Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Treatment

The Aberaeron clinic now offers non-surgical spinal decompression treatment for prolapsed, bulging and/or dehydrated discs and other spinal conditions.

 (c) Richard Purcell

The clinic uses a spinal decompression therapy (or SDT) table plus a decompressional functional movement (or DFM) table that provide progressive decompression, helping to reduce nerve pressure and hydrate discs for the natural relief of back pain and restoration of functional movement.

Numerous studies indicate this type of treatment relieves many types of discogenic-based back pain. It also aids in rehydrating intervertebral discs to expedite repair for better back shock absorption and flexibility, relaxing muscles, realigning the weight-bearing joints and stimulating the flow of the cardio-vascular and lymphatic systems.

Rehydrate discs: Damaged discs can take a long time to repair since they don't have a direct blood supply. Inverted decompression treatment takes pressure off the discs allowing them to widen and rehydrate with nutrients that help expediate repair.

Reduce nerve pressure: Non-surgical spinal decompression has been clinically proven to increase intervertebral separation, helping to open up the passageway for nerve roots and alleviating pain caused by pinched nerves.

Realign the spine: The back is supported by hundreds of ligaments and muscles that stabilize the spine but also hold it in compression. When the back moves out of alignment from bad posture, too much sitting or rotational activities, this support structure holds the body in misalignment. Even when lying down, your spine maintains 25% of standing pressure, especially in your lumbar spine. To decompress, the spine needs a traction force of at least 60% of your body weight. This type of progressive decompression naturally aligns the weight-bearing skeleton, leading to good posture.

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