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Schedule a consultation with our Chiropractor today. We follow a personalized approach for each patient because everyone’s body is different. During the consultation, expect to answer questions about your health habits, physical problems, and other related questions. Getting to the root cause helps us identify a personalized plan and achieve the best results without the pain. The treatment will cater to the main problem, prevention, healthier lifestyle, and overall improvement of the body’s functionality.

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Decompression for back

Decompression for the back is also known as spinal decompression. A voluntary computer-aided procedure that helps treats the symptoms of lower back and neck pain from bulging, degenerated, herniated, and slipped disc. The process is standard and done for more than ten years since cleared and allowed by professionals.

The most common condition that decompression therapy treats are the following symptoms and conditions.

  • Back pain

  • Neck pain

  • Degenerative disk problems

  • Bulging or herniated disc

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Sciatica

  • Post-surgical pain

Qualifications for Decompression Therapy Treatment

Remember that advice from a doctor will help us decide if we can undergo decompression therapy treatment. The following problems and conditions are qualified for spinal decompression procedure.

  1. Diagnosis of a bulging degenerated disc, or herniated disc

  2. Back pain which is persisting for more than three weeks

  3. Persistent pain because of arthritis

  4. Recurrent pain caused by failed back surgery of more than six months

  5. The patient should be 18 years of age as children’s bones are known fragile.

The following conditions are not qualified to undergo spinal decompression. There are sets of contraindications that we need to follow to avoid untoward incidence. If you have the following prerequisites, you are not qualified.

  1. Pregnancy

  2. Recent compression fractrure

  3. Pathologic aortic aneurysm

  4. Hardware in the spine such as screws and rods

  5. Pelvic or abdominal cancer

  6. Disc space infections

  7. Metastatic cancer

  8. Prior lumbar surgery for less than six months

Standard spinal decompression therapy is consists of about 12-20 sessions divided into four to six weeks. The frequency and the number of sessions will always depend on the condition; some require fewer, while others need more. According to the survey, many patients claim relief from their pains after the first few treatments, and those who suffer from severe pain, relief after completing the entire number of sessions.

There are rare records of patients who experience side effects after the treatment, and most do not. The most common side effect is achy and soreness for the first two weeks as the body is still adjusting to being stretched and decompressed. In short, spinal decompression therapy is safe and comfortable. If a patient experiences any increase of pain and discomforts during and after the treatment, it should stop and advise to see a doctor.

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If you are suffering severe pains that cause discomforts and seeking an alternative solution, Decompression Therapy Reno is just a call away. You can visit us directly or call us. One of our representatives will assist you further with your questions and inquiries. Call us now and avail of our latest offers.

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