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Decompression Traction Therapy


Decompression Traction Therapy (USA)

Decompression traction therapy, also known as spinal decompression therapy, is a non-invasive treatment method aimed at relieving pressure on the spine and alleviating symptoms associated with spinal conditions such as herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, and spinal stenosis.
During the therapy session, the patient lies on a specialized table equipped with traction mechanisms that gently stretch the spine, creating negative pressure within the discs. This negative pressure promotes the retraction of herniated or bulging discs, reduces compression on nerves, and facilitates the flow of nutrients and oxygen to the affected area, promoting healing and pain relief.

Advantages of Decompression traction therapy

  • Alleviates back and neck pain
  • Reduces pressure on spinal discs
  • Promotes healing of herniated discs
  • Improves spinal alignment
  • Increases mobility
  • Enhances overall quality of life for individuals suffering from various spinal conditions
It provides relief without the need for surgery or medication, making it suitable for many patients seeking conservative care for their spinal issues. Additionally, decompression traction therapy is generally safe and well-tolerated, with minimal side effects reported by most patients.