Spinal Decompression Therapy

Are you suffering from neck pain, back pain, pinched nerves or sciatic leg pain?  Thousands of people have found relief from spinal decompression therapy and have been able to return back to their normal daily activities.  Many individuals have avoided surgery with safe and effective spinal decompression therapy.

What is spinal decompression therapy?  Why do physicians recommend this treatment first before considering surgery as an option? 

Spinal decompression therapy is a safe, non-invasive, pain free, drug free treatment of the spine.   It is used to treat various conditions of the spine such as:

  • Herniated or bulging discs
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Sciatica
  • Facet syndrome
  • Spondylosis
  • Failed spinal surgery

Decompression Therapy gently stretches the spine, relieving pressure from the discs, joints and muscular tissues, while enhancing the body’s natural healing process.  It is computer based with various programs and settings to choose from which allows for optimal treatment dependent on your symptoms and condition.  It involves gradual unloading of the spine, cycling between brief moments of gentle and painless pulling and rest to improve blood flow and important nutrient exchange to the injured area.

Spinal Decompression Therapy is used in combination with other forms of treatments depending on your condition such as laser therapy, electrotherapy and ultrasound therapy and a personalized core exercise program in order to achieve excellent results.

If you are suffering from a degenerated or herniated disc and have significant amount of pain that is limiting your daily function make sure to explore all your options as spinal decompression therapy has helped thousands of people without having to risk surgery.

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If you would like to learn more about this type of treatment and see if this is right for you, drop by our  Burnaby physiotherapy clinic , send us  an email, contact us at 604-558-(CARE) 2273 or click here to request a consultation with our highly qualified physiotherapists