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Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression

Palm Desert Chiropractic is excited to announce that we now offer spinal decompression therapy utilizing the Ergo-Flex Back on Trac spinal decompression table. The Back on Trac system offers spinal decompression from a seated position without all the cumbersome restraints and belts that patients hate.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression can help treat and relieve pain through a gentle pulling motion to the spine. By creating repetitive elongation and traction to the spine, the disc height is lengthened. This decompression creates a vacuum effect and draws in fluids which brings elasticity back to the spine and re-hydrates the discs. The entire process takes the pressure off the nerves in the spine, reduces pain, and restores motion to the spine. Visit our office in Palm Desert to schedule your first visit.

Spinal Decompression Q & A

What is does non-surgical spinal decompression treat?

Non-surgical spinal decompression has had great success in providing relief from conditions such as Pinched Nerves, Bulging Discs, Disc Herniations, Sciatica, Disc Degeneration Disease, Spinal Stenosis, and Facet Syndrome. The procedure is very relaxing and often completely pain free - many patients fall asleep during the course of the treatment.

What does non-surgical spinal decompression feel like?

Non-surgical spinal decompression is an overall relaxing treatment. It begins slowly while gently building the pulling pressure, creating a sense of relief in the spine. After the treatment begins, many patients relax and close their eyes for a little nap.

How long does the non-surgical spinal decompression treatment last?

Every care plan is individualized to each patient and before the treatment plan begins, you will meet directly with the doctor to go over the best care plan. Each spinal decompression session lasts around 10-15 minutes and a full course of treatments usually consists of 24 to 36 total visits.

Patients with sciatica, herniated, degenerative or bulging discs have tried many things to help their symptoms. Some of the more common attempted therapies are chiropractic manipulations, medications, physical therapy, injections, non-surgical spinal decompression therapy, and even surgeries.

The therapies and procedures listed below, have been tried by many of our patients before they made the choice to visit our office.

  • Physical Therapy
  • Laminectomy
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Chiropractic
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage therapy
  • Discectomy
  • Epidural Injections
  • Facet Block
  • Pain Medications

Give our office a call today to see if spinal decompression is right for you.

(760) 636-1540