Spinal decompression removes pressure from the specific nerve roots at the source of your pain for rapid healing and symptom improvement. At MiSpine Chiropractic in Dearborn, Michigan, chiropractor Mohamed Raychouni, DC, provides decompression therapy alongside other chiropractic adjustments to reduce back or neck pain. Call MiSpine Chiropractic or schedule an appointment online for more information today.
Spinal decompression is a beneficial chiropractic technique for fighting back or neck pain. It also improves referred pain caused by nerve compression around your spine.
During the procedure, Dr. Raychouni places a small amount of traction on your back at the top and bottom of your spine at the same time. He can then stretch the vertebrae apart, which removes pressure from pinched nerves.
Beyond alleviating nerve compression, decompression also helps separate vertebrae that are too close together and place pressure on each other. This is a common cause of compression fractures, which can cause long-term back or neck pain.
Spinal decompression therapy is often recommended alongside other chiropractic treatments and services, including various adjustment techniques, massage therapy, and cold laser therapy. It can benefit many spinal conditions that tend to cause pain in your neck and back and many that cause referred pain because of nerve root compression.
You might benefit from decompression at MiSpine Chiropractic if you have the following:
Dr. Raychouni offers his expert advice on the treatments that will benefit you most and help you heal rapidly after an injury or degenerative condition causes pain in your back.
If you experience neck or back pain, it’s important to contact MiSpine Chiropractic very quickly so you can receive timely care. It’s not uncommon for Dr. Raychouni to recommend decompression therapy immediately after an initial evaluation for back or neck pain.
Immediate chiropractic care, especially decompression, can stop your pain from getting any worse, as pain tends to do. This prevents accumulating nerve damage in your spinal region and facilitates your recovery.
Quick decompression after you report back or neck pain also reduces inflammation around your spine, which can accumulate and make your condition worse. In fact, inflammation can damage the bones and joints in and around your spine.
To learn more about the benefits of spinal decompression therapy, call MiSpine Chiropractic or book an appointment online today.