There are several myths surrounding chiropractic treatments and those who perform these treatments. Here, we are trying to break down some of the myths about chiropractic treatments and answer some important questions. The biggest of which, “Are these treatments safe?”
Many people suffer from a variety of frustrating conditions leading to back, neck and joint pain. Chronic lower back pain, sciatica, stiff joints and bulging or herniated discs in the back are often the cause of pain and discomfort that may interfere with your normal activities. Neural impingement, also known as pinched nerves, can cause pain in the back, neck, legs and joints. Besides physical discomfort and limitations with mobility, constant physical pain can have a detrimental effect on your mood and overall well-being. Pain can be distracting, and can cause excess stress and depression. You may have tried everything from physical therapy to pain medications to alleviate your pain, only to be disappointed with little or no success. After many attempts to remedy your pain, sometimes it seems like the only thing left is invasive surgery. If your feel you have run out of options, there is a treatment available that may work for you. It is safe, non-invasive, and non-surgical. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? It is called spinal decompression, and it might be the right choice for you.
Back pain is an ailment that affects a large number of people around the world. Because you are constantly activating your back, it is quite common for people to experience pain. There are a wide variety of reasons why you might experience pain. One particular treatment that a lot of people find useful for a variety of different pain is spinal decompression.
Decompression is used to treat a variety of different ailments that originate from the back. You can treat ailments such as herniated discs, degenerative spinal disc disease, protruding discs, posterior facet or joint syndrome and other spinal problems using spinal decompression.