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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy for Pain Management, Improved Wellness

At Old Bridge Spine and Wellness, we understand just how challenging life can be with chronic neck or back pain. This is why we are proud to offer our patients cutting-edge pain management with ISCS 2.0 (formerly known as DRX9000C) for non-surgical spinal decompression therapy – an alternative to traditional pain relief. Decompression therapy restores integrity to the spine by gently creating space between the vertebrae, reducing nerve compression and relieving back pain. This pain management technique naturally enhances the benefits of chiropractic adjustments and is a safe, effective alternative medication or invasive surgery.

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Back Pain Management & Wellness Care with Spinal Decompression

non-surgical spinal decompression in Old Bridge

Decompression therapy is effective because it addresses the underlying cause for your back pain. Chronic back pain is frequently due to a herniated or slipped disc. When this disc is no longer aligned with the spine, it can compress nearby nerves, triggering pain. During a pain management treatment session, a computerized table will gently traction the spine, restoring space between the vertebrae. Depending on your wellness needs, we may recommend 10 to 12 treatment sessions over a two-week period.

Sciatica is one of the most common pain conditions affecting our patients. Sciatica occurs when a herniated disc in the lower back compresses the sciatic nerve. As long as this compression persists, pain will continue. Decompression therapy direction addresses this problem by gently articulating the spine and restoring proper alignment between the vertebrae. This relieves pressure on the sciatic nerve and supports whole body health.

spinal decompressionSpinal decompression therapy is also effective for treating whiplash and other cervical spine injuries. Rather than immobilizing the neck with a cervical collar, our chiropractors recommend gently manipulating the spine to restore space between the vertebrae. This patient-proven technique is an effective way to bring mobility back to the neck while supporting the injury rehabilitation process. Most importantly, by correcting the underlying cervical misalignment, spinal decompression therapy helps to prevent chronic neck pain, headaches and migraines.

The ISCS 2.0 (formerly known as DRX9000C) is used to provide safe pain management alternatives to surgery and medication dependency. Our wellness team strongly recommends that patients try non-surgical spinal decompression therapy treatment prior to scheduling surgery. In fact, many of our patients come to us after back surgery fails to fully correct their pain – or causes even worse problems. Decompression therapy relieves their pain when other treatments fail to do so.

In addition to non-surgical spinal decompression therapy, our Old Bridge chiropractor may recommend complementary therapies and corrective exercises to help bring mobility back to the body. These gentle exercises articulate the spine and strengthen the back, safely bringing flexibility and movement back to the body. By integrating multiple therapies, our patients enjoy enhanced pain relief.

Chronic back or neck pain has a debilitating effect on your life. From difficulty walking and sitting to even sleeping through the night, pain symptoms can put your life on hold. With spinal decompression therapy, we can help you live a life more pain free. 

Contact our Old Bridge chiropractor today at (732) 316-5895.

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