Back In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Offers Spinal Decompression to Eliminate Pain and Avoid SurgeryBack In Line Chiropractic in Dallas GA Offers Spinal Decompression to Eliminate Pain and Avoid SurgeryDr. Bense, DC, provides spinal decompression therapy as a natural, painless alternative to habit-forming medications and risky surgery.
Dallas, GA - April 20, 2020 - Dr. LaDonna Bense, DC, of Back In Line Chiropractic provides spinal decompression to alleviate pain and help patients avoid invasive procedures.
When people suffer from bulging or herniated spinal discs, the soft material contained within them begins to move beyond its normal parameters, crowding the space occupied by sensitive nerves and other structures. When nerves become compressed, patients usually experience tremendous pain. To combat the problem, traditional doctors often resort to prescription painkillers or even surgery. Both solutions frequently do not go far enough to provide long-lasting relief, as they merely allow for symptom-management, without getting to the root cause.
Decompression therapy provides a natural alternative to potentially habit-forming drugs and risky surgery. This modality involves the use of a motorized traction table that alternately stretches and relaxes the back. This process creates negative pressure within the discs, which is believed to restore their jellylike material to its normal position. Additionally, reducing the pressure within discs brings an influx of nutrients that accelerates recovery.
While undergoing spinal decompression, patients lie on the table with a harness attached to their hips. The harness is connected to the lower end of the table, which moves back and forth to alleviate compressed discs. The procedure is painless and so comfortable that some patients fall asleep during therapy.
The number of sessions required to restore spinal health depends on the condition or injury. Chiropractors often recommend anywhere from 15 to 30 appointments, and each one lasts 30-45 minutes. Decompression is frequently provided in conjunction with other chiropractic therapies, such as heat or cold therapy, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound. Patients may be given an exercise routine to do at home between appointments to strengthen the back and optimize the benefits of chiropractic care.
Non-surgical disc compression is recommended for conditions associated with bulging or herniated discs, and sometimes sciatica. To learn more about spinal decompression in Dallas, GA, visit https://www.yourbackinlinenow.com/, or contact the clinic:
Back in Line Chiropractic
110 Evans Mill Drive, Ste. website 105
Dallas, GA 30157