Traction/Spinal Decompression

Traction is a special form of massage that uses rollers that move around your back. It is a great spinal decompression treatment because it helps to stretch the spine and separate the vertebrae, reducing pain and pressure. In decompression therapy, a non-surgical approach is used to fix problems with discs. Your chiropractor will apply traction to the affected area that lengthens and decompresses the spine, reducing pressure on the discs and realigning the spine. It is typically paired with treatments to rehabilitate the surrounding areas and strengthen the muscles around the spine so there is more support. Spinal decompression is used as a bulging disc treatment or herniated disc treatment. It can also be effective in people suffering from degenerative disc disease. Overall, it has an 86 percent success rate, with many patients finding pain relief in just two to three treatments. At Posture Perfect Wellness Center, we offer a wide range of specialty treatments and solutions. That is why clients in Dallas rely on us to provide help and answers. Among our services is spinal decompression treatment, which helps to treat the following conditions:

At our spinal decompression therapy clinic, we use only the most modern and cutting-edge technology. Our clients depend on us for help, so we take pride in providing that and getting them to a pain-free existence. To provide spinal decompression treatment, we use Decompression Reduction Stabilization (DRS). This process decompresses lumbar discs in the body without surgery. We also have a state-of-the-art approach and equipment. Our medical professionals can help to promote repairing of a damaged disc in the back. Our clients experience stress and discomfort from the positioning of discs. When this occurs, we apply a certain level of pressure to the affected area in timed measurements. This process eliminates the need to use stretching and further complicate the matter. Our procedure leads to less resistance from the damaged disc and surrounding area. Patients trust our clinic in Dallas, and we offer a non-invasive and painless method. DRS also has a high rate of relief in discomfort among patients, eighty-six percent. Unlike other methods, DRS addresses the root cause of the issue, instead of masking the problem. We separate the vertebra with care, and do this by using lumbar positioning and different amounts of pressure and force. After treatment, clients should take part in physiotherapy sessions. Our center can provide these services, too, so that you do not have to worry about recovering on your own. In addition, after the complete DRS process, many patients do not have to go through another round of treatments. Contact us today to find out how DRS can help you.

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