Spinal decompression is an option for many patients suffering from back pain. According to a report in PainMedicine.com back pain this 80% of Americans at some time in their lives and some cases can develop the Chronic and debilitating conditions. AmericanSpinal.com says non-surgical spinal decompression isn't a new treatment for back pain but continues to be a great tool for both doctors and patients. This decompression procedure uses a mechanical traction device your physician's office and safely stretches your spinal leaving painful pressure built up in your disks. Chiropractor John Boardman who uses non-surgical spinal decompression says: “This is an entirely different treatment from traditional chiropractic adjustments. Many of the patients who are candidates for this procedure have already tried chiropractic, physical therapy, injections and are told they would need surgery." The report in PainMedicineNews.com cited above, state non-surgical treatment for back pain it's beneficial for patients because there is no down time recovery from invasive surgery. Patients can reach instant benefits and get on with their lives. Arizona Pain Specialists Dr.
Chance Moore uses non-surgical spinal decompression at his practice and said that is great option for many patients. “Spinal decompression is actual for patient with a set pain, as was despain, it’s a great non-surgical alternative to take pressure off the disc and it really improves the rate at which your body can help heal those discs. It increases the nutrition and oxygen to the disc as well decreases the inflammation.” Doctor Moore went on to say that while not everyone is candidate for non-surgical spinal decompression. It is a very good option for many patients. Now it’s your turn; we want to hear your thought so please comment below the video and join in on this discussion. For Pain Chronicle I’m Kristen Wesley with your daily dose of pain news brought to you by PainDoctor.com.
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