What is Decompression?
Nonsurgical spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine, a type of motorized traction that will help relieve back pain and create a negative pressure to heal the disc.
Decompression heals by creating negative pressure. Decompression creates negative pressure within the disc, referred to as intra-discal pressure.
This pressure creates a vacuum that draws the bulging or herniated disc material back into the disc and allows for oxygen and blood flow to return to the affected areas to speed up healing and reduce pain.
- Back pain symptoms
- Radiating pain in back & neck
- Numbness tingling or weakness in the legs or feet
- Pain over the buttocks, down the back of the thigh and into the calf
- Pain in one or both legs