Spinal Decompression Therapy is a Highly Effective Non-Surgical Therapy Option for Back Pain, Herniated Discs, Bulging Discs, Neck Pain / Whiplash, Sciatica and More!
Spinal Decompression in Lafayette, LA: Is your back or neck pain causing you to lose work, limit your leisure activities or even consider surgery? Have you tried different treatments and nothing has worked yet? Have you been told to learn to live with the pain or been forced to rely on drugs for relief?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time you asked about spinal decompression therapy. Do you suffer from chronic back, neck, leg or arm pain? Come discover why many doctors consider this the most advanced and successful non-invasive treatment for serious back, neck, leg and arm pain.
Spinal decompression is a proven treatment for the relief of lower back pain. With an up to 86% success rate, thousands of patients have experienced dramatic pain relief and healing.
Spinal Decompression Therapy is an Innovative Approach for the Relief of Lower Back & Neck Syndromes Including
- Herniated or Bulging Discs
- Whiplash, Car Accident Injuries
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Posterior Facet Syndrome
- Acute or Chronic Back Pain
Spinal Decompression Alleviates Pressure and Elongates the Spine:
Spinal Decompression at Hargrave Chiropractic is nonsurgical and painless. The treatment involves stretching of the spine and can improve posture, flexibility and daily living. It works by creating space and lowering pressure in the discs to cause an influx of healing nutrients and other substances into the disc that are important for improving functions of the body.
This lower back treatment allows the body to stretch in a different way that the patient would be unable to do at their home. After spinal decompression, patients will feel elongated and relaxed. Other therapies may be combined with spinal decompression, such as chiropractic adjustments, cold laser therapy, kinesio taping, myofascial releases therapy, diet recommendations and exercises depending on the patient.