Spinal Decompression For Back Pain Relief

Spinal Decompression Therapy is also known as traction. This type of therapy is used to treat back pain and other musculoskeletal complaints. Spinal decompression is a minimally invasive surgical technique designed to alleviate tension on the spinal column or on one or several compressed vertebral roots passing through or leaving the spine. Decompression of these spinal roots is an important factor in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS), myelopathy and osteoarthritis. If you are looking for more tips, check out Synergy Institute Acupuncture & Chiropractic-Naperville Spinal Decompression.
Spinal decompression relieves pain by normalizing and realigning the spine, increasing the pressure on damaged and degenerated discs, relieving pressure on nerves and stabilizing the intervertebral discs. This results in decreased inflammation and a decreased blood pressure. Spinal decompression improves the quality of life for those who undergo it.
Spinal decompression has two major benefits: it reduces disc herniation and provides a therapeutic benefit by reducing spinal instability. Most people suffering from bulging or herniated discs suffer from at least some degree of instability. This instability produces an increased amount of stress on the discs. Spinal decompression releases much of this negative pressure, relieving symptoms and improving overall posture and bodily function. Spinal decompression can be performed on patients with bulging or degenerated discs; however, it should not be used on patients without these conditions.