Spinal Decompression techniques include the latest methods of using spinal decompression machine and inversion tables. Doctors can help patients decide Which one would be the most effective method of treatment. Spinal decompression is recommended to people suffering from severe back and nerve pain and other spine and disc diseases which are degenerative in nature. Spinal decompression treatment consists of several techniques. All treatment techniques utilize several methods and different equipment is used to decompress the spine, increase space between the vertebrae to allow enough blood and oxygen to get through continuously and to reduce the tension and pressure on the spine and disc.
The question then becomes how to treat the patient’s particular spinal problem. Depending on the patient’s diagnosis, he will be advised of his options as to the best treatment program by medical professionals. These can range from epidural shots in the lumbar, thoracic, or cervical sections of the spine; prescribed medication such as hydrocodone for pain relief, naproxen for inflammation of spinal parts, or other non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS); physical therapy to strengthen core and back muscles that support the spinal sections; and last but not least, the dreaded surgery in extreme cases.
In cases where surgery is necessary, Spinal Decompression may be an option. Doctors can help patients decide Which one would be the most effective method of treatment. Using a spinal decompression machine like the DRX9000 can be the most accurate method of decompressing spine as the machine is computerized and estimates the amount of traction needed to guarantee the best results. The treatment is called as spine decompression therapy, and is popular like inversion therapy which utilizes an inversion table. For cases in which nerve roots or the spinal cord are involved, surgical procedures may be necessary, though that should be determined by your Chiropractor. Long Beach Chiropractors offer several locations that provide spinal decompression therapy.