Lasting back and neck pain is not a new concept for the majority of the world populus. Neither are headaches, and even a tingling feeling in your legs and other extremities. But what isn’t always as clear is the options you have to relieve the discomfort. One is to have invasive and costly surgeries that may or may not alleviate your symptoms. Another is an in office visit with a spinal specialist that uses spinal decompression therapy to gently and carefully stretch the spine to allow healing to begin. 

How Spinal Decompression Works

Life is filled with constant movement. Between your home life and your work, you put your body through a lot of strenuous activity. Spinal compression can be caused by pulling, lifting, bending and twisting. Over time, the wear and tear causes pressure to build on the bundle of nerves, or spinal cord, that sends the messages from the brain to the muscles and nerves. Other more traumatic events like car accidents can cause an acceleration or even instant impact upon the compression your spine is under. Other less common conditions are scoliosis, spinal tumors, and bone diseases. 

Spinal Decompression Therapy uses the latest motorized traction technology to target the spine and alleviate the pressure the spinal discs and nerves are under. You remain clothed and lay in a relaxed position. The machine gently manipulates your lower half to contract and relax the spine through the use of a harness. This allows for oxygen, water, and nutrient-rich fluids to reach the disk and begin repairing the damage. It can also allow for any misaligned segments to begin to shift back to proper positioning. The best part? It has a 96% success rate and is virtually painless.

What Is Spinal Decompression

What Can Spinal Decompression Treat?

Though the most common use is in fact neck and back pain, Spinal Decompression Therapy is also ideal for a multitude of common issues:

  • Headaches
  • Stiffness in neck, back and lower back
  • Burning pain that spreads to arms, buttocks, and legs
  • Damaged or Deteriorating Discs 
  • Herniated or Bulging Discs
  • Pain, weakness, or tingling that extend to your legs (Sciatica)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Pain caused by Injured or diseased spinal nerve roots
  • Pain caused by Rheumatoid Arthritis

Though far from being a complete list, these issues and more are overlooked on a daily basis. Luckily, we now have access to a convenient way to overcome these constantly disruptive aches and pains and get back to enjoying ourselves and our family. With Spinal Decompression Therapy, there is no need to put your life on hold for surgery and all that comes along with it. You work with your doctor and find a time that best fits your medical needs while still being able to work, play, and take care of your loved ones.

Spinal Decompression In Keller, Texas

It’s a lot of information to take in when you are researching Spinal Decompression Therapy. Sometimes it’s just not enough to comb the internet and read what you can find. The good news is, Keller Disc and Spine is here waiting for you. Dr. Gray has been serving the Keller community for over 25 years and has helped relieve the suffering of over 20,000 patients. His specialties reside in helping the more difficult cases and thrives when he knows he is assisting others. Whether it’s simple or complicated, we are one phone call away. Additionally, you can contact us online today to schedule an appointment to learn more.