. Going around makes it worse as the vertebrae put the disk under pressure.
For years the only thing that could take care of the pain seemed to have been back surgery.
The success rate for back surgery was, sadly, not the highest for many years. While surgical techniques have changed over time, this does not mean that people want surgery.
There’s another way: non-surgical decompression of the spinal cord
Decompression therapy uses a table, harness, computer, and pulley system to stretch the spine gently. This reduces the strain on the disks, resulting in less discomfort.
Regular decompression therapy with the spinal cord can help you delay or even avoid the need for back surgery.
Your Chiropractors in Reco Spinal Centre will choose the best treatment for your needs
Was spinal decompression non-surgical for you right? Depends on that. The best answer to this question is your chiropractic team at Reco Spinal Centre
assesses Reco Spinal Centre the condition carefully and takes the time to complete the assessments and get a correct diagnosis.
When they have this, they must develop a recovery plan that could involve several procedures, including decompression of the spinal cord.
One thing you can be positive about – the care plan they develop will be customized to suit your particular needs.
Sick of struggling with back pain? Contact us at
0117 925 2886 to schedule an appointment.