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Spinal Decompression Therapy

Traction of the spine is nothing new. History reveals that the Greek physician Aristotle used different forms of spinal traction to relieve various musculoskeletal ailments. The medical community has employed classic medical traction for many years to attempt to remove pressure on nerves in the neck and back.

The term “non-surgical spinal decompression traction” is actually a relatively new term describing a similar concept. The nerves in and around the spine only have so much room to function normally. Pressure on these nerves can cause sciatica, radiculopathy, nerve pain, and even mimic muscle pain. Pressure typically occurs when the nerve is compressed by bone, herniated discs or even swelling and inflammation. Spinal decompression is effective by removing the pressure from the nerve by specifically targeting the misaligned bone or disc.

Non-Surgical Spinal decompression is an effective form of treatment for neck pain, back pain, disc herniations, sciatica, spinal stenosis, nerve pain, and more. Our chiropractic and physical therapy specialists in Wall, New Jersey, have been treating patients using non-surgical spinal decompression therapy for years. 

The concept is simple: by gently providing computerized mechanical traction to specific areas in and around the spine which removes pressure from nerves thereby relieving pain and in some cases fixing the problem.

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Computerized Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Traction: Effective Relief for Spinal Conditions at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation

Understanding Spinal Decompression Traction

Spinal decompression traction is a non-surgical therapy that utilizes computer-controlled technology to deliver precise and controlled stretching forces to the spine. This therapy is designed to create negative pressure within the affected area, relieving pressure on the spinal discs, nerves, and other structures. By gently separating the vertebrae, spinal decompression traction allows for the retraction of herniated or bulging discs, reduces nerve compression, and promotes the flow of oxygen, nutrients, and fluid into the spinal discs.

The Benefits of Computerized Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Traction

Computerized non-surgical spinal decompression traction offers a range of benefits for individuals suffering from spinal conditions. Here are some of the key advantages of this therapy:

1. Non-Invasive and Safe: Computerized spinal decompression traction is a non-invasive treatment option that does not involve surgery, injections, or medications. It provides a safe and effective alternative to invasive procedures for individuals seeking relief from spinal conditions.

2. Targeted Relief: This therapy specifically targets the affected area, allowing for precise decompression and stretching of the spine. By focusing on the root cause of the spinal condition, computerized spinal decompression traction can provide targeted relief and promote healing.

3. Pain Reduction: Spinal decompression traction can effectively alleviate pain associated with spinal conditions such as herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and spinal stenosis. By reducing pressure on the nerves and promoting proper spinal alignment, this therapy can significantly reduce pain and discomfort.

4. Improved Function and Mobility: By reducing nerve compression and promoting healing, computerized spinal decompression traction can improve spinal function and mobility. This can lead to increased range of motion, better posture, and enhanced overall quality of life.

5. Non-Surgical Alternative: Computerized spinal decompression traction provides a non-surgical alternative to individuals who may not be suitable candidates for surgery or prefer a conservative approach to their spinal condition. It allows for effective treatment without the risks and recovery time associated with surgery.

Experience Effective Relief at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation

At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, our experienced professionals are dedicated to providing effective relief for individuals suffering from spinal conditions. Our state-of-the-art computerized non-surgical spinal decompression traction technology, combined with our expertise in spinal care, allows us to deliver optimal results for our patients.

During your treatment sessions, our team will closely monitor your progress and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a personalized and effective treatment plan. We also take a comprehensive approach to your care by combining spinal decompression traction with other therapies such as chiropractic care, physical therapy, and acupuncture, to provide a holistic and well-rounded treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

If you are seeking relief from a spinal condition and would like to explore the benefits of computerized non-surgical spinal decompression traction, contact us at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation today. Our compassionate team is ready to evaluate your condition, answer any questions you may have, and guide you towards a path of pain-free living and improved spinal health.

We treat many conditions with Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Traction Therapy.

Some of the conditions we treat include:

If you don’t see your condition on this list and would like to know if Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Traction Therapy is right for you, contact us now to schedule your complimentary consultation.

How Can We Help?

If you are searching for Spinal Decompression Therapy in the Wall, NJ area or wondering if it can help you, give Monmouth Pain a call for more information. Our licensed chiropractors and Physical Therapists can answer any questions you may have before your treatment. Even if you would like to simply have a consultation to see if we are a right fit for you, contact us and we will accommodate your request and answer all of your questions.

We are here to assist you in meeting your goals.  Call us today for a free consultation ($245 value) at 732-345-1377 or schedule an appointment that works best for you!

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