Spinal Decompression

Compressed areas of the spine can cause pain, stiffness, and difficulty with mobility. At the Cryo & Chiro Wellness Center in Denton, TX, Dr. Jerone Bailey will do a careful evaluation to determine what is causing your symptoms. Chiropractic care utilizes a wide range of techniques for spinal decompression, spinal alignment, and muscle relaxation. If you have been injured, or you are suffering from a chronic pain condition, it's time to learn more about the benefits of spinal decompression as part of a comprehensive chiropractic treatment plan.

When Spinal Decompression Is Beneficial

The discs in your back can become herniated or ruptured, causing the space between vertebrae to become compressed. If this occurs, spinal tissues can press down on nerve endings, causing pain to develop. When there is an area of compression, it is difficult for the disc to heal without enough space. Spinal decompression strategies help to open up the area between vertebrae, giving the disc time and space to heal. If you have been told you need to have surgery because of spinal compression, chiropractic care may reduce or eliminate the need for surgery.

What to Expect from Spinal Decompression Techniques

Spinal decompression techniques help to stretch out the area where you have a compression, and can provide immediate relief when you are having pain. It takes time for a compressed area of spine to respond completely to spinal decompression techniques, and you can expect to see the chiropractor several times a week in the early stages of treatment. Chiropractic adjustments, ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, and massage may all be part of your overall treatment when you need spinal decompression done to heal your body.

Schedule With a Denton, TX Chiropractor Today

If you have pain, trouble sitting at a desk, problems with mobility, headaches, lower back pain, or neck pain, it's time to learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care. Contact Cryo & Chiro Wellness Center in Denton, TX by calling 940-497-3562, and set up an appointment to meet with Dr. Bailey.

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