How does Spinal Decompression work?
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression creates a negative pressure inside the disc, which draws in any bulging or herniated disc, like a suction or vacuum. This stimulates the body to undergo a process known as "fibroblast activity", producing fresh new tissues and cells. These new cells attach themselves to the torn fibers of the disc that cause its contents to bulge.
In essence, it's like bone healing. When complete, it is stronger than before. It is more of a cure than a temporary remedy.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is proven to be 86% successful in treating:
- Disc Herniation
- Disc Bulge
- Facet Arthrosis
We hope you will be among the many fortunate people who have discovered that relief from your chronic back pain can be a reality.
Chiropractic care for areas of spinal compression is essential to your overall health. Spinal decompression strategies can improve alignment and restore your body to wellness. At Bukaty Family Chiropractic in Hamburg, NY, Dr. Christina Bukaty works with patients of all ages to address pain, stiffness, headaches, neck pain, mobility issues, whiplash, and sports injuries. When you are in pain, chiropractic offers a natural solution that doesn't involve pain medication. With the right treatment plan in place, you can recover your health to live your best life.
Your First Evaluation With a Chiropractor
Spinal decompression is a technique used when you have an area of compression anywhere in your spine. When you meet with a chiropractor for your first evaluation, you will go over your symptoms that have led you to seek services. If you have tingling in your arms or legs, problems with mobility, or pain upon movement, you might have an area of compression that requires treatment. You will discuss any injuries that may have occurred, and any chronic pain conditions that are adding to your symptoms. Once the evaluation is over, treatment with Dr. Bukaty can begin.
Spinal Decompression Treatment for Your Spine
Once an area of compression is identified, there are a number of ways a chiropractor can ease open the space. Gentle adjustments will help to get your spine back into alignment. Supportive therapies, such as ultrasound and electrical muscle stimulation will help to break up scar tissue and increase circulation. Traction is often used to stretch the area that is compressed, while stretching and strengthening exercises are going to help you build up strength over time. If you are in treatment for a spinal compression, understand that treatment will need to occur a few times a week for maximum benefit. Spinal decompression techniques are progressive, and you will discover that you have longer periods of time in between sessions where your symptoms are under control.
Call for Chiropractic Care Now
Contact Bukaty Family Chiropractic in Hamburg, NY by calling 716-627-3668, and set up your initial evaluation with Dr. Bukaty.