Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy In Tucker, GeorigaSpinal Decompression Therapy helps relieve back and leg pain by loosening the spine through the use of a traction table or comparable mobile device.

Spinal Decompression Therapy 101

Spinal decompression therapy helps displace pressure within the spine through controlled stretches.

This particular method is especially useful for patients who sustain herniated or bulging discs because of its ability to remove stress from your nerves and other areas of your spine.

As a result, Spinal Decompression Therapy stimulates your body’s natural healing abilities by promoting the circulation or transference of oxygen, water, and other necessary fluids to the discs.

How Spinal Decompression Works

Traction refers to the act of stretching your spine.

When this takes place, the muscles that surround the spine may begin to spasm or react by constricting, tightening the spaces between the vertebra.

Decompression refers to the act of stretching your spine in particular directions to control the muscles within the spine so that you are not experiencing spasms during the procedure.

Our state-of-the-art computerized decompression tables perform these actions by recording your body’s response to the stretching process and making reasonable adjustments before the muscles become constricted. The stretching of your spine improves the spaces between the vertebra, allowing herniated discs to return to their normal position.

This procedure ultimately relieves pressure from the spinal nerves that are causing you pain.

The process is completely painless and doesn’t take too long to complete. In fact, some patients claim that they experience immediate pain relief after their first therapy sessions.

Continued Spinal Decompression sessions are necessary to achieve long-term results. Depending on the extent of your pain or condition, you may need to follow through with 18 to 20 sessions to completely recover.

Often, Spinal Decompression Therapy is performed in conjunction with personal activity, physical therapy and other Chiropractic treatment solutions like cold or heat therapies.

When completed correctly, patients can experience immediate pain relief, while also strengthening their spine to avoid future conditions.

Health Conditions Treated By Spinal Decompression Therapy

Chiropractors use Spinal Decompression Therapy to treat the following conditions that affect patients throughout the greater Tucker community:

Disc Degeneration with osteophytes

Deterioration of disc and resulting in loss of disc height

Disc Bulge or Protrusion

State in which the outer layers of discs put pressure on the spinal nerves

Disc Herniation

Condition in which the inner part of the discs pierce the outer layers and cause pressure and inflammation on the spinal nerves


Refers to pain usually down both legs of arms due to pressure on spinal cord


Refers to pain going down the leg due to pressure on spinal nerves

You should not do spinal decompression therapy if you have:

  • Artificial discs
  • Cancer
  • Recently gone through spinal or abdominal surgery
  • Osteoporosis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

Schedule A Free Consultation To Learn More About Spinal Decompression Therapy

Treating Herniated and Bulging Discs in Tucker, Georgia | AICA TuckerCalling our Tucker Chiropractic Clinic schedule a FREE consultation is a right step to take when looking for complete pain relief.

Our staff is available Monday through Sunday and welcome walk-in appointments for patients who require immediate medical attention.

If you are suffering from a herniated or bulging disc, it’s important to learn about all of your available treatment options including Spinal Decompression Therapy.

You can contact our Tucker clinic by filling out our online submission form or by calling us at 404-592-1186.

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