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Spinal Traction-Decompression in Middleburg: Effective Pain Management Treatment

Spinal traction or spinal decompression therapy in Middleburg is a form of treatment that reduces pressure on the spine, including the spinal discs and nerves.

Spring Chiropractic offers several different types of spinal decompression therapy. For the neck, there is the (3 1/2") cervical roll and the seated cervical axial traction techniques. For the low back, there is the prone lying flexed table, the SOT technique, and the full'spine intersegmental roller table that's available.

Is this form of treatment right for you?

Conditions We Can Treat Using Spinal Decompression in Middleburg

We can use spinal decompression-traction to treat a variety of conditions, like bulging or herniated discs of the neck, mid back or low back caused by a car accident.

Other conditions that have been shown to improve with regular decompression therapy include:

  • Sciatica pain

  • Pinched nerves

  • Bulging discs

  • Herniated discs

  • Degenerative disc disease

  • Spinal nerve root injuries.

Decompression puts negative pressure on the spine – in essence, it reverses the downward gravitational pressure on your spine. Pressure can irritate the soft tissue of the nerves and discs, leading to inflammation and pain, and eventually, long-term damage.

Our patients are happy when they receive spinal decompression in Middleburg because it not only reduces their pain significantly, but it also reduces their:

  • Use of anti-inflammatory medication

  • Need for invasive surgery

  • Need for steroid injections.

What You Can Expect at Your Decompression Appointment

Decompression therapy is a form of non-surgical, motorized traction. Don’t worry – it’s not painful. Instead, you’ll feel relief from the pain you’re regularly experiencing.

During your appointment, you’ll either lay down on a table or sit up in a chair. Our team will then control the level of stretching you receive based on your needs. A treatment session lasts for approximately 10-30 minutes.

Decompression therapy is a good option for most patients as it is non-invasive and relatively pain-free.

Are you interested in learning more about decompression therapy? Contact us at 904-276-5525 to schedule an appointment. During the evaluation, we’ll discover if this form of treatment is the right fit for your needs.