Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression – Culver City, CA
A Noninvasive Way to Stop Back Pain
Back pain can be linked to any number of conditions, but regardless of the cause, it’s easy to see how disruptive it can be if you’re forced to deal with it every day of your life. You may not be able to participate in some of your favorite activities, and you’ll find that your overall mood starts to suffer. If you want to escape from back pain while avoiding invasive surgery, call our office today; Dr. Rozenberg can alleviate the pain connected to a variety of back problems through non-surgical spinal decompression in our Culver City, CA office.
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What is Spinal Decompression?
Many forms of back pain are connected to compression of the discs and nerves in your spine. When they’re under an excessive amount of pressure, you can suffer from various forms of discomfort. Spinal decompression simply involves gently stretching the spine to take some of the pressure off the affected discs and nerves. This noninvasive approach can be used to treat all kinds of conditions, including:
Bulging or herniated discs
Degenerative disc disease
Worn spinal joints
Damaged spinal nerve roots
How Does It Work?
You’ll be fitted with a special harness around your pelvis and trunk. Once the equipment is in place, you’ll be asked to lie down on a special table controlled by a computer. The lower half of the table can move while the upper part stays in a fixed position. Over the course of treatment, the lower part of the table will slide back and forth, thus intermittently stretching and relaxing your spine. The treatment may last about 30 to 45 minutes at a time, and you’ll need to return to our office multiple times over the course of several weeks for additional appointments.
Benefits of Spinal Decompression
Decompressing the spine has several benefits. First of all, by relieving some of the pressure on the spinal discs, it allows some of the fluid they contain to return to the center. This improves their ability to cushion the vertebrae and encourages bulging discs to return to their original shape. Generally speaking, the goal of spinal decompression is to relieve pain and restore the back’s ability to function naturally; it also encourages the healing of areas that have already been damaged.