Spinal Decompression Fishers, IN

Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression can be used to relieve peripheral radiation/sciatica and pain associated with protruding discs, bulging discs, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, posterior facet syndrome, degenerative joint disease, as well as other conditions. Research points to the beneficial effects of traction because it can distract joint surfaces, reduce protrusions of nuclear discal material, stretch soft tissue muscles, and mobilize joints. These effects result in pain relief.

At our practice, our number one goal is to help you achieve your best health possible. At times, that can mean going beyond chiropractic care and into other modalities that can help restore your health.

Our team is proud to offer non-surgical spinal decompression in Fishers. The goal is to get you well and keep you well for the long haul.

What is Spinal Decompression?
To understand why spinal decompression works, let’s first discuss your discs. Between the discs of your spine are fluid-filled sacs. These sacs aid in your movement and flexibility. When the sacs become dehydrated, injuries can ensue. Proper disc movement is essential for nerve flow, and when your nerves aren’t flowing correctly, dis-ease is rampant.

Spinal decompression therapy is designed to help create space between your discs. This allows the fluid-filled sacs to function as they were designed. This process is known as osmosis. As the discs are stretched and squeezed, fluid enters the space.

The result? A healthy, functioning disc.

Spinal decompression can benefit a variety of conditions, including disc problems (degenerative and herniated), low back pain, neck problems, and pinched nerves among others.

At our practice, we offer a comfortable spinal decompression table for patients to relax while the session takes place. After just a few minutes, patients are free to walk out the door and return to their daily activities. There is no pain associated with a session—most find it extremely relaxing.

Schedule Your Visit
If you’re wondering whether or not you’re a candidate for spinal decompression, contact us to make an appointment. We’ll perform an in-depth analysis of your spine and body, designing the ultimate care plan for your specific needs.

We look forward to welcoming you to the practice and helping you achieve your goals in health!

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