wexford Pennsylvania spinal decompression Clinic
Spinal decompression is a chiropractic technique that is used to cure back pain and other related symptoms.
Back Pain can disrupt your life and often inhibits your normal way of living when things act up.
Fortunately, our chiropractor Wexford Pa offers spinal decompression therapy to help you avoid spinal surgery.
Nonsurgical spinal decompression offered in our office comes in the form of motorized traction FDA approved therapy called Vax D or vertebral axial decompression.
Spinal decompression occurs by a series of small movements on our FDA medical grade VAX-D decompression table that is computerized to target your specific spinal compression.
As the motorized spinal traction works, it gently stretches the spine and releases the pressure between the spinal disks which allows the nerves to release and creates a negative pressure in the disc to where it is no longer compressed.
Spinal decompression is used to help treat or cure herniated disks, bulging disks and takes significant pressure off of the spine and other structures.
As a result of spinal decompression therapy, the movement of essential molecules is increased and healing is more likely to occur.
Non surgical spinal decompression is often used to treat:
Spinal decompression helps you treat your back pain without spinal injections, spinal surgery or general anesthesia.
Spinal decompression uses a specialized decompression table that utilizes a computerized decompression therapy program to help heal your back.
Our decompression therapy may include:
VAX - D Decompression Therapy is completed while you are fully clothed.
A harness is placed on your pelvic region and around your trunk region while you are lying face down or up depending on the specific spinal decompression treatment prescribed.
The decompression therapy program is then run through a series of computerized instructions specific to you particular needs as a patient.
Spinal decompression therapy in our Wexford PA Chiropractic Office may last 30 to 45 minutes and you may need several treatments depending on the severity of your disc injury or disease.