Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic Care Valuable for Easing Back Pain

Spinal Decompression & Chiropractic Care Helps Lumbar Issues in Livermore

Back discomfort is a routine problem that affects many men and women of all ages. There are tons of different causes of back pain, but one of the most common is our spinal discs. As we age, our spinal discs lose their flexibility and that can result in discomfort. Thankfully, there is a technique available that can help – spinal decompression therapy.

Spinal Decompression Therapy Explained

Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical treatment method for back discomfort that uses traction to extend the spine. This helps take the pressure off of your spinal discs and lightenss the discomfort. Spinal decompression therapy is generally done on an outpatient basis, which means you can go home after each session.

How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?

The treatment starts with you lying down on a table. The table will then slowly and gently stretch your spine. This stretching action generates negative pressure within your discs, which causes them to bulge and herniate less. As a result; your pain is lighter.

Spinal decompression therapy sessions last about 30 minutes and are usually done 2-3 times weekly. A number of people start to notice results after about 8-12 weeks of treatment.

If you’re suffering from back pain and are interested in a better chance of healing, spinal decompression may be a good treatment option for you. This therapy uses traction to stretch the spine and relieve pressure on the discs, which can help reduce pain. Give Haque Chiropractic Inc. a call today at (925) 960-1960 to schedule an appointment. Haque Chiropractic Inc. is here to answer any questions about non-surgical spinal decompression and how it might help you get relief from back pain in Livermore

  1. chiropractor

    Dr. Anita Haque grew up in Toronto Canada and came to California to pursue her dream of being a chiropractor. After graduating magnum Cum Lade from Cleveland Chiropractic College 2003 in Los Angeles, she moved to the bay area and opened her practice in 2004. She has since then joined forces with Lifestyle Fitness in Livermore to run a full chiropractic, personal training, injury rehab, massage therapy and Cryoskin (new) facility in Livermore.