Your Guide to Spinal Decompression
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Spinal Pain Explained
What is Spinal Decompression?
Spinal decompression is the process of moving your herniated, bulging, or herniated spinal discs back into place, relieving the excess pressure on them and allowing them to heal.
2. You will be placed on a spinal decompression table, which uses a computer program to safely stretch your spine. This places negative pressure on your spine, alleviating pressure on your discs, allowing them to heal, and alleviating your pain.
3. Your chiropractor will provide you with instructions that are specific to your needs in order to facilitate your spinal healing. Most people require about 12 decompression sessions in order to fully recover.